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Finance, Payroll, Accounts Payable
This team benefits the most from a transparent, tech-focused relocation process. Since they're actively paying the bills (and the employees), they'll need to understand how a new relocation partner will affect their internal payment processes and budget.
Your Relocating Employees and Recent Transferees
This group, past relocating employees and transferees, is often forgotten but is the most important stakeholder in your relocation strategy.
When deciding who should be involved in revamping your relocation program, think about your relocating employees first. Start a conversation about what benefits were most important to them and what their main concerns were regarding relocation. Recently relocated employees are also a great source of insight into what’s good or bad about your current mobility partner. Directly involve them at the vendor evaluation stage (ie. demos, presentations) and survey them afterward. Putting the employee at the center of your decisions will make for great relocation experiences to come.
All of these people make up a successful relocation task force.
Think of it as a puzzle: If one group of people are missing from your relocation task force, then it’s not complete.
For more information on finding the right relocation partner for your company, check out our Ultimate Guide to Evaluating Relocation Partners 2.0.