Five reasons to ask All Points to manage your employee’s household goods move

There is a better option than leaving your brand-new relocated employees alone with their household goods move. And it pays for itself a few times over. All Points has volume discount relationships with movers. This is why many companies decide to use our Domestic or Global Move Management Services. Check out the benefits of hiring […]

Covid-19 Immigration to Canada: How we are dealing with families

By Katya Karvelis Immigration Paralegal It should come as no surprise that immigration to Canada have become more difficult during the Covid-19 pandemic.  The Canadian government amended requirements for certain travelers coming to Canada to reunite with their families. Before, one applied for a work permit via an authorized representative who asked for a temporary […]

Corporate Relocation Services: 5 tips to make them rock-solid during the pandemic.

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Duty of care is now more relevant during the Covid-19 crisis. It is up to Human Resources to look at their relocation practices. Corporate Relocation Services support duty of care initiatives, but you have to do your homework in these times. Check out our tips! 1. Corporate Relocation Services: Interview your relocation management company Even […]

5 Things to Consider when Shopping for a Relocation Management Company

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Subscribe to our Newsletter here. So, before you even begin looking for a supplier, Human Resources or Mobility Teams need to define what they are looking for most in an RMC. HR’s would be wise to make a list of your top needs and then your top wants (what are the current pain points, and do […]

WHITE PAPER – Spring 2016

WHITE PAPER: Enrolling in BC Health Care   Is Enrollment in BC Health’s Medical Insurance Plan required of employees who are not on local payroll or have global health insurance plans?   All Points often gets asked the above question by our clients. There is wording on the BC Health website which can lead to […]

Work Permit Review at Airport becoming Crucial to Canadian Business

January 13, 2014: When assignees and transferees, coming to Canada, arrive at the destination city airports, they are filled with a combination of excitement and, frequently, fatigue. Fatigued or not, they must still clear through immigration and obtain their work permits. If properly prepared, they will have all their documentation, and know what to say […]

WHITE PAPER – Summer 2015

WHITE PAPER: Securing a US Social Security Number July 9, 2015 Many new arrivals into the US are keen to apply, as soon as possible, for their Social Security Number which is the closest US equivalent to Canada’s SIN number. It is widely perceived to be a ‘magic number’ which opens doors to credit and […]