Just as we know that no two moves are the same for individuals, the complexities around a Group Move make it almost an entirely different ball game.
A “regular” relocation may be the result of a job promotion or an opportunity to provide an employee with further job development. Group Moves on the other hand usually come up as the result of a merger or an acquisition. This creates a very different atmosphere for the employee and the company.
Our latest Perspectives article explores the unique aspects of Group Moves and their challenges. In doing so, it highlights seven essential support activities that will help you plan and implement a Group Move successfully.
You’ll discover the next steps and strategies you need to:
- Develop Group Move specific policy
- Implement move-decision support activities
- Design an effective retention program
- Prepare managers for their role