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Top Tips for Writing a Relocation Offer Letter

An employee transfer letter or relocation offer letter is a document given to an employee being transferred to another department, branch, or location under the same employer. These letters not only provide transferees common professional courtesy on the company’s behalf, but it also gives the relocating employee an overview of what they can expect and their benefits for the process. These ground rules should provide the moving employee an understanding of all costs and services they are entitled to during their move.

Larger companies or companies that often relocate employees more than likely have relocation policies in place. These are typically lengthy 10 to 30-page documents covering every relocation protocol aspect. Companies that might have such policies will rely on customized employee relocation offer letters and emails for each employee willing to do so.

Here is a look at some top tips for constructing employee relocation offer letters, along with an example of a basic offer letter format.

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Sustainability in the Relocation Industry

Most companies’ interest in corporate environmental sustainability is on the rise. Everyone is looking to reduce carbon footprints without disrupting their business practices. A World Economic Forum report showed a 16 percent increase over the last five years in global public concern for nature.

Having a grasp of sustainability in the context of the global mobility and relocation sector enables organizations to implement beneficial transformations that benefit both their staff and the environment.

At Global Mobility Solutions (GMS), we are all looking for ways to protect the environment and reduce costs for our clients and their employees. When looking at ways to improve your global mobility program’s sustainability and how to reduce your carbon footprint, here are some things to consider.

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Family Matters and Career Support for Spouses Impacted by Relocations

Relocating employees often have questions regarding their children’s education, family healthcare, eldercare, and the job market and career support for their accompanying partner or spouse. Understanding your employee’s needs is essential to their relocation process. By providing valuable resources for transferees and their families, your company can help ensure a successful relocation.

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6 Ways to Help Employees Adjust After a Relocation Assignment

Relocating for a job is an exciting step that millions take each year worldwide, but it also comes with its fair share of trials and tribulations.

It’s essential for employers to consider this and accommodate the needs of team members who have uprooted their entire lives to move to a new city on behalf of the organization they work for.

Here are some small but meaningful perks you should consider offering if you want this transition to be as smooth as possible.

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5 Terms to Include in a Competitive Relocation Package

Companies who are asking talent to relocate for a position should look into offering employee relocation packages. These packages help offset the stress of moving by providing financial assistance and corporate housing so that the employee can relocate as seamlessly as possible.

While every company has different opinions on what should and should not be covered regarding talent mobility, a few basic policies should be included in every relocation package. Here are five terms to make your company’s relocation package appealing to applicants so that they cannot refuse your offer:

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Money Management Tips for Relocating to a New City

Whatever the reason, relocating for a job from a new company (or promotion from your current company), there is no doubt that finances will be top of mind. The first thing that must be kept in mind is that moving can be expensive if the company does not offer corporate relocation assistance. When interviewing for a position in a different state or country, be sure to get crystal clear explanations of what type of global mobility benefits are provided. But even after making the move official, there will still be money management skills that should be practiced. Here are a few financial tips when considering the relocation costs for a domestic move or an international assignment.

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