The United Kingdom voted Thursday, 23 June to leave the European Union (EU). A referendum asking British voters whether the U.K. should remain in or leave the EU resulted in 52% choosing leave.
The United Kingdom voted Thursday, 23 June to leave the European Union (EU). A referendum asking British voters whether the U.K. should remain in or leave the EU resulted in 52% choosing leave. The...Read more
We are pleased to announce the addition of Tim Rambo to our global business development and marketing team. Rambo joins Lexicon as director, business development, and he will focus on continued growth in the Western United States.
Re:locate Magazine announced the results of its ninth annual awards, and Lexicon Relocation is proud to report that in connection with our client, Maritime and CoastGuard Agency, we won for the category of Outstanding HR & Supplier Partnership.
Lexicon Relocation has won the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) EMMA Award for “Thought Leadership – Survey or Research Study of the Year.” The award honored Lexicon’s China Global Mobility 360˚ Survey Report, the most comprehensive snapshot and analysis of global mobility and its key drivers in China.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —January 11, 2016 — Lexicon Relocation is pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Hile as its new president. In this role, Hile will oversee and coordinate the worldwide operations and activities for Lexicon.
JACKSONVILLE, FL—November 23, 2015 — Trippel Survey & Research, LLC, recently announced the results of its 14th Annual Relocation Managers’ Survey©, and Lexicon Relocation is proud to have received 15 Excellent ratings, including the coveted category of overall performance.
Lexicon’s China Global Mobility 360° Survey – A Full-Scale Survey of China Employee Relocation Practices, discovered key trends in how China headquartered companies differed from their foreign headquartered counterparts in their global mobility practices.
Lexicon Relocation is pleased to announce the promotion of Damon Ward to the position of vice president client services, managing director EMEA. In this new role, Ward will focus on integrating and leveraging Lexicon’s recently expanded EMEA footprint and capabilities. He will continue to manage the operations of Lexicon’s EMEA service centers, client and supplier relationships, and the ongoing development of client service solutions.