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  • How Do You Prepare a Vehicle for Relocation?

    By Admin · February 29 2012 · Uncategorized

    When it comes to relocation, the process of shipping a vehicle is rarely top-of-mind for transferees. Between packing the homes and prepping the families, there isn’t much time left for transferees to manage how their vehicle is going to get from Point A to Point B. To help ensure a transferees’ vehicle-shipping experience is stress-free,…

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  • What is the Best Way to Communicate?

    By Valerie Dean · February 24 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    There are so many forms of communication available, but what is the best way? Different generations seem to prefer one form over the other – blogs, tweets, email, text or a phone call – so many options in this day and age.  We all expect, want, or need to be communicated with at such a rapid…

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  • What is the Impact of Parental Care on your Relocating Employees?

    By Susan Maylone · February 22 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    The world has changed; the “Baby Boomers” have put their retirement goals on hold in an effort to recoup from financial losses, they may have experienced during the recent economical crisis. Employers may be benefiting by the longevity; utilizing this seasoned workforce in key positions even if it requires a move to a new location….

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  • Job Creation and Economic Growth Through High-skilled U.S. Immigration Reform?

    By Timm · February 16 2012 · Global Mobility Management

    For global competitiveness, it is critical that the U.S. possess the world’s top talent. It allows businesses to grow the economy and to create American jobs in the U.S. However, the U.S. immigration system has policies that place inflexible limits on the number of talented individuals allowed to work here. These policies have long needed…

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  • Advantages of Living Overseas

    By Keiko Machida · February 16 2012 · Domestic Relocation,Relocation Policy & Trends

    With the trend in business towards globalization, we are seeing increased opportunities for expats to move overseas. Whether it is a short-term, long-term or permanent relocation, such move is often mixed with excitement and anxiety for expats and their families. While there is an excitement about the new life abroad, it can also create anxiety…

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  • How Much Do You Tip a Mover?

    By Kelly Newman · February 9 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    I recently overheard someone say they didn’t feel the need to tip their movers, since their company was paying so much for their move in the first place. This made me cringe a bit, but maybe that is because I am married to a mover. My husband likes to bring up a good point….most people…

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