The team from People Mobility Alliance, including AIRINCer Mira Pathak, put on another lively discussion around one of the hottest topics in global and talent mobility: remote work.
Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey results tell us one-way transfers are a key mobility approach with increasing use.
The role of the Global Mobility function has undergone a seismic change over the last two years and the scope of activities our teams are responsible for has widened as a result.
A multinational company has a large U.S. domestic program with hundreds of moves each year..
A large financial institution was transitioning to a remote-focused work environment and needed to provide an ongoing monthly payment to cover home office expenses such as broadband internet, office space, etc.
A technology client was researching solutions to provide an equitable wellbeing benefit to employees across the globe.
We all like to see a ranking. We like to know the best countries to live in; the most expensive cities; a listing of cities by their cost of living.
A consumer goods client contacted us seeking help evaluating the impact on an employee transferring to a new country.
Whenever we at AIRINC run benchmarking exercises or engage with clients on advisory projects we always ask clients what their ultimate goal is. Clients often say they wish to become “best in class.”