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Cartus releases survey results on US Domestic Relocation Trends

Sep 20, 2017
Employee relocation trends are changing shape! The US workforce is changing - and so are the ways employees are being relocated within the US.

After conducting a survey of 141 mobility managers who represent more than 10 million employees, Cartus Corporation looked into how and why this is the case, and has recently issued its 2017 Domestic US Relocation Policy and Practices Survey results.

While the overall survey explores trends in how companies are supporting home sale for transferring employees, responding to a growing rental population, and developing intern programmes, it also identifies an interesting change. In the past, as companies sought to make sure they had the right people in the right places to meet organisational goals they had to balance demands for cost effectiveness with the need to recruit, retain, and develop their talent. Today, companies are adding a third element to the juggling act: employees’ growing expectations for a positive experience that translates into greater engagement and productivity. That combination of demands is leading to a new catalyst trend: the push for more flexibility in how employees move for work and what kinds of support they are provided.

To learn more about the above, please visit Cartus’ multimedia news release at: .  There, you’ll find a video and more information on the survey findings, as well as a link to download the report. 

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