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The foundation for understanding external practice is good quality benchmarking data. Benchmarking information is most effective when it brings both an external viewpoint as well as internal insights into a mobility program. Interpreting benchmarking data in the right context: both against an organization’s unique business needs and with an understanding of general market trends, allows companies to assess their mobility programs more effectively. By considering external data alongside internal context, companies can make informed decisions that work best for their organization.

AIRINC collects robust benchmarking data intended to understand the range of practices in the market place. In addition, AIRINC gathers demographics along with goals and intents of mobility programs so results can be interpreted within the context of the organizations included in the survey. By understanding the characteristics of participating companies, AIRINC can present cuts of benchmarking data to help recognize the rationale and trends behind reported practice. Using this comprehensive benchmarking data, AIRINC partners with clients to understand their mobility needs and guide decisions that will help achieve organizational objectives.

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Sustainability & Global Mobility

Sustainability initiatives continue to become more integrated in corporate strategy and impact all areas of the business including Global Mobility. More than 90% of companies...
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Immigration Support for U.S. Based Talent

Companies are using various tools to be considered an employer of choice in today’s competitive labor market. Organizations are clamoring to get the right talent...
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Compensation Pulse Survey

Compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever given the expansion of remote work, emergence of global roles, talent shortages, and more. This complexity is...
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2022 Mobility Outlook Survey

Global Mobility has emerged from the pandemic as a remarkably different function. After a second year managing travel restrictions, heightened immigration complexity, and remote work...
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Local Plus in APAC

In the face of shifting business objectives and fierce competition for talent, organizations are continually evaluating their strategy for deploying talent into and within the...
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Sustainability and Global Mobility

The world’s attention is squarely focused on the issue of sustainability. Many organizations are declaring ambitious sustainability goals at the corporate level, but have these...
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Flexibility in Mobility

It seems almost everyone in Mobility is considering the concept of flexibility in mobility policies. There are many reasons driving the need for flexibility; some...
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DE&I and Global Mobility

When asked about DE&I and how it relates to Global Mobility, the most common theme heard from mobility professionals is “this will be an increasing...
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2021 Mobility Outlook Survey

Global Mobility has experienced an incredibly difficult year. But 2020 also provided a unique opportunity for teams to showcase their expertise and creativity in new...
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Pulse Survey: Geographic Differentials in the US

There’s long been two primary compensation approaches for geographically disbursed work locations in the U.S. One, a national salary structure, in which pay is treated...
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The Future of Remote Work and COVID-19’s Impact on Mobility

COVID-19 has left an indelible mark on Global Mobility and the workforce of the future. The sudden (and potentially sustained) use of remote work arrangements,...
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Virtual Assignments

AIRINC’s recent pulse survey on virtual assignments finds that this emerging type of mobility is top of mind for mobility professionals. Virtual assignments are defined...
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Pulse Survey: COVID-19 and International Expat Assignments

During these unprecedented times, Global Mobility is challenged with the difficult task of supporting an international workforce amidst the COVID-19 pandemic . This survey focuses...
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2020 Core/Flex Report

Core/Flex! This catchy term seems to be popping up with increasing frequency in articles and blogs regarding global mobility trends. Although AIRINC’s most recent Mobility...
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2020 Mobility Outlook Survey

The increased demands on Mobility have made it critical for the function to understand and stay ahead of internal customer needs and to structure the...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pulse Survey

International business travel continues to grow in popularity amongst organizations seeking the flexibility to deploy talent quickly to meet expanding global business needs.
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International Business Travelers Report 2020

International business travel continues to grow in popularity amongst organizations seeking the flexibility to deploy talent quickly to meet expanding global business needs.
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Long-Term Assignments in 2019

AIRINC is happy to announce the publication of its 2019 Long Term Assignment Benchmark. Part of our ongoing benchmark series, the LTA benchmark provides a...
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Hong Kong Pulse Survey

Hong Kong has been subject to ongoing street protests since June 2019. The protests have led to varying degrees of disruptions in daily living for...
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2019 Mobility Outlook Survey

Mobility is increasingly focused on delivering value to customers. To achieve this, many are leveraging technology and vendor partnerships to streamline operations and improve the...

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