The Book

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Relocating the best employees is a common practice that just makes sense. What does not make good business sense is accepting the ongoing hidden costs of this practice.  As many as one-third of moves do not go well resulting in increased turnover rates, increased time off, increased health insurance costs, and decreased productivity.

Based on the authors’ groundbreaking research, including with the U.S. military, this new user-friendly book explores the key personal, social and environmental factors that can affect how well your new hires/transfers and their family members are likely to fare during and after the move.

Just as important, this book offers practical, effective insights, strategies and techniques for your company trainers, managers, and HR professionals to utilize to assure that your new employees and their family members not only survive the move, but actually thrive from it—thereby greatly improving the return on your company’s investment.


What other professionals are saying about the book

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“A to Z, step by step, easy to follow strategies for reducing costs and stress related to new hires and transfers relocating.” –G.R.W., Sr.VP

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“The information presented in this book caused us to rethink our policies and procedures for onboarding new hires. Thank you for writing it.”  –L.T., Exe.Dir.HR

 


 

GET YOUR PRINT COPY OF THE BOOK HERE

 

 

 

Relocation Stress Book (includes shipping/handling)

Corporate Strategies for Reducing Loss associated with the relocation stress of new hires and transfers

$19.98

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Attention: Professionals Outside the U.S.

eBook version also available

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Get the electronic version* of the book here.

 (The *e-book is readable on all devices: desktops, tablets, laptops, phones)

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eBook versions also available at Kobo


 

OR GET YOUR PRINT COPY AT ALIBRIS online Bookstore

or at the BookGravy Bookstore on amazon.

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 Contact us for company invoicing.

About the authors


See our article in the HR.com Magazine at hr.com:

 

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Beyond Onboarding: Addressing The Hazards Of Relocation Stress