2015 saw many world events that directly affected global mobility, and there were a lot of questions on the minds of relocation and HR professionals. The Lexicon blog is where we answer those questions and discuss what’s going on in global mobility around the world – hopefully you’ve found lots of helpful information here this year!
Keep reading for a list of our most read posts of 2015 and to make sure you haven’t missed anything. Just click the article title to read the full post.
What are the top trends affecting global mobility that you need to know about? This post outlines the highlights.
Global mobility and HR/talent management teams often have many of the same goals, but it can be tricky to work together peacefully. These tips will help get you on the right track.
Everyone’s talking about millennials in the workplace, and we’re no different! Read about what this generation is looking for in a relocation program that differs from their predecessors.
4. 7 Countries That Should Be On Every Global Mobility Manager’s Radar
Immigration is a complicated topic. We’ve highlighted seven countries with difficult immigration requirements to help you stay on top of it.
If you’ve been handling your employee relocation program internally but are struggling, you may want to partner with a relocation management company. These signs will help you figure out if now is the right time for your company to make that move.
If you’re moving employees in and out of China, you know that it’s a complex and ever-changing environment for global mobility. We completed a ground-breaking survey to look into that world and shared the results with you here.
Going out to bid for any type of supplier can be a headache, so we put together a guide to help you navigate the process in the relocation industry.
8. Everything Employee Relocation Managers Need to Know about the Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling
This summer’s Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage had many asking what the implications were for employee benefits, including relocation programs. This overview will help you wade through those questions.
Reporting is an important part of proving the ROI of your relocation program, but it’s not always obvious what numbers you should be sharing with your company’s leadership. These seven metrics should be on your list.
Even seasoned relocation professionals may not be sure of the meaning of every industry acronym. Use this cheat sheet to make sure you’re in the know!
Our goal is to provide you with information to make your job easier, so we wanted to ask you: is there anything you want to know more about in 2016? We're listening! Speak up in the comments, and we’ll add it to our blog list in the coming months. Thanks for reading!