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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Can You Buy a Turkey in China?

Thanksgiving might be my favorite holiday in the history of holidays. Anything that involves food, friends and wine is up my alley, but there is definitely something special about this day – and it’s not just my Mom’s sausage stuffing (although I’m sure people could write songs about it).  Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on this great country and give back to the community, while also spending much needed quality time with loved ones. It just doesn’t get better than that for me.

Recently, I was chatting with colleagues about some of the international relocations we are managing and it dawned on me: How will they celebrate this year? Can you buy a turkey in China?!

Is New Relocation Technology Friend or Foe?

It seems like new technology is showing up everywhere these days and the relocation industry is no exception.  An increasing number of relocation companies are embracing new technologies as a way to provide more services at a lower cost to clients – and relocation managers should take full advantage of the boom. These systems can free up time formerly spent dealing with tracking data, manual reporting, cost management, expense tracking and so on.

What to Do When the Boss Dumps Relocation in Your Lap

Life’s good.  The new benefits program you put together is going well and, finally, all the bugs in the HRIS seem to be ironed out.  No one has complained in a week.  You are looking at a few months of smooth sailing, and maybe getting to see a demo of the latest candidate software.

Then it happens. 

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RICK CALANNI
VP of Business Development Northeast Region

 

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