Overcoming the 3 key challenges of a lump sum relocation program

March 04, 2021

U.S. Bank presents a white paper containing solutions for overcoming the key challenges of administering a lump sum relocation program.

 

Lump sum programs are popular in today’s mobility landscape due to the appeal to organizations looking for cost savings and ease of administration, and to transferees who are seeking to make their own decisions on how they spend their relocation funds.

However, without access to support resources and experienced relocation guidance, transferees are losing productivity that can be critical to the success of their move.  This, in turn, can have a negative impact on your organization in the form of hidden costs and a negative customer experience.

U.S. Bank presents a white paper containing solutions for overcoming the key challenges of administering a lump sum relocation program:

  • Employee productivity
  • Duty of care
  • Balancing cost control with employee choice.

 

Read the Lump Sum Conundrum white paper.

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