This is a particularly dynamic time for companies that relocate employees within the U.S. Several overarching social and demographic trends are influencing the way we work, and employee expectations can vary greatly across generations, locations and industries. Similarly, company needs and competitive situations can vary widely, depending on industry, location and business strategy. A start-up company likely will have different mobility goals than an established corporation.
The term “best practices” recognizes an ongoing industry collaboration to identify ideas or solutions that increase employee and business stakeholder satisfaction while creating efficiencies. The current U.S. domestic best practices outlined in our latest eBook for global mobility professionals provide a useful starting point for developing or reviewing your own domestic relocation policy. Ultimately, your company’s best practices will be the policy elements most closely aligned with your culture and business objectives.