Three Key Areas to Impact Relocating Employees’ Experience
As employee needs and expectations evolve, and organisations continue to navigate post-pandemic workforce mobility, companies are reassessing and reshaping their mobility support.
Several ways you can improve the employee experience are enhancing relocation support and offering employees flexibility. Enhancing your mobility programme should reflect best practices that support the changing needs of your organisation, your relocating employees and their families.
Key Areas to Enhance Employee Support
Following are some areas organisations have successfully enhanced support to improve the move experience of their employees.
If you are looking to improve your employees’ experience and offer flexibility, our white paper, Impacting the Employee Experience by Enhancing Support, highlights three key areas where organisations have successfully enhanced support.
- Providing an Executive VIP consultant
- Offering a discretionary allowance for the relocation consultant to provide to the relocating employee
- Pre-decision home sale evaluation (USA)
- Departure home staging support
- Allowance in lieu of shipment
- Pet transportation
- Additional destination services support (DSP)
- Disturbance allowance
- Temporary living enhancements
- Cleaning and sanitising services
- Destination Quick Start programme
- Family support
- Local networking for spouses/partners
- Specialised education support
For more information on how you can improve the experience of your relocating employees, download our white paper, Impacting the Employee Experience by Enhancing Support, to learn:
- How to attract and retain talent by delivering a positive and consistent employee move experience
- Examples of enhanced support organisations have successfully implemented
- Key ways to enhance formal policy and processes
For more information, please contact SIRVA Global Advisory Services at firstname.lastname@example.org reach out to your SIRVA account manager or SIRVA sales representative.
Contributors: Jennifer White, Director, Global Advisory Services