Predicting the first round of the NBA playoffs might seem easy. The favorites usually triumph and there are few big surprises. But what’s even easier than that is using AIRINC’s Salary Evaluation Tool to compare the cost of living for domestic relocations between the cities facing each other.
Predicting a winner of a hockey playoff series isn’t easy. So why not just use cost of living comparisons between the two cities to figure out who will win? It may not have anything to do with hockey, but AIRINC’s Salary Evaluation Tool makes it quick and easy.
In general, getting an employee to accept a domestic relocation can be difficult. It is not easy to uproot a family, logistically manage a move, and establish oneself in a new city. However, it can be even more challenging when the new location is considerably more expensive.
In August 2019, my partner received a job offer he couldn’t pass up, so I asked to relocate from Boston to New York City. Fortunately, AIRINC accepted my request to become a fully remote worker.
Talent Acquisition Managers and Recruiters are experts at selling the prospect of working at their company. There are issues that candidates consider that these companies can’t control…cost-of-living being one of them.
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As Asian companies expand worldwide to take advantage of untapped international markets, they often find that they are competing directly with formidable global organizations for the key talent they need to succeed. While the challenges that Asian companies face have now become truly global in nature, local talent pools in many Asian countries often do not support the level of skills and experience that are needed to drive a global business. This is seen most evidently at the senior executive level where the shortage of qualified talent is often the most acute.
Twelve months ago, almost every conversation in the U.K. was dominated by Brexit. News channels, radio shows, and documentaries were fixated on the countdown for the United Kingdom leaving the EU.
The increasing use of cross-border, intra-company transfers to meet global staffing needs is presenting new challenges to compensation professionals. Comparing the pre and post-transfer compensation offering is generally straightforward when the move is domestic, but can become complex when two different countries are involved.
The increasing use of cross-border, intra-company transfers to meet global staffing needs is presenting new challenges to compensation professionals. Comparing the pre- and post-transfer compensation offering is generally straightforward when the move is domestic, but can become complex when two different countries are involved.