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How COVID is Changing Talent Mobility
In a recent article, published in HR C-Suite, Frank Patitucci discusses the questions corporations should be asking now about relocation policies. Under pandemic conditions, it's not easy to get the right talent in the right location. It's important to adapt your relocation programs to ensure employee safety and support, while providing cost-efficient results for your company.
Key questions to ask include:
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:
Crises Management Framework for COVID-19
We are all challenged to make informed business decisions in this unprecedented time. As you try to make sense of today’s business environment and protect the well-being and safety of your employees, NuCompass wanted to share our own COVID-19 Crisis Management Framework (CMF) with you.
SURVEY RESULTS: Impact of COVID-19 on Workforce Mobility
NuCompass recently conducted a Flash Survey to identify the business and economic impacts of COVID-19 and highlight the implications for global mobility. The survey results are now available: FLASH SURVEY RESULTS.
The business community across the globe is experiencing extraordinary, unprecedented impacts resulting from the global COVID-19 pandemic. The impact is not limited to normal business activities, as it is also having a significant effect on global mobility events and activities.
National Disaster Declaration & Impact on Mobility
The recent national disaster declaration by President Trump triggered provisions of IRS code 139, which allows employers to make disaster relief payments tax-free. This may impact certain relocation expenses that may be considered non-taxable.
Enhanced Services as Moving Restrictions Ease
As the country begins to ease restrictions pertaining to COVID-19, we know that things will look different. In some cases, very different.
Worldwide ERC® Advocates on Paycheck Protection Program
Worldwide ERC is working to address the impact of COVID-19 on its membership group. While containment efforts are necessary, the governmental restrictions related to the coronavirus have impacted the ability of corporations to relocate employees, which has had a significant effect on relocation management companies, household goods movers, and other industry service providers.
NuCompass Names Marron as CEO
We are pleased to announce that Dave Marron has been named CEO, effective April 1, 2020. This transition has been in the works for over a year. As a result, Marron is highly qualified to continue the company’s 50+ years of industry success, and importantly, well prepared to lead the company through the current COVID-19 crisis. Long term, Marron will focus on company growth based on valuable and lasting partnerships with corporate clients.