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Vandover, the Leader in TalentMobility®, has published their findings in defining a successful relocation in their second annual Mobility Survey.
(PRWEB) February 12, 2013
Vandover has published their 2013 Mobility Survey in the Knowledge Center on their website at Vandover.com. The survey targeted mobility professionals in a range of industry roles. The individual organization respondents represented companies from: Chemicals; Healthcare; Financial Services; Banking; Insurance; Food and Beverage Production, Manufacturing, Professional Services; Conglomerate and Real Estate.
The survey looks at industry definitions for a successful relocation, some of the key needs that have been identified within employers and the industry as a whole, and what is holding us back from implementing a strategy for success.
The findings revealed that there are three key metrics around a successful relocation – retention, acceptance and speed of acclimation. Pre-decision need is acknowledged in 93% of corporations, and action is starting to be taken.
Margery Marshall, President of Vandover, has seen “a shift in aligning and integrating mobility into a talent management strategy that gives a broader perspective of the entire mobility cycle. Vandover provides solutions that help employers fill that need.”
The full Industry Survey report can be downloaded directly from the Knowledge Center by clicking on this link.
Vandover collaborates with employers to customize employee mobility programs that are aligned with their overall business, recruitment, and retention strategies. We effectively address the unique and changing needs of employees and their families through every stage of global transition. As the Leader in TalentMobility®, our consulting solutions support policy development, pre-decision activities, dual career concerns, and community integration. Vandover is located in St. Louis, Missouri.
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