Is Your Relocation Program Working?

Published: Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Elaine Baker
Controlling mobility costs is an important consideration for any organization. Unfortunately, it's all too easy to miss the warning signs that certain aspects of your relocation program are negatively affecting mobility spend. 

If your company's relocation program is exhibiting any of these five signs, it could mean that hidden inefficiencies are increasing costs and decreasing ROI:

1. Your policy application is inconsistent.
2. You're unsure why costs are increasing.
3. Your managers don't have a full program view.
4. You have no idea what you're spending.
5. Exception requests are piling up. 

Learn more about these signs that your relocation program isn't working in our video:


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