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Archive for: January, 2015

Pluck the Goose! The Legacy Relocation Benefit that creates the greatest inequality

January 29, 2015: On Monday, January 19, Oxfam published a study which concludes that, based on current trends, by 2016 one percent (1%) of the world’s population will own more wealth than the other 99%. What else did the Oxfam study say? Oxfam added that the richest 1% would own more than 50% of the…

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Four Reasons Why You Should Tier Your Relocation Policy Now!

January 23, 2015: 1. Align your program with best practices in the industry: The most common policy type in the Relocation industry is tiered. Some 55% of companies have tiered policies based upon recent research done by the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC). The idea of a tiered policy is not new – just think…

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Stephen Harper’s Immigration Policy is Wrong. Our industry’s response is wronger-er

January 15, 2015 The Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) recently wrote a letter to the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, which called out a number of concerns with the government’s most recent Ministerial Instructions regarding the administration of the Express Entry program, which went into effect on January 1, 2015. The letter rightly pointed to…

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Refugee problem becomes relocation problem for global assignees going to Sao Paulo, Brazil

January 12, 2015: What is the challenge? A large influx of refugees to Brazil, and to Sao Paulo in particular, has created a significant delay in assignees’ and transferees’ ability to book registration appointments with the Federal Policia. As a final step in the Brazilian immigration process global assignees require this appointment to obtain their…

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