March 4, 2020

Introducing the Cartus Relocation 101 Video Series for First-time Relocating Employees

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Mar

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Introducing the Cartus Relocation 101 Video Series for First-time Relocating Employees

Whether you’re moving across the city or across the world, relocating for work can be one of the most exciting, rewarding, and—let’s face it—stressful experiences a person can go through. This applies even to seasoned transferees and assignees, let alone someone moving for the first time.
That’s why Cartus is delighted to debut our exclusive new video series: Relocation 101! Featuring high-level overviews from subject matter experts on everything from selling your home to moving internationally, each Relo 101 video offers a concise-yet-informative introduction to key services and situations that first-time relocating employees are likely to experience.


Even if it’s not your first rodeo, yabusame, or corrida de toros, Relo 101 videos are chock-full of useful insights and advice that even multi-time movers and regular globetrotters can benefit from.


The full library is now available on our Relo 101 YouTube Channel. On a regular basis, we’ll also bring you new blog posts highlighting specific Relo 101 videos, with additional commentary by the experts who helped bring them to life.

Subscribe to our blog to make sure you don’t miss a single video in the series! We look forward to sharing more details around every Relo 101 topic in the months to come.

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Lynn joined Cartus in 2004 and has held numerous roles within Real Estate Services, Operations and Account Management and currently serves as Director, Client Services in a portfolio of multi-regional client engagements.  During her tenure at Cartus, she has managed a number of initiatives aimed at efficiency, process improvement and enhancing the customer experience overall.   

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