What is a Globalist Program in Global Mobility?

    Dec 12, 2017 @ 01:20 PM / by Jessica Caligan


    What is a Globalist Program?

    If you’re not familiar with Globalist Programs, they are set up to cater to cadres of talent that move perpetually and have outgrown career potential in their home country. These assignments are often reserved for elite level talent that are being developed for leadership roles.

    The compensation strategy and allowances are tied to a headquarters or global rate of pay to facilitate movement. Because of this, they’ve outgrown any traditional assignment post and need a new strategy to service their assignment, while still complementing the Global Mobility program and overall business strategy. To tangibly implement a new Globalist Program, we partner and advise on an approach that works for all parties involved and ensure that it effectively aligns with the mobility strategy.

    How do you set up a Globalist Program?

    Because these programs need to be specially designed to fit your unique business needs, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. We work with our clients to create the program that matches their business needs, meets their assignee's expectations, and aligns with their at-large Global Mobility strategy. Click below to learn more or to sign up for a free consultation today!

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    Topics: Mobility Policy, Globalist Program

    Jessica Caligan

    Written by Jessica Caligan

    Jessica currently leads AIRINC’s Product Management team. Jessica joined AIRINC in 2006 as a client engagement team member, where she provided comprehensive support and partnership for a diverse base of managed expatriate programs with ongoing policy, data, strategy and administration for over 12 years. During this time Jessica completed two international assignments in AIRINC’s European Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, served as AIRINC’s Pharmaceutical Mobility SME and lead client teams supporting numerous Fortune 500 companies. In 2019 Jessica transitioned to a leadership role in AIRINC’s Product team, bringing with her extensive industry and client experience. Jessica maintains responsibility for AIRINC’s market research initiatives and product planning process. Jessica received her B.A. in Latin American Studies and Spanish from Gettysburg College in 2006.