What is Relocation Stress? And why should employees and employers care? This informative infographic will tell you all the takeaways
A new video explores the unique problems–and solutions–of the effects of relocation stress and moving with pets (including problems securing pet-friendly housing). A “must see” for all new hires and transfers who have companion animal family members.
New Relocation Stress Mitigation Video Training Series for Employers.
Employers can be on the receiving end of the adverse consequences of employees’ relocation stress by way of a decrease in employee productivity and the ability to focus, an increase in sick days and days/time off, an increase in healthcare costs, and an increased turnover rate. These costs can be substantial. This Relocation Stress Mitigation Video Training Series was designed to give managers and HR professionals the tools, techniques and strategies to avoid those costs.
This article presents a brief overview of the potential consequences associated with relocation stress, the key life areas that are commonly impacted by moving, and suggestions for proactive steps HR professionals can take to minimize problems associated with relocation stress of new hires/transfers.
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Just as we found in our own study, a new scientific study published last year has found a link between … More
Let us start by dividing the cost of relocation stress into three broad categories: Turnover: Relocation stress can cause some … More
As a stressful life event, moving ranks second only to ‘death of a spouse’–that’s pretty serious business. And now … More
There is a common response to people who are experiencing adverse reactions to moving–walk it off. Unfortunately, such attitudes ignore … More
Relocation stress is by its nature a “soft” concept that can be very difficult for business decision-makers to recognize at … More