One thing Americans have proven themselves to be skilled at is finding or developing communities that fit their preferred lifestyles. From decades of developing and moving to the suburbs to more niche modern trends like living in tiny homes, Americans are constantly on looking for the right work-life balance and way to live the life that is fulfilling. For many around the country, that has meant
During the coronavirus pandemic and the quarantine it has caused, everyday life was interrupted overnight. Large gatherings and typical entertainment options like concerts and sporting events were canceled as people the world over were encouraged to stay indoors by government leaders and health officials. With most forms of entertainment put on hold and mobility-limited, billions of people
Travel restrictions cautiously lifting in Asia and EuropeBy CapRelo Although blanket passenger bans continue to be in place for some locations, in general travel restrictions are gradually and cautiously lifting in Asia and Europe. This relaxation has been accompanied by both mandatory quarantine periods and the introduction of new medical measures. Over 30% of countries have introduced medical
Observations, Global Travel and Immigration ImpactsBy CapRelo Communication and collaboration across the industry throughout the pandemic, and into the future, positions mobility to remain a critical element in the support of business and talent development goals. Questions on specific cases should continue to be directed to your Client Services contact or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By CapRelo A new decade brought optimistic economic opportunities. With that came multiple challenges, such as securing talent, focus on the employee experience, data and technology—and how to be more strategic in our organizations. Join us Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. EST for our Global Mobility Leadership Webinar:
Global Mobility Updates—Industry InsightsBy CapRelo With lockdown measures being relaxed in phases, we are observing an uptick in moving activity. Questions on specific cases should continue to be directed to your Client Services contact or to email@example.com. Many clients are beginning to transition employees back into the office in a
By CapRelo Table Of Contents What is a lump sum relocation package? What is covered by the lump sum? How are lump sum relocation packages negotiated? How are relocation package lump sums paid? Types Of Lump Sum Relocation Packages How Do Lump Sum Relocation Programs Benefit Businesses? What Standard Procedures are Companies Following? The Trade-offs of Using Lump-Sum Relocation Packages What
By CapRelo Employee transfer letters are given to employees who are being transferred to a different branch, department or location of their employer. The reasons for the letters is more than just common professional courtesy. Transfer letters provide employee and employer the "ground rules" of the transfer. Learn more about how to write an employee transfer letter with our free article.
By CapRelo Table of Contents What is a Relocation Package? What Does A Standard Relocation Package Include? What Kinds of Job Relocation Packages are Available? Are Relocation Packages Common? Who Gets a Relocation Package? Relocation Packages are Good for Both Sides The cost of an average relocation package varies depending on the employee’s current living situation and how recently they
The Value of Teaming with Strong Supply Chain PartnersBy CapRelo There is no doubt that the coronavirus has made everything much more difficult. The fluid nature of the processes and protocols relating to corporate relocation and how these change from country to country and even region to region, can make it tough to do anything, let alone do it quickly. Often, the secret to being able to