Pulse Points 2010: Trends and Best Practices for Global Mobility Programmes
As relocation volume stabilises and shows signs of a slow, but steady recovery, early indicators suggest 2010 will be a year of programme recalibration. The U.S. housing market continues to struggle. Many practices highlighted in 2009’s Trends and Best Practices report still apply. Strict Home Marketing parameters, use of buyer incentives, and formal loss on sale and negative equity provisions remain. While these benefits will underscore most U.S. domestic programmes, Paragon is choosing to focus on some new themes this year as the impact of “The New Normal” is poised to take center stage.
Pulse Point 1: Due Diligence
As companies and transferees become risk adverse in the “New Normal” environment, Paragon predicts a bias towards more focused due diligence as the initial step in domestic transfers and international assignments.
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This article certainly points out concrete examples of how to manage a program and to manage the changing landscape within relocation. Thanks for the information.
Thank you Laura for the comment; we truly appreciate it! It is always our goal to provide the most current & actionable relocation program consulting.
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