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Seven Tried and True Benefits that Every Relocation Policy Should Address

Relocation policies serve two primary purposes; provide the employee with guidelines and parameters, and define the extent of the company’s exposure.  In today’s relocation market, policies are being adjusted to reflect a number of challenges, including home selling and cost of living increases. Of course, we must address these issues by introducing new benefits and cutting some fat, but not at the expense of relocation benefits that have valuable throughout the years. The following benefits should always be included in a relocation policy, no matter what challenges the market brings:

 

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RICK CALANNI
VP of Business Development Northeast Region

 

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