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Transferee Relations

Tips and advice for human resources on how to manage transferees through the relocation process.

Real Estate Round Up

Ever since I began working in the relocation industry, I’ve had a deep fascination for all things real estate. Makes sense if you think about it, right? We help transferees move all over the world! Selling and buying (or renting) a home is obviously an integral part of the relocation process and so I like to keep up on real estate trends both in the country and out. I typically like to choose one specific topic to share my take on but this morning, during my daily scour of the New York Times, I found too many great articles offering amazing advice and insight. So rather than share my take on one, I’ll just share the articles themselves.

Tips for Managing Summer Relocation Stress

It’s that time of year again – the middle of the busy summer moving season. We can sort of (maybe, kind of?) see the light at the end of the tunnel of the busy season but stress is still high from all the moving volume. Of course, we love what we do. But, by this time, a moment to catch our breath is a welcome treat. 

Top 50 Relocation Questions: Part 5 of 5

Today is the day! Part five of our five week series to go over the 50 most common questions we receive from transferees and the answers that we provide on a regular basis. This week, to close out the series, it’s time to go over questions 41-50.

Top 50 Relocation Questions: Part 4 of 5

Welcome to week four of our five week series to go over the 50 most common questions we receive from transferees and the answers that we provide on a regular basis. This week, as promised, it’s time to go over questions 31-40.

Top 50 Relocation Questions: Part 3 of 5

Welcome to week three of our five week series to go over the 50 most common questions we receive from transferees and the answers that we provide on a regular basis. This week, as promised, it’s time to go over questions 21-30.

Top 50 Relocation Questions: Part 2 of 5

Last week, we began a 5 week series to go over the 50 most common questions we receive from transferees and the answers that we provide on a regular basis. This week, as promised, it’s time to go over questions 11-20.

Top 50 Relocation Questions: Part 1 of 5

Every year, we move thousands of corporate transferees around the globe. Some are homeowners, some are renters, some are domestic and some are international. We handle group moves, family moves, individual moves, temporary moves and even permanent moves. As you can probably imagine, we have fielded just about every transferee question pertaining to relocation there is … even some real stumpers! As we are gearing up for the busy relocation season, it dawned on us that we should be documenting all of the questions we receive and the answers we provide so that we can share it with you, as well as our transferees. If you have ever wished for a desk reference of frequently asked relocation questions so that you can respond to your employees, this five week blog series is for you.

Must Do’s for Communicating Your Relocation Policy

If you were to ask your transferees today what’s included in their relocation policy, do you think they would be able to answer the question? If the answer is yes, then good for you because you are doing something right! If the answer is no, then you are not alone. For a variety of reasons, many transferees don’t have a good grasp on their policy, let alone the relocation process. Most of the time it boils down to communication.

College Grads and Relocation

When I was a senior at the University of Delaware, springtime meant a lot of different things. Finding and applying for jobs topped that list. Colleges and universities are getting ready to close out the 2017 spring semester and college grads and relograduation is right around the corner for students all over the country, which means that thousands of young adults are getting ready to enter the workforce.  If you are planning to recruit new grads, it’s a good idea to consider relocation benefits. Even a little help for a recent grad can go a long way and I believe that providing relocation assistance will give companies a recruitment advantage.

Oh No! It’s a Blizzard and Today is My Moving Date

Snow, cold, and ice add stress to our day to day lives without adding a move on top of it. But life doesn’t stop because the weather gets bad and so it’s important to know how to keep everything under control during a move, especially when that move is on a work timeline. Obviously, in extreme conditions, such as a blizzard, it is very possible that your transferee’s mover will have to postpone pickup and/or delivery. Safety is always priority number one for both employee and vendors working with them. However, winter moves are not uncommon and there are certain things that can be done to make sure they run smoothly.

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RICK CALANNI
VP of Business Development Northeast Region

 

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