What Should be Included in a Relocation Package?

You offer a relocation package that HR and senior management believes to be outstanding. But, is it really attractive to current employees or new hires? Are you sure your relocation package is comparable to your primary competitors' programs? Sometimes, a relocation program appears to be attractive, but doesn't resonate with the affected employees. They may be reluctant to offer their real

Upcoming Relocation Shows and Events - November

  We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events because it’s a great opportunity for us to meet new people, stay abreast of latest relocation trends and meet with trusted partners. If you’re attending, look for us and say hi.    Houston Relocation Professionals Business Mixer November 8th Cadillac Bar, Houston, TX Attendees: Scott Williamson HRP's Business Mixer offers

Exclusive Webinar - Managing Relocation Costs: Tips and Tricks of the Trade

Assignments are critical to your success in the global marketplace. You must get the right talent, in the right place, at the right time. But how can you do that without breaking the bank? Our lively discussion with global relocation experts who are on the front lines of the industry shared tips and tricks to help you manage costs while still executing a successful relocation program in our

With Relocation Packages, One-Size Might Not Fit All

A single all-encompassing corporate relocation program may be the simplest to administer. However, a one-size-fits-all package may be doing your company more harm than good. Your relocation packages should be designed to meet your corporate strategic objectives and your policies should be targeted to meet these objectives. Learn more about developing relocation packages with our free guide. 

Build a Competitive Advantage with Tiered Relocation Packages

Offering market-driven relocation packages to potential new hires and current employees is one of the best ways to attract and retain the best talent in your field. Cost-effective relocation packages show employees that you’re prepared to invest in their future and that your team cares about making their transition as smooth and comfortable as possible. For organizations in all industries,

Stop By To See Us At The WERC Global Workforce Symposium!

      Worldwide ERC® Global Workforce Symposium When: October 5th - 7th  Where: Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, D.C.  Attendees: Dan Keating, Pete Larkin, Tracey Scott, John Travers and Scott Williamson Next week, the Worldwide ERC® will be hosting its annual Global Workforce Symposium in Washington D.C. This year, WERC will be Reimagining Mobility to build on existing knowledge and

Upcoming Relocation Shows and Events - October

  We will be attending and/or sponsoring the following upcoming events because it’s a great opportunity for us to meet new people, stay abreast of latest relocation trends and meet with trusted partners. If you’re attending, look for us and say hi.    Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium October 5th - 7th Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC Attendees: Tracey Scott The WERC will be

Employee Transfer Letter Basics: What You Need To Know

An employee transfer letter should have two main goals: to inform the relocating employee of the terms of their transfer, and to motivate your employee to develop positive feelings about the new position and location. However, it should never be the first communication about relocation. You should prepare and send an employee transfer letter after a face-to-face conversation with your employee

9 Measures to Control Global Assignment Costs

Recently, many companies have reduced, frozen or eliminated their relocation programs in an effort to save costs. However, to remain competitive, companies still need to place the best talent at the appropriate locations, and often that talent isn't available without a global transfer. In these instances, the proper management and oversight of relocation costs becomes imperative. Learn more

Components of a Typical Relocation Package

Employers offer a variety of different relocation policies, but most fall into one of two primary categories, sometimes with identical components. Organizations may have a single "one-size-fits-all" policy for all transferees, regardless of their status, title or time with the company. A second, popular policy is a tiered program, with benefits that vary with the employee's status, pay level or