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Aires hosted our Fifth Annual Aires Broker Network Summit, “Navigating the waters of Relocation” at the historic Omni William Penn hotel in Pittsburgh, PA November 13-15, 2018. At this three-day event, Aires provided education, training, and an inside look at the Aires culture to their top-performing Real Estate Brokerage Partners throughout the USA and Canada.
Aires is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded Outstanding Corporate and Social Responsibility Initiatives by the Forum for Expatriate Management at the APAC Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards (EMMAs). The award was presented to Aires at a ceremony held September 6 in Hong Kong.
In March 2018, Australia's Subclass 457 visa (Temporary Work, Skilled) was abolished and replaced with the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa.
Aires managers and seven of our college interns participated in giving our time to Global Links, a medical relief and development organization dedicated to supporting health improvement initiatives in resource-poor communities, and promoting environmental stewardship in the U.S. healthcare system.
Aires is pleased to announce the new Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) designations obtained from Worldwide ERC® by 13 employees. All candidates who prepared for this year’s certification successfully passed the exam, taking Aires total number to CRP-designated employees to 137.
Bobby Bartle, Aires’ Director of Immigration Compliance, had the opportunity to accompany members of the Global Business Travel Association to Washington, DC, and meet with legislators about matters important to corporate business travelers.
Aires is pleased to announce that Rob O’Donnell, PHR, has joined the company as Vice President of Organizational Development. In his role, Rob will be responsible for leading the Human Resources department at Aires and work to decrease organizational effort while increasing positive results, growing Aires’ return on management.
In the realm of business travel, a term often begrudgingly discussed is friction. Business traveler friction is described as any negative impact that causes stress to a business traveler and thereby lowers their overall productivity and well-being as it relates to the purpose of their travel. This friction can be the result of a myriad of reasons, some of which are unavoidable and some of which can be mitigated by solutions that travelers and their organizations should be aware of.
Aires is pleased to announce that Larry Matthews, CRP, has joined the company as a Global Account Manager based in the Gulf Coast Regional Office. In his role, Larry will be responsible for developing Aires’ regional sales and finding solutions to meet client needs through collaboration, partnership, and understanding their culture.