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  • Global Assignments…How Can We Ensure ROI?

    By Nick Royle · February 12 2009 · Global Mobility Management

    We're talking about the dreaded "R" word in the U.S. – Recession. We consistently hear and read about the staggering numbers of corporate lay-offs and spending cutbacks. All the while, we're being asked by our organizations to ensure the ROI of the human capital we have in place and those that we still need to…

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  • Buying before Selling: Is it a Viable Option for Transferees?

    By Nick Royle · February 11 2009 · Finance & Credit

    In light of the current economic environment, an increasing number of transferees are experiencing a major loss of equity in their current residence. Not wanting to take a loss on sale (or in the case of negative equity; not capable of taking the loss), an increasing number of these transferees are wanting to convert their…

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  • Pre-Decision: Making an Informed Relocation Decision

    By Nick Royle · February 5 2009 · Relocation Policy & Trends

    With the current economic conditions, companies are more closely scrutinizing relocation, as it relates to both new recruits and existing employees. Failed assignments cost organizations over three times the relocation expense so company’s today need to be confident that the relocation investment is maximized and that the organization will yield a return on the investment….

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  • One Size Doesn’t Fit All…Moving

    By Admin · February 5 2009 · Uncategorized

    New hires, single renters, entry level employees, lump sum benefit recipients…this group has varying needs and, in some cases, requires a different level of service for their household goods transportation. Traditional van line services work for most relocating employees, but there are individuals who don’t need or require the full service of the van line…

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