Do You Have a Competitive Relocation Policy?

Are you finding it difficult to recruit top talent in your industry? Do you feel like you are reinventing the wheel each time you enter negotiations with a potential employee? Is there a thin talent pool in your region? Are there too many competitors vying for the best employees? These are just a few challenges that rapid-growth industries like healthcare, biotechnology and alternative energies

The Hidden Costs of Employee Relocation

Hidden costs can surface to cause problems at the worst possible time – often right in the middle of an employee’s relocation – and may even prevent a successful transfer. These hidden costs can be monetary in nature or can be in human terms, and may not be readily apparent. Monetary costs are what usually come to mind when examining hidden costs, including things like utility reconnections in

Relocation is a Key Factor in Making Millennial Employees Happy

Millennials' Rising Expectations Millennial workers, defined as those born after 1980, are graduating from college and ready to take on the world – literally. According to a Pew Research study, millennials are expected to comprise 37 percent of the workforce in the U.S., which will grow as Boomers retire. Because they have grown up with digital media, the world of the millennials is wider than

3 Ways to Reduce Your Relocation Costs

Cost cutting has become a way of life in the corporate world. When relocation costs are reduced, the bottom line increases. Relocation expenses can drain other resource spending. Cutting back and controlling these expenses – without compromising the relocating employees’ experience – should be the goal of every human resource department. Unfortunately for many companies, this goal remains an

Making the Case for a Corporate Relocation Package

For some HR professionals and employers, having a corporate relocation package may be a “trial and error” proposition. While this may not be ideal, it is better than the typical results seen if there is no written relocation plan at all. Why? Learn more about developing relocation policies in our free guide. Competition for Talent If you compete with other employers in your industry for the same

Are Relocation Package Exceptions Burning Out Your HR Staff? (Part 3)

A group move or other circumstance that requires many employee relocations take place at the same time stretches the resources of your HR staff even thinner. What can you do to keep relocation package exceptions from stretching them to the breaking point? Learn more about developing relocation policies in our free guide. Negotiation Exceptions to a Relocation Policy Sometimes, a relocation policy

Are Relocation Package Exceptions Burning Out Your HR Staff? (Part 2)

A group move or other circumstance that requires many employee relocations take place at the same time stretches the resources of your HR staff even thinner. More and more companies are shifting to a tiered relocation package over a lump sum approach to minimize exceptions and ease the stress on your HR staff. Find out more about tiered relocation packages with our free article. How do you

Are Relocation Package Exceptions Burning Out Your HR Staff? (Part 1)

You know you have an excellent HR staff. The team is expert at recruiting and hiring new employees, managing training initiatives, managing benefits (while keeping costs down), addressing employee concerns, building company spirit with team events… the list goes on. Your staff has a lot on their minds, a lot of balls in the air… and they’re expert jugglers – usually. Learn more about developing

House Passes a grace Period Bill for TRID Rule

On October 3rd, the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rule established by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) went into effect. The new regulation established new disclosure requirements and forms for most closed-end consumer transactions. Just four days later, the House of Representatives voted to pass the Homebuyers Assistance Act. The Act is a bipartisan bill that

Meet Tracey Scott, VP, Global Business Development

  Tracey Scott is responsible for all CapRelo business development in the Mid-Atlantic region. She drives new business to CapRelo through marketing of core values and expanding brand awareness. With more than 15 years of sales and leadership experience, Tracey helps maintain CapRelo as the forefront of the relocation industry. Tracey brings a highly-motivated attitude and proven skills in