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Moving Employees to Hot Housing Markets is a Tough Sell

November 4, 2003
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It's a pricey proposition to move employees to expensive housing markets like New York and San Francisco. But companies are finding ways to drive down those high costs, from selling employees' homes more quickly to fine-tuning perilous cost-of-living adjustments.
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Relocation Alternatives

November 4, 2003
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There's been a major uptick in the use of short-term assignments.
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Costs for Domestic Relocations

September 18, 2003
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Data for homeowners and renters.
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The Move to Online Bidding

September 18, 2003
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Online relocation bidding is more likely to work when combined with traditional techniques.
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Reining in Relocation Costs

October 28, 2002
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Rising costs are prompting companies to institute home-sale programs, tiered relocation packages, and cafeteria plans. There are even relocation auctions.
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Relocation Changes to Fit Changing Times

August 7, 2002
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Economic, social, and technological shifts are affecting how HR handles relocations. Here are the latest trends, and how HR is responding to them.
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Relocation Continues Despite Increased Costs

April 24, 2002
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Eighty-two percent of the companies that relocate employees see their relocation activity for 2002 increasing or staying the same, according to the Workforce 2002 HR Trends Survey.
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HRs Options for Dealing with Cost-of-Living Issues

April 23, 2002
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Is there an effective way to deal with cost-of-living differences without destroying equity in your compensation plan?
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Maximizing Relocation Expertise

April 23, 2002
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Technology is not only helping to cut relocation costs, it’s also making HRmore efficient and is giving the transferee greater self-sufficiency and controlover the move.
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Planning and Cost-estimating Saves Huge Relocation Costs

April 23, 2002
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One key to holding down costs is developing anactual-cost budget and reviewing it before relocation is even offered. It soundsbasic, but few companies do it.
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