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

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:  

Duty of Care During Corporate Mobility

Millions of American professionals relocate annually, many taking on exciting international assignments. U.S. businesses are just as excited about these global relocations. After all, global mobility can lay the groundwork for expansion and revenue gain. But businesses must understand that expatriates can encounter serious safety hazards during and after relocation. Companies organizing and

CapRelo Technology: One Platform, One System

CapRelo's One Platform, One System concept is the core of our technology offering. It presents a seamless experience for our clients, their transferring employees, our employees and our supply chain. Find out more in our video below!

CapRelo Lends a Helping Hand this Holiday Season

CapRelo employees came together this holiday season to lend a helping hand to several organizations this holiday season. Employees in our headquarters office participated in a Gifts for Kids Drive for a local nonprofit organization, Cornerstones. Cornerstones promotes self-sufficiency by providing support and advocacy for those in need of food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare and

The Cost of Mismanaged Global Assignments

Global assignments that are mismanaged result in higher costs that could be avoided and also could result in an unsuccessful assignment if the employee is not able to focus on the goals of their assignment. A well-managed assignment includes pre-assignment discussions with the employee that align with expectations of both the employee (and accompanying family) and the business. If employees feel

Controlling Global Assignment Costs

Finding a balance between employee support and cost management when overseeing global assignments is a challenge, but it can be done. Most importantly, it's imperative to properly plan for assignments and actively manage expenses. No two global assignments are identical, so rather than creating a one-size-fits-all solution, you may opt to evaluate some custom-fit solutions that take the bigger

Upcoming Mobility Shows and Events - December 2018

We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events. 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.    Greater Richmond Relocation Council Winter Conference Date: Evening Event, December 3; Conference, December 4 Location: New Delta

Recruit & Retain Talent with a Better Global Mobility Program

A robust and responsive global mobility program can make your organization stand out among your competitors and help you attract and retain the top talent in your industry. Find out how:

Understanding Global Assignment Costs

Confidence in the U.S. economy is rising, and with it, the number of companies seeking to establish, strengthen or expand their positions globally is increasing. Often, this involves expatriating talent to fill key positions in other countries. Some companies will also provide global assignment opportunities to expand their employees' knowledge and skills. Whether your company is well versed or

Strike an Ideal Balance Between High-Tech & High-Touch Relocations

Organizations should seek out external mobility management partners that offer balanced services, incorporating both smart technology and human touch. Companies and their employees need web-based tools capable of facilitating back-end information management and accounting processes and tracking progress; however, in the event that challenges unfold, more traditional customer service support will