Category Archives: Relocation Policy

Why Benchmark?

The Benefits Of Benchmarking Domestic & International Relocation Policies Companies benchmark their relocation policies to analyze process performance, evaluate their program against their competitors’ or to measure their program against their own divisional or location-related best practices. If you have a mobile workforce, benchmarking your domestic and international relocation policies against the competition and other […]

Relocating Employees: Temporary Living

Relocating employees are happiest, and costs are lowest, when they are settled into permanent housing as rapidly as possible. When this is not possible, providing good temporary living services to employees becomes an important part of a successful relocation process. First impressions make a lasting impact, and for employees who are moving their whole lives […]

Tips for making your corporate relocation easier on you – and your family

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 […]

Part 2: Making the Most of Core-Flex Relocation Programs

by Jerry Funaro, CRP, GMS Vice President, Global Marketing, TRC Global Mobility, Inc. With so many impediments to relocation today, from traditional issues such as spouse/partner career concerns to real estate complications and unique family needs, companies, employers and relocation management companies are all seeking creative ways in which to move the process forward. Economic […]

Part 1: What are Core-Flex Relocation Programs?

by Jerry Funaro, CRP, GMS Vice President, Global Marketing, TRC Global Mobility, Inc. The last 10 years have been pretty challenging for companies that relocate employees. Companies that relocate employee s have had to contend with collapsing home values, a more stringent mortgage approval process, and employees who are “upside-down” (they owe more on their […]

United States: USCIS to Begin Reviewing Same-Sex Petitions Immediately, DHS Confirms

U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can begin to file cases on behalf of their foreign same-sex spouses without delay. Same-sex cases are to be reviewed in the same manner as those filed on behalf of opposite-sex spouses.   U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will immediately begin to review family-based green card cases filed on […]

Involuntary Renters, Part 3: Possible Policy Adjustments For Reluctant Renters

Many “reluctant renters” have needs that go well beyond the basic renter package, companies can find themselves with numerous exceptions and the possibility of inequitable treatment and unintended precedents. To fully address the varied needs of today’s renter population, it’s worth considering several tiers of renter benefits.

Involuntary Renters: A Growing Trend in the Domestic Relocation Industry Part 2: How To Handle Your Reluctant Renters

Domestic relocation management staff who work with “reluctant renter” transferees should be aware not only of applicable policies but also of underlying issues and appropriate responses.