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Thursday, April 16, 2015 by Oliver Schilling

Are you looking to create efficiencies in key areas of your value chain?

Pushing to achieve maximum strategic financial value from your core competencies is not a new challenge for most companies. Choosing to partner with relocation providers as a method of accomplishing this strategy continues to evolve, notably in the management and administration of global and domestic mobility programmes. The following will outline, at a high level, the best practices developed for preparing to outsource global mobility administration.
 
Looking for the benefits of utilising global and domestic mobility not only in terms of potential cost saving, but also the impact on the success of achieving your greater strategic mobility goals, for example, effectively allocating and developing key employees. Comprehensive mobility knowledge and expertise is not something that can be developed in-house, or quickly.

Adding or reducing internal resources to match mobility activity is costly and difficult to manage, which is why partnering with a global mobility provider can deliver both the expertise and scalability needed for a successful global and domestic mobility programme.
 




Tuesday, April 07, 2015 by SIRVA Communications



Date: April 23, 2015
Time: 2:00 pm (ET)
Presenters: Jill McDonald, Vice President, Policy Consulting, SIRVA

This webinar Presented by SIRVA’s Jill McDonald will explore:
Lump sum policies continue to be a popular method to provide relocation benefits. Join us as our SIRVA mobility experts review...




Tuesday, March 31, 2015 by Laurie Marsh

It may be one of the understatements of the century to say that relocating is difficult challenging – so many things to think about, organize and plan. It is not ranked third behind death and divorce as a stressful life event for nothing.

Your employee’s entire life is uprooted, usually for a new and more demanding job.  Their family may be pleased, or there may be pandemonium. 14 year old daughter may be categorically refusing to leave,12 year old son is an up and coming hockey star; what about his dreams of playing in the NHL? And his mother is in assisted living; what about her? The employee’s spouse has her own company and is just starting to do well with it. She is not at all pleased at the prospect of moving anywhere, let alone to another country.




Tuesday, March 17, 2015 by SIRVA Communications
Guest Blog Post By:
Peggy Smith, SCRP, SGMS -T
Worldwide ERC® President & CEO

I’m a firm believer that the only constant is change in the mobility industry, and this year promises to be even more “changeful” than previous ones.  I’d like to share some elements of my presentation for the SIRVA University event that mobility professionals want to watch this year:  




Thursday, February 19, 2015 by Rebecca Gonzaga

Having just returned to work after Maternity Leave, in the mire of not being able to remember how to log into my computer and trying earnestly to learn the names of people I haven’t worked with before, I found myself wondering about maternity leave on assignment.




Monday, February 16, 2015 by SIRVA Asia

Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday celebrated at the turn of the Chinese calendar. Traditionally, celebrations run from Chinese New Year's Eve which is the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the 15th day of the first month. Chinese New Year is also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival.




Friday, January 16, 2015 by SIRVA Communications

SIRVA unveiled new enhancements to its suite of global compensation relocation services.

Using proprietary SIRVA data, the free Global Cost Calculator enables users to generate a detailed estimate of the expenses associated with relocating an employee from one destination to another before incurring any costs. SIRVA’s Global Expense Management Tool enables relocating customers to manage travel expenses on their computers, mobile phones and tablets.

For more information, read the press release.

 




Thursday, December 18, 2014 by Sue Wines

If you are involved in the global compensation collection process at year end, you know that good planning and auditing throughout the year can make an annual chore less stressful and help ensure that your reporting is accurate and compliant. As you wrap up the final deliverables for your tax partner, keep notes about any “bumps” encountered in these past few months and start off 2015 with a plan to eliminate these challenges  in 2015.




Tuesday, December 16, 2014 by David Strate
While it may be only temporary, temporary housing is an important aspect contributing to the overall success of a relocation. This will be the first place your employees become acquainted with when moving their whole life to a new location that they will now call “home”. While there are a multitude of considerations when assessing temporary housing, the following three best practices will help to ensure your employee’s satisfaction.




Tuesday, December 09, 2014 by Shazia Chaudry
The global immigration landscape is changing profoundly and now, more than ever before, employees and their families are living abroad.  In today’s world, people are less afraid to part with their familiar place to experience a different culture, live a different lifestyle, or to take on a new job opportunity abroad.   Whatever the reason may be, the statistics reveal that the world is becoming increasingly global.  Not surprised, right? Well, wait until you hear the numbers…








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