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AIRINC: Optimas Silver Winner for Innovation

By Frannie Sprouls

Nov. 30, 2014

AIRINC logo 2014

The Borderless 100 Pay Database is the newest development from AIRINC, which provides organizations with data services and insight to support their workforce globalization strategies.

Optimas logo 2014Developed with new analytics, the Borderless 100 takes a fresh look at how the top 100 executives are paid regardless of where they’re located or how compensation packages are determined.

The initiative  began in late 2013, and preliminary results were released in September 2014. Members review results in September and help shape the future of the database. Data will be collected in October and April of each year.

For its efforts in globalization strategies, AIRINC is the silver 2014 Optimas Award winner for Innovation.

Frannie Sprouls is Workforce's copy editor. Comment below or email Follow Workforce on Twitter at @workforcenews.

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