In my previous blog post, The Decision to Relocate, I shared some insights into the aspects that influenced my family’s decision to relocate. Now that the decision was made, some of the logistics came into play, and we learnt surprising, and sometimes hard, lessons.
Every year, Cartus relocates thousands of people on behalf of its clients. Some are expats going abroad for a limited period, and some are permanent moves — individuals and families that have decided to establish their life going forward in another country.
Due to the current political instability and almost daily protests, several challenges are being faced by employees moving into and out of Venezuela. Although there have been issues for years, the situation has escalated over the past several months.
Cartus is pleased to present our 2017 Domestic U.S. Relocation Policy & Practices survey, which received responses from 141 domestic U.S. relocation managers, representing more than 10 million employees globally. It continues our investigation into relocation trends, related policy approaches,…