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Departure Services

From the initial policy consulting call through the move itself, there are a lot of moving pieces associated with employee relocation. Whether planning a domestic or international relocation, SIRVA is expertly positioned to offer the best departure services available during a relocation in every region around the world.

Destination Services

Setting your employees up for success upon arrival at their new locations will be key to successfully meeting your company’s goals. SIRVA’s global network and expansive resources allow us to you achieve your goals. Our destination services and international movers help employees and their families settle in and prosper in their new homes.

Visa and Immigration

SIRVA’s team of experienced international relocation specialists are expertly equipped to manage inbound and outbound global immigration services. With SIRVA’s Immigration team, the focus is on providing a smooth customer experience that enhances the relocation process, not just achieving a successful application.

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Employee Counselling

For your employees, a single relocation professional assists with end-to-end coordination of services: a relocation consultant for domestic/intra-country moves or global assignment consultant for international relocation. These consultants are your employees’ resource for all communication and services relating to their move, and coordinate the delivery of all authorised services. Regardless of the service being delivered (temporary housing, moving services, etc.), the employee can rely on the consultant as their go-to resource to address any concerns. 

VIP Services

If you are searching for an enhanced service for your employees, SIRVA offers VIP services such as personal relocation assistants, in-home cleaning services, personalised family assistance, and many other tailored and luxury enhancements. 

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Six Ways to Evaluate Your Extended Business Travel Programme

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  • 21 June 2022 10:37:00

Organisations are continuing to plan their strategies after pandemic-imposed restrictions, and one area of renewed focus is extended business travel (EBT).

For organisations beginning to develop an EBT programme, or reevaluating their current programme, our article, Key Considerations for Extended Business Traveller Programmes, highlights key questions you need to answer and provides some recommended policy support items to include in your programme. 

Key Questions to Evaluate Your EBT Programme

To position your EBT programme as a strategic tool to meet your organisation’s business needs in an evolving post-pandemic workplace, you need to answer some key questions to avoid potential compliance issues and support duty of care for your employees.

  1. Define extended business travel – what does extended business travel mean to your organisation and what is its purpose?
  2. Decide on administrative structure/programme oversight – who has ultimate oversight for the EBT programme and how is it administered? 
  3. Develop processes and policies – do you have a formal policy or guidelines in place with clear documentation?
  4. Identify employee tracking – do you have an employee tracking mechanism in place to manage tax, immigration and duty of care concerns?
  5. Leverage mobility provider network – are you able to identify and leverage existing providers to support your programme?
  6. Coordinate support – do you have a mechanism in place to coordinate EBT support?

6 ways to evaluate your EBT program


 

For more information on how you can make EBTs a strategic part of your mobility programme, contact SIRVA Global Advisory Services at globaladvisoryservices@sirva.com or reach out to your SIRVA account manager or SIRVA sales representative.

Read our article, Key Considerations for Extended Business Traveller Programmes, for more information on:

  • Steps to evaluate a comprehensive and effective EBT programme
  • Keys to developing formal policy and processes
  • Ways to identify and streamline supporting providers 
  • Recommended EBT support elements

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Contributors:

  • Kathy Burrows, Senior Director, Global Advisory Services