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Last year, with our help, a pharmaceutical client introduced benefit delivery choice for US Domestic Relocations.
Are domestic relocation policies “broken”? At AIRINC we are hearing more and more about issues with current domestic relocation policies.
Christopher Bloedel held a webinar last week to delve into the top challenges in Domestic Relocation.
International commuter assignments are one of the fastest growing segments of mobility. Until now, calculating these costs—quickly and accurately—has been a challenge.
Mark Twain famously said, “buy land, they’re not making it anymore”. This rings true today as it relates to the U.S. housing market. Various reasons – local market conditions, lack of supply, robust demand from homebuyers as they take advantage of historically low interest rates, etc. – have caused a surge in home prices.
Domestic relocation practice is often complex given the wide range of employees and diverse locations. As a result, many of our clients find themselves evaluating extensive questions to define their domestic program and benefits
Join us for a discussion on trends and tangible examples of how industry leaders have solved the top challenges in U.S. domestic mobility.
In general, getting an employee to accept a domestic relocation can be difficult. It is not easy to uproot a family, logistically manage a move, and establish oneself in a new city. However, it can be even more challenging when the new location is considerably more expensive.