August 20, 2015

Relocation’s Biggest Challenges Survey—We Want to Hear From You!

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Relocation’s Biggest Challenges Survey—We Want to Hear From You!

For the fifth year in a row, Cartus is conducting its Relocation’s Biggest Challenges survey, and we want to hear from you! Whether you run a domestic program or manage relocation around the world, we’re inviting you to participate in our survey and share your insights, perspectives, and best practices.

An important component of Cartus’ Trends in Global Relocation research series, the Biggest Challenges survey produces insights on issues such as compliance, controlling costs, and infrastructure challenges in countries around the world. This year, the survey also contains questions related to move types and companies’ progress in talent management initiatives.

Qualified participants will receive a free copy of the survey results with a perspective on industry challenges that can’t be found anywhere else.

Your input will contribute to a more robust and accurate set of findings which, in turn, will provide you with a more detailed view of global challenges and even suggest potential action steps to make your relocation program more effective. If you’re a relocation manager who’s responsible for your company’s program in any part of the globe, please take a few moments to participate in our survey. Be sure to take a look at the Executive Summary of last year’s Biggest Challenges Survey to gain insight into the specific issues our clients are facing, and the key findings of the survey.

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Patrick Lewis

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Patrick is manager, marketing communications at Cartus. He has more than 15 years of marketing, communications, and writing experience, and a decade of global relocation experience.

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