There is no way around it – moving is stressful. For a first time mover, it can be even more overwhelming. It can be confusing and disruptive.
The most common relocation packages have some basic perks in common. Each perk adds more expense to your relocation package. Below is a list of some of those perks. Your human resources team can review each piece to decide whether to include it in your relocation package. Be prepared: even if you don’t include a certain perk, employees and new hires may try to negotiate for it anyway.
Moving everything you own is one thing; moving everything you own and keeping a few kids in line is another thing entirely! Here are a few tips to help make your family move just a little bit smoother, safer, and less stressful.
Companies that relocate employees know that employee retention rates drop after a relocation. Employees find themselves in a new city with new opportunities, and sometimes those opportunities draw them away from their former employer. Sometimes the stress of the move itself, or conflict arising between the employee and employer resulting from the move, can also drive employees away. When an employee is willing to relocate, this does not prove that the employee has a high level of commitment to the company.
You may have moved across the city or even across the world. No matter how much experience you have with residential moves, packing up your entire office and dragging it to a new location is something entirely different (and maybe a little bit scary). Today we're here with moving company tips to help get your office smoothly and safely from Point A to Point B!
Moving can be stressful enough without tricky weather conditions to make things that much more complicated. If Mother Nature decides to snow all over your moving day, here are a few tricks to keep up your sleeve.
Moving companies know how to get the job done. However, even the best moving company will need a little help from you to produce the best results--like, for example, hearing from you about what kind of relocation service you expect. Here's a quick look at the main types of relocation services, so you know what to expect (and how to communicate with your movers).
Are you making a move soon? If so, you are in the right place. We love to give people advice about their move and how to do it properly.
With so much to handle during a move, the last thing you need is an accident or injury. To help keep you, your stuff, and your walls and floors safe, here are a few moving company tips for moving heavy furniture!
A Moving Company Can Help
Before you even think about how you're going to move heavy furniture, you should stop to ask yourself if you should move it.
While there are many people out there that would rather just move their entire house themselves and do it gladly, there are also many of us out there that enjoy the convenience of hiring a professional mover to do the job. There are many benefits associated with hiring a mover, especially if you’re planning on moving a lot of inventory or going to a far off location. Whichever path you choose when moving, understand that there are limitations to moving all by yourself. Even the most self-sufficient person will employ the help of his or her friends for a large move.