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  • Local Packages: Keys to Success

    By Genie Martens, Senior Director Client Engagement and Advisory Consultant at AIRINC.

    Is “host-based” pay an effective way to manage compensation for their firm’s temporary cross-border transfers? How do you determine the suitability of the host-based pay approach within your own organization?

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  • Currency Devaluations and Cross-Border Assignments: Do’s and Don’ts - Part 2

    By: Genie Martens, Senior Director at AIRINC

    This complementary white paper continues the discussion from Part 1 on currency devaluation, but switches the focus to compensation arrangements for assignees from countries that have devalued their currencies.

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  • Brexit and Mobility: Take action now

    By Genie Martens, Senior Director Client Engagement and Advisory Consultant at AIRINC.

    This complimentary whitepaper discusses the impact of BREXIT, and the action that global mobility professionals should take. This paper suggests that a proactive review of your firm’s mobility program pay approaches and policies to address volatility may help you uncover opportunities to enhance mobility of assignees both in and out of the U.K.

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  • Currency Devaluations and Cross-Border Assignments: Do’s and Don’ts - Part1

    By: Genie Martens, Senior Director at AIRINC

    This complementary white paper opens the discussion surrounding the best course of action for mobility professionals addressing currency devaluation issues in regards to compensation arrangements for their temporary assignees.

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  • Evolving from a Transactional to a Strategic Mobility Function: Interview with Pearson

    AIRINC interviewed Pearson’s Global Mobility Manager, Lucinda Davis, to discuss how they strategically aligned their mobility program with Pearson’s overall business goals to become a Centre of Excellence within the company.
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  • Challenges Of Education Across Mobility Pathways

    AIRINC interviewed American Express Director of Global Mobility Services, Tricia Schneider, to get her take on how important the right education choices are across a diverse mobility program, and to discuss some of the considerations American Express takes into account in its global operations.
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  • When is a Global Mobility Program “Strategic”?

    This white paper by Steve Brink, AIRINC President and Chief Executive Officer, discusses how companies can take their mobility programs to the next level, illustrating the progression from a merely tactical approach to mobility to a more strategic one.
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  • Assessing Competitive Pay for Executives in a Global Labor Market

    This free article, written by Steve Brink and Mary Ellen Myhr for the 2014 July/August issue of Benefits & Compensation International, discusses the importance of using borderless compensation data in setting executive pay and explains why an accurate assessment of the data is essential for attracting and retaining talent.


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  • Assignees from Less Developed Countries

    There are unique compensation complexities to consider when moving an international assignee from the developing world into a developed country. This white paper describes these challenges and how to deal with them.
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  • Establishing Your Optimal Global Mobility Program

    Find out how AIRINC can help you create or improve your global mobility program. Our comprehensive white paper offers an innovative process to determine your company’s best mobility solutions.
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  • La Mobilité en Afrique

    En quoi les défis liés à l’expatriation en Afrique sont-ils différents de ceux rencontrés lors d’expatriations vers d’autres continents ?



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  • Interview with Save the Children International and AIRINC

    As an NGO, Save the Children International must be extremely cost conscious, and it therefore faces different challenges from the ones faced by a corporation in structuring its global mobility program. Wilma Van Dommelen, Save the Children International’s Global Reward Manager, recently sat down with AIRINC to discuss the structure the organization has created to confront these challenges, and to explain how that structure has been implemented for international assignees in over 70 remote locations.
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  • Policy Scorecard Analysis - 5 Often Overlooked Mobility Benefits

    Free Report - 5 Often Overlooked Mobility Benefits
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  • When to Use a Host-Based Compensation Program

    Do You Know When to Use a Host-Based Compensation Program?


    Many companies are turning toward host-based approaches as we see a positive shift in attitudes toward international assignments, and as pay levels become increasingly universal.  Under the right circumstances, a host-based approach can be more cost effective than the traditional balance sheet. 


    This white paper defines the host-based approach and discusses the types of situations in which it works best.

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  • An Interview with Peter Newhouse of Unilever

    In 2012, Morgan Crosby (AIRINC) interviewed Peter Newhouse (Unilever) about the significant changes Unilever had made to their global mobility program.
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