AIRINC APAC recently hosted an online panel discussion to understand how organizations are coping and realigning their global mobility programs in the wake of changes caused by COVID-19.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) set out with a goal — to help the business differentiate investments in mobile talent.
Over the past few months, we have all begun to realize the many differences between life in the office and working remotely at home. We’re adapting to virtual meetings, we’re helping our children navigate online learning, we’ve developed home workout routines, and schedule a regular cadence of video happy hours/chats with friends and family.
Last week, we hosted a webinar on COVID-19 recovery and what to expect next. We invited three corporate panelists to discuss their experiences and share their perspective. Our panelists during this event were the following:
This webinar is intended to help you and our global mobility community proactively prepare for global mobility's recovery, and learn from leading mobility professionals. Our panel of experts include:
Join us for a 30-minute webinar to learn more about: How to determine what experience your employees are looking for Impacting experiences across all stages of employment Ways companies have improved employee experience on different budgets
May 7, 2020: Join us for a 30-minute webinar to learn more about: Trends related to domestic cost-of-living adjustments as well as lump sum payments for moving costs Case studies — how to leverage cost of living data to communicate the impact of a move to key audiences such as assignees, businesses, and recruiters Tools that can assist you in calculating accurate and location-specific cost differences
6 May 2020: Join this 45-minute webinar to learn more about: Policies and exceptions The demand for flexibility The policy of the future
The Coronavirus crisis is spurring economic uncertainty around the globe. Exchange rate volatility is just one example. Access our 30-minute webinar to learn about how to address this volatility for your international assignees.
Employee experience is a top priority for 73% of participants in 2020. Organizations can deliver a positive experience when they view mobility from the perspective of the employee throughout the process of attracting, relocating, and (when required) repatriating employees.