Partner Perspectives: 5 Small Steps to Prevent Big Setbacks During a Pet Move

By: Christina Quezada, Digital Marketing Manager, PetRelocation It happens a lot—someone has accepted a job overseas and has everything planned down to the final detail. Months of preparation have already gone into finding the most direct flight, arranging housing, and ensuring that the paperwork has every “i” dotted and every “t” crossed. The human move is on track! Then comes the realization

The Post-Pandemic Work From Home Survey

  What’s your work-from-home habitat? Have you carved out a little office nook? Or maybe claimed a corner of the kitchen table as your own? Regardless of how you work remotely, you’ve probably become quite accustomed to the new normal of remote work by now.  However, as more people are vaccinated, workplace social distancing requirements are changing, and many companies and individuals are now

CapRelo Insider - June 3, 2021

The CapRelo Insider provides a glimpse at news, trends and happenings affecting the global mobility industry. Our experienced and tenured client services team provides updates and analysis direct to our clients, along with policy and program recommendations that are best for your company and employees. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today. Policy & Program Pointers To

Want to Deliver Outstanding Service Quality? Put Employees First

By: Barry Morris, President & CEO, CapRelo If you have ever seen my office, you know I am a book nerd. Not just any books, but ones that make me think about how to be a better leader, how to deliver a better product. I was thinking about one of my oldie-but-goodie favorites recently, after CapRelo received yet another Baker's Dozen Award for Outstanding Quality of Service from HRO Today. As Russ

CapRelo Insider - May 20, 2021

The CapRelo Insider provides a glimpse at news, trends and happenings affecting the global mobility industry. Our experienced and tenured client services team provides updates and analysis direct to our clients, along with policy and program recommendations that are best for your company and employees. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today. Policy & Program Pointers Take a

CapRelo Insider - May 6, 2021

The CapRelo Insider provides a glimpse at news, trends and happenings affecting the global mobility industry. Our experienced and tenured client services team provides updates and analysis direct to our clients, along with policy and program recommendations that are best for your company and employees. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today. Policy & Program Pointers During

Partner Perspectives: The Future of Sustainability - Global Mobility and Corporate Housing

By: Jennifer Vazeille, Director of Global Accounts, Oasis Corporate Housing There are many fluctuating factors when looking at corporate housing options while attempting an eco-conscious relocation. One of the critical elements on that list is usually accommodation. Sustainable living is something that people struggle with within their own home, let alone moving to a new country that may view

Solving Global Food Insecurity Starts at Home

By: Barry Morris, President & CEO, CapRelo When a company does business across the globe, as CapRelo does, its eyes are opened to many socioeconomic challenges. It is easy to be overwhelmed by them, their scope so pervasive, their root causes seemingly too complex for one person or organization to impact. Hunger Is One of Those Did you know that nearly 270 MILLION people struggle with food

CapRelo Insider - April 22, 2021

The CapRelo Insider provides a glimpse at news, trends and happenings affecting the global mobility industry. Our experienced and tenured client services team provides updates and analysis direct to our clients, along with policy and program recommendations that are best for your company and employees. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today. Policy & Program Pointers During

When Moxie Counts

By: Barry Morris, President & CEO, CapRelo I admit to being a diehard University of Georgia Bulldog alumnus. So much so that anytime an SEC arch rival makes positive sports headlines, I grudgingly take note. So it was on a cool Saturday last December when a young woman named Sarah Fuller made SEC history. A month earlier, Fuller had joined Vanderbilt University’s men’s football team among