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Global compensation management and tax compliance can both significantly impact an employee when relocating across country borders. Regardless of whether the relocation is permanent or...
 
When moving internationally, one of the biggest decisions your employees will have to make is whether to ship their personal belongings to their new location or buy new after the move. For...
 
Immigrating to a new country requires several steps, so it can often be difficult for an employ­ee to decide where to start after receiving their new international assignment.
 
Dual-Career Assistance: The one service that can make or break a relocation When planning your global relocation program, you need to consider the relocating spouse/partner’s situation as...
 
When relocating an existing homeowner, there are many things to keep in mind (such as selling their home, finding a new home, moving a home's worth of goods, and usually supporting a whole...
 
What is a BVO, or Buyer Value Option, program? The answer is best explained in the context of a traditional Guaranteed Buyout (GBO) program. Under a GBO, the relocation management company...
 
Repatriation is oftentimes an overlooked service for employee relocation packages. So much effort is put in place to help an employee move and thrive in their new location abroad that, when...
 
06.06.17
WHR Group recently launched SimpleMove, a proprietary self-service relocation technology. The lump sum-based technology connects relocating employees with move experts in their area to add...
 
The “American dream” is known to include a home in the suburbs, but due to nationwide housing shortages and crippling student debt, people simply aren’t able to settle in the suburbs. (And...
 
05.01.17
Pewaukee, Wis. WHR Group Inc. (WHR) is pleased to be named a Top Workplace for a fourth consecutive year. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback...
 
Goodbye White Picket Fence: The shifting renter profile   Marquette University’s Chair in Real Estate, Dr. Mark Eppli, once posed to WHR Group a hypothesis that—based on the strong emphasis...