Refining Relocation - Part 7: The Family (continued)


Refining Relocation - Part 7: The Family (continued)

Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

If the candidate is married, get to know that spouse. Is the spouse employed, what do they do, what is their income and will they continue to work in a similar capacity in the new city are all questions that must be answered early on in the recruiting process. Of [...]

Refining Relocation - Part 6: The Family

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

Whereas housing and reimbursement decisions can seem relatively straightforward, there is one area of relocation that is nothing but – the family! Many important decisions are made by emotion and then rationalized by facts, and a candidate’s inner circle is going to have a big impact on that emotional decision.

Global Manufacturing Company Seeking Global Territory Manager

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Our client is a global leader in the manufacturing of building products serving commercial, industrial, and institutional construction. This is a highly stable organization with more than a century of industry presence operated by multiple generations of family and employee ownership. They tout a culture of forward-thinking, strategic growth, and [...]

Refining Relocation - Part 5: Reimbursement (final considerations)

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Will financial assistance be provided for double mortgage or double rent payments, or reimbursement for trips back home if the candidate is relocating prior to the spouse and children?
The candidate will receive an economic benefit from many of the relocation costs; will your organization cover the tax liabilities associated [...]

Refining Relocation - Part 5: Reimbursement (continued)

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

For Consideration:
Will you reimburse for interim housing if needed? What about home-hunting trips prior to the move?
What is acceptable for incurred expense reimbursement (paying a deposit for a new cable bill, a maid service to clean the old house prior to selling, the cost of a rental car while theirs [...]