Earlier this summer, I had an amazing opportunity to speak with LATAMTalks about Data Analytics (DA) in Global Mobility.
We’re thrilled to be hosting a tech demo with WorldatWork on September 22, titled “Best Approaches for Paying Talent When They are Remote or Move Across Borders.”
In a recent AIRINC case study webinar, Dr. Joy E. Hill, Global Mobility Manager for Brown-Forman discussed their global mobility program with a focus on international transfers.
Jeff Hawk, AIRINC’s Vice President Americas, recently wrote about compensation challenges “How Does Your Job Offer Stack Up?”. My colleagues Adam Silver and Michael Joyce followed up with posts on how to attract talent if affinity between two locations is low.
In a follow-up to Jeff Hawk's "How Does Your Job Offer Stack Up?" post, Adam Silver looked at the challenges of "Attracting Talent" to a city that may be a difficult sell to employees. Then, in "Understanding the level of affinity between two locations can determine the success of a move," Michael Joyce examined the obstacles and options companies have when transferring an employee to a higher tax location. In this post I will look at the other side of the coin, attracting talent to a location with lower income tax.
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.