The Pros and Cons of Single vs. Multi-Tiered Relocation Policies
As your company expands and begins to grow to additional locations, you’ll be faced with the decision of whether to pick a single vs. multi-tiered relocation policy. Here are the pros and cons of each to help you make the best ... Read More
How To Choose between Freight and Moving Services
So, you’re moving for work. How exciting! What may not be as exciting is all the preparation that goes into moving your family and all of your things to your new location. Read More
9 Apps that Make the Move to a New City a Little Easier
Moving to a new city is overwhelming, especially if you didn’t get a chance to visit prior to moving. Here are 9 mobile apps that may help your transition into a new city just a little bit easier. Read More
9 Tips to Becoming Comfortable in Your New City
February 17, 2016 | Global Mobility, Household Relocation
Moving to a new city for work can be extremely overwhelming and isolating, especially if you don’t know anyone. Here are 9 tips to help you become more accustomed and comfortable in your new home.  Read More
6 Things to Look for in a Corporate Relocation Package Offer
When considering if you will accept your companies offer to relocate, it’s important to understand what the typical relocation package entails. By understanding what your company should be offering you, you can identify ... Read More
8 Steps to a Successful Corporate Relocation
You’ve been offered a new job, but it means you’ll have to leave your current home. We understand, moving for work can be equally exciting and overwhelming. Here are eight steps to help you make moving as easy as possible. Read More
4 Trends for Corporate Relocation in 2016
2016 is here, and with it comes a new set of trends in corporate relocation. While some of these trends may not be new, it’s important to identify what the biggest influencers in relocation will be this year.  Read More
How to Pack for a Corporate Relocation in 7 Steps
December 28, 2015 | Global Mobility, Household Relocation
1. Draw two diagrams The first diagram should be of your current homes floor plan and the second of your new floor plan. Sketch in your furniture on the floor plan of your current house. Then use a pencil to place your ... Read More
4 Questions Transferees Will Ask And How To Answer Them
1. What are my Benefits? This is the one of the most obvious, but hardest to answer, questions your transferee will ask you. If they’re going to uproot their lives, you better make it worth their while. Now, no matter what ... Read More
Advice For Traveling To, From, And Within Paris Following The November 13th Attacks
November 25, 2015 | International Relocation
Since the deadly string of attacks that startled Paris, France, and the world on November 13th, the city has declared a state of emergency. This not only disrupts the natural state of affairs for Parisians, it is also just as ... Read More


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