Flexibility and Control at Your Fingertips
The latest in SIRVA’s suite of digital tools, Connect+ HR is specifically designed to help mobility teams view, understand and manage their employee relocations programme in real-time. You’ll gain visibility to monitor status and ensure success, easy reporting to measure performance and deliver insights, and flexibility to implement a variety of tiers and packages across your organisation’s relocation programme.
Personalised HR Portal Features
From lump sum, to core flex, to full policy relocation packages, our technology matches the way you work. With customisable features designed to help you achieve more, Connect+ HR Portal puts you in the driver’s seat to determine what’s most important with powerful, flexible features.
Actionable tasks and embedded analytics provide a macro-level view of your entire mobility programme with customisable widgets to give the visibility and insights you need to feel in control.
Employee Snapshot Dashboard
Stay updated at every step of an individual employee’s relocation and receive built-in “My Task” alerts telling you what actions need to be completed next in the transferee’s relocation.
Customised Reporting and Analytics
Easily pull insightful reports with natural language processing of large data sets from multiple sources for a real-time and historical look at the performance of your mobility programme.
Employee Activity Newsfeed
Track each employee’s specific authorisations and stay updated on their progress throughout their relocation with a live, easy-to-access newsfeed.
Customise employee relocation expense reports with real-time updates and categorise reports by total expenses, year-to-date, specific policy type and time durations.
Tailor your lump sum, core flex or full policy benefits packages to the desired experience and specific needs of each employee’s relocation.
A MORE POWERFUL MOBILITY PROGRAMME
Centralised Mobility Management
We worked with our clients to create the most complete solution available. From pre-authorisation, initiation, pre-departure, on assignment and reparation, Connect+ HR Portal centralises all phases of the individual employee’s relocation policies.
Implement the policies you have, not what your technology partner demands. With HR Portal, you can finally have your programme accurately reflected and supported by your technology.
Create reports, graphs and dynamic dashboards with natural language search queries or the help of an assigned business analyst and get real-time programme information pulled directly from our data warehouse.
Extended Business Traveller
Who is the Extended Business Traveller?
Extended business travellers are employees who travel to domestic and/or international locations frequently and sometimes for extended periods. This includes cross-border commuters who commute between cities often and employees who frequently travel on trips that result in unexpected expenses.
Understanding Extended Business Traveller Risks.
Extended business travel assignments leave many companies scrambling to understand compliance issues to avoid legal consequences for both the company and employee.
Potential Company Risks:
- Negative media coverage
- Additional company taxation
- Loss of opportunity for revenue for future business relations
- Loss of investment in the business trip
- Legal action
Potential Employee Risks:
- Denial of entry into the country
- Penalties and/or fines
- Mental and/or physical harm
Six Important Ways to Evaluate Your EBT Programme
Is your Extended Business Traveller (EBT) programme working as a strategic tool for your organisation? Are you prepared to avoid any potential compliance issues that may affect your organisations and assignees?
Read our article “Key Considerations for Extended Business Traveller Programmes” to learn more.
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