Representing TRC in the Northeast U.S.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (February 25, 2016)
TRC Global Mobility, Inc. (TRC) is pleased to welcome a new addition to the company’s global business development team. Chris Ward, GMS has joined TRC Global Mobility as Director, Global Business Development, focusing on the Northeast U.S. region.
Chris gained business development experience at several relocation management companies and developed an in-depth understanding of the global relocation process in corporate roles at Seagate Technology and EMC Corporation.
Chris is actively involved with Worldwide ERC© and regional relocation groups. He served several terms on Worldwide ERC’s Global Advisory Council and chaired that group in 2015. His Mobility article, “Applied Sociology”, appears in the March 2016 issue of the magazine. Chris holds Worldwide ERC’s Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) designation.
Right Talent, Right Place, Right Time
Used strategically, employee relocation can positively impact a company’s competitive position and business performance by getting the right talent in the right place at the right time. Unfortunately, the relocation process can be very complicated and stressful for both the employee and the company initiating it. For businesses, some key challenges are competitiveness, cost control, compliance, and employee resistance. For employees, spouse/partner careers, children, elder care responsibilities, real estate concerns, and family resistance are among the frequent challenges. (more…)
TRC Global Solutions is now TRC Global Mobility! We selected our new name to emphasize our mission and exclusive focus on U.S. and Global Relocation services.
“TRC Global Solutions suggested a more fragmented human resources services focus; a direction some of our competitors have taken but one we have consciously avoided,” said Sean Lickver, CRP, GMS, Executive Vice President. “It did not convey what TRC does and what we are all about to best advantage. TRC Global Mobility more accurately captures our mission and our exclusive focus on employee relocation and global assignment management. We chose to retain the “TRC” part of our brand, a tribute to our founding as The Relocation Center in 1987.”
Two key additions to management team
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – February 1, 2016 – TRC Global Mobility, Inc. (TRC) is pleased to welcome two additions to the company’s management team.
Craig joined TRC as Director of Expense Management and assumed responsibility for TRC’s expense management department. Craig comes to TRC with 13 years of relocation expense expertise and leadership, working as Client Financial Services Manager and Director of Expense Services at several relocation management companies. One particular focus will be client financial set-up and management.
Brad Bianucci, CRP, joined the TRC team in the newly created role of Supplier Relations Manager. Brad has a broad relocation background spanning nearly 15 years, including counseling, account management, implementations/consulting and supply chain management. Brad has also authored several articles for Worldwide ERC’s Mobility magazine. Brad will be assessing TRC’s supplier management practices, forging new relationships and managing our suppliers to agreed service level agreements.
We all know that kids have feelings too, and when it comes to a corporate relocation, unless they are babes, their world is going to be shaken up a bit. The parents’ role in transitioning their children to a new environment is critical, and begins before the move. What follows are TRC’s six suggestions for smoothing out the often bumpy road of a family transfer. (more…)
Corporate relocations entail more than a new job position. The list of items that come into play for any relocation is long, but at the top is usually finding a new place to call home.
Most corporate relocation packages include some type of home finding assistance. The benefit can vary considerably, from a lump sum to a full-service, escorted area orientation, depending on the company and sometimes the employee’s position.
Regardless of the scope of the program, the goal of TRC Global Mobility is to make the relocation as stress-free as possible and provide expert, professional advice throughout the process. (more…)
You’re still processing the fact that your company is moving its headquarters to another city….along with you and possibly your partner, children, and pets!
Many corporations look to corporate relocation companies like TRC Global Mobility to smooth the transition for its employees. But there are still things to think about outside of the services that your relocation company offers. And those considerations can grow exponentially with the size of your family. You may still have to oversee the movers, transfer bank accounts and utilities and even more importantly—take care of your family. They’re feeling the stress of moving as much or more than you are.
It’s time to make a list. Use the following relocation checklist that we have put together, based on our knowledge of the relocation process and feedback we have received over the years from the employees we have relocated. (more…)
Relocation stress is real, even if you are headed to your dream job. After all, your whole life is being turned upside down.
According to experts, the stress can be mild or severe, and could include aches in the back, head or stomach, high blood pressure, or increased susceptibility to infection or disease. Some people become irritable or impatient, while others are moody or depressed, and could be experiencing nightmares, bouts of crying or panic attacks. (more…)
Choosing the right corporate relocation company can be confusing. An important part of the process is assessing the qualifications and credentials of each firm’s relocation professionals.
While conducting due diligence, you will find that some relocation company employees have a series of letters following their names. These represent professional certifications they have earned from Worldwide ERC®, the recognized industry authority in managing and servicing a mobile workforce.