Companies achieve the most success with a customized, right-fit program for relocation that is specifically designed to meet their unique requirements. Employees and their families expect a broad range of services to help them during their relocation process. How can you be sure your company is competitive with your relocation program and able to attract and retain the best talent?

Here are five questions you should ask your Relocation Management Company (RMC) to ensure you receive a customized, right-fit program:

Why You Should Choose Global Mobility Solutions for your right-fit program

Does Your Program Align With Our Needs?

Your RMC should thoroughly review and understand your company’s mobility needs, objectives, move patterns, locations, and any other specific requirements. Ask your RMC how the program they provide will address each of these areas. Ask them how it will be in full alignment with your company’s worldwide mobility needs.

Does Your Program Provide Dedicated Account Management and Mobility Consulting?

You should have dedicated account management for your company so you can be sure your needs are met quickly and efficiently. Ask your RMC if they provide mobility consulting so Human Resources, Procurement, and Recruiting team members can have access to expert advice and guidance.

Is There a Single Point of Coordination?

Ask your RMC if they provide a single point of coordination for your employees and their families. Relocating employees should have a dedicated advocate who understands their specific needs. A single point of coordination allows for ease of communication and provides assistance for employees throughout their relocation process.

Does Your Program Provide Access to a World-Class Partner Network?

Your company should have access to a world-class partner network of providers. Employees and their families should receive the best service during their relocation process as it promotes successful relocations. Ask your RMC how they can assure your company receives the highest levels of quality at the lowest cost on a worldwide basis.

What Global Technology Does Your Program Provide?

Your employees and their families should have access to user-friendly tools and features so their relocation process is smooth and easy. Ask your RMC what technology they provide on a global basis. Your employees should always have access to the tools and resources they need, when and where they need it.

Conclusion

The most successful corporate relocation programs are customized, providing a right-fit that aligns with company objectives and employee’s expectations. Global Mobility Solutions (GMS) provides its clients with a Freedom of Choice™ model that sets the industry standard of excellence. For example, we have no affiliation with any service provider. As a result, we make supplier selections by using performance ratings and guaranteed savings. We provide a customized program that is a “Right-Fit” to our client’s needs and requirements.

Our Team of corporate relocation experts can provide a customized, right-fit program for your company. Contact our team of relocation experts to request a presentation, or give us a call at 800.617.1904 or 480.922.0700 today.

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Senior Vice President, Global Account Management Sam joined Global Mobility Solutions in 1996 and has a unique perspective with her 25 years of industry experience. Samantha offers her clients relocation expertise and a commitment to excellence in her. Her proficiency in orchestrating the BVO and GPO Programs, as well as relocation policy design and implementation, are invaluable assets to the accounts she manages. Her experience in administering Pre-Decision Relocation services to enhance the recruiting process further demonstrates her unique abilities to service her clients. Samantha’s diverse experience, leadership, and outstanding communication skills enable her to manage the relocation process for her clients with finesse and polished professionalism.

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