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3. Give Employees Serenity, Not Stress
Another way to ensure employee well-being throughout the relocation process is to goof-proof every step as much as humanly possible. Take it from us: a quality relocation provider is all over this.
For example, your provider should rigorously screen every vendor in its network—mover, realtor, mortgage company—to ensure it has a history of delivering on its commitments. One bad choice (and the residential moving industry is teeming with them) can create untold stress and hardship for employees. But when your provider has this covered, relocations will unfold exactly as they should.
Where Relocation Meets Wellness
When your relocation benefits prioritize worker well-being, employees will arrive to work on day one focused, rested and ready to go—setting the stage for a bright, long-term future.
How do you know if your relocation program is enhancing employee well-being? In addition to tracking their progress and tenure, ask every newly relocated employee to complete a post-move satisfaction survey and monitor the results closely.
For example, at UrbanBound, our current employee satisfaction score is 4.8 out of a possible 5. If you’re not seeing comparable figures, there’s room to improve your relocation program’s wellness quotient. Want ideas on how to accomplish that? We’re happy to share some—let’s chat.