Amy Mergler

Amy Mergler has been with CapRelo for four years, serving as Digital Marketing Coordinator. She writes regularly for the blog on such key issues as Duty of Care, implications of tax regulations, and mobility policy features.

Recent Posts

Meet Meredith Morris, Vice President of Business Development

  We are pleased to welcome Meredith Morris, CRP-GMS, as the new Vice President of Business Development. In her new role, Meredith will support organizations as a strategic partner, developing and designing innovative solutions to mobilize their employees and critical talent globally, domestically and cross border. She is based in Houston, Texas, and her territory will cover most of the

CapRelo: A Trusted Advisor

At CapRelo, we like to be considered a trusted advisor by our customers. In fact, we want to be an extension of their global mobility team. Find out more in our video below!

Upcoming Mobility Shows and Events - April 2019

We will be at several events next month and would like to connect. Hearing from you gives us insights into what global mobility trends matter to you. We look forward to seeing you and continuing to build our partnerships.    New Jersey Relocation Council 2019 Spring conference Date: April 9 Location: Park Avenue Club, Florham Park, NJ Attendee: Pete Larkin NJRC's spring conference includes

Meet Drew Richards, Business Development Manager

We recently sat down with Drew to find out more about him and what he enjoys doing in his spare time. Drew Richards, Business Development Manager for the Mid-Atlantic Region, joined CapRelo in January of 2019. Prior to CapRelo, Drew was a Residential Household Goods Moving Consultant with JK Moving Services, based in the Gaithersburg, Maryland office. Drew brings years of experience in

6 Challenges When Relocating Multiple Employees

The challenges associated with employee relocation are multiplied when you need to move a whole team or office. Find out more:  

Global Mobility Management Company Financial Stability

When you’re looking for a reliable global mobility management company, there are numerous factors to take into consideration. At the top of your list should be the company’s financial standing. Relocation is much more than just the physical move from point A to point B. At its core, a global mobility management company provides the support and stability an organization needs to ensure a smooth

Upcoming Mobility Shows and Events - March 2019

We will be at several events next month and would like to connect. Hearing from you gives us insights into what global mobility trends matter to you. We look forward to seeing you and continuing to build our partnerships.      Houston Relocation Professionals Educational Luncheon and Relo Rodeo Round Up Date: March 5 Location: Houston Marriott Medical Center/Museum District, Houston, TX

Duty of Care: Planning for Emergencies

In recent years, a number of large-scale international emergencies have unfolded. Six major hurricanes rocked the globe in 2017, taking thousands of lives and causing billions in damage. Many nations around the world are also struggling with prolonged challenges: armed conflicts, health crises, poverty, political turmoil and more. Each of these challenges adds a layer of complexity to corporate

Upcoming Mobility Shows and Events - February 2019

We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming event. If you’re attending, look for us and say hi, because it's a great opportunity for us to stay abreast of the latest global mobility trends, as well as develop and strengthen trusted partnerships.      Bay Area MObility Management 2019 Annual Mobility Conference Date: February 20 Location: Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport,

Selecting the Right Candidate for a Global Assignment

Taking the time to screen potential expatriates prior to a global assignment can go a long way to ensuring assignment success. Find out more: