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How Much Do You Know About Relocation?
Exceptions, or expenses that were not originally intended, can impact your company’s annual relocation spend. What's the average amount spent on exceptions in a typical relocation program?
That’s right!Sorry, you’re incorrect! The average amount spent on exceptions is typically 12.5%.*
If your company is spending more than 5% of its total relocation spend on exceptions, it’s time to take a look at your program.
*Results based on a recent NuCompass study conducted to investigate the effect of exception spend on total program costs.
Latest Blog Posts
Presidential Proclamation 10014 and Impact on Relocation
On June 22, 2020, in response to the pandemic's economic impact, President Trump issued a proclamation that suspended the entry of new H-1B and H-2B, L-1A and L-1B, and J-1 nonimmigrants and their spouses and children, with limited exceptions. The proclamation took effect on June 24 and will expire on December 31, 2020.
New Article: “4 Key Considerations for Relocation Today”
NuCompass CEO, Dave Marron, writes about key strategies for getting talent mobility back on track as companies begin to re-open and get employees safely back into the office. But, what about the people you need to relocate?
New Article: "5 Musts for Restarting Talent Mobility"
Deploying talent in the current pandemic, and as businesses return to work, requires a symphony of actions. In a recent article published by TLNT, Cara Skourtis, NuCompass Vice President, Knowledge & Experience states that, "As an employer, there are five 'musts' to ensure your talent mobility efforts assure employee safety, logistical effectiveness, supportive assistance, and cost-efficient results." The need to put the right talent in the right place didn’t go away because of the pandemic and there are 5 steps that should be considered: