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When to Make an Exception the Rule

The increase in exceptions over the past several years is a good indication of the pressure employers are feeling to address the concerns of skilled talent. Unfortunately, over time, managers and previous transferees often share commonly granted exceptions with new transferees as if they are a staple of the program. Consequently, unexpected relocation expenses start to spring up frequently.

Three Relocation Exceptions to Watch Out For…

Back in February, we discussed how important it is for relocation managers to be as consistent as possible when granting exceptions. Inconsistent exceptions not only pit employees against each other, but they can also bloat the overall relocation budget. That’s why a lot of savvy HR and relocation professionals are adamant about documenting the details behind the exceptions they grant. Later on when a similar situation comes up, or even at the end of the year when you are planning budgets, it’s just too hard to remember the rationale behind certain decisions.

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RICK CALANNI
VP of Business Development Northeast Region

 

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