Effectively managing a company relocation policy and the program costs requires a comprehensive approach. You must first consider your company’s culture and overarching talent management objectives, as these give you a sense of the degree of cost control that might be possible. Ultimately, your plan will likely include a combination of smaller adjustments and refinements and larger policy shifts.
For some companies, it is easier to phase in more sweeping changes over several years. This approach also allows you to analyze the preliminary results and refine your plan as needed. A successful initiative will reduce excess costs, better align your relocation benefits with employee needs and expectations and support your talent and business objectives. Read More