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10 Temporary Living Rules to Live By

Everyone involved in the relocation business, at one time or another, wrangling with temporary living to mixed results! Temporary living has always been a challenge but we’ve noticed several emerging trends this summer, including tight inventory, sky-rocketing rents and fees and short notice moves. Download this whitepaper to learn the 10 temporary living rules relocation managers should live by.

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2015 Housing Market Breakdown

At XONEX, we do follow national housing trends, but we are more concerned with the local markets. As we move thousands of transferees around the country every year, it’s imperative that we have a sense of the cities and states we touch regularly so that we can advise our clients based on their specific needs. That’s why this year we decided to take a closer look at our 2015 top five destination markets, and top five origin markets. We are excited to share the analysis with you for this spring’s eBook.

2015 Housing Market Breakdown
Top 10 Predictions for the Relocation Industry in 2015

With the start of each year, relocation managers and companies alike take the time to review the previous year and consider what’s in store for the future. This year, we thought it would be fun to compile our top 10 predictions for the relocation industry in 2015. Some of our predictions based on research and data, while others are based on anecdotal evidence and years of experience. Download this whitepaper to see our thoughts and join the conversation.

Top 10 Predictions for the Relocation Industry in 2015
20 Fascinating Facts About Generation X

Generation X is poised to take on more leadership roles in the workplace. But, what do we really know about this generation? In this eBook, we tackle stereotypes and 20 fascinating findings about Generation X, their potential in the workplace and their concerns and motivators.

20 Fascinating Facts About Generation X
How to Talk to Your CFO About Relocation

Out of all the executives in the c-suite of an organization, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) can be the most intimidating. We’ve all been there, right? You are running a program that goes over budget and, all of a sudden, the CFO has taken notice and is knocking on your office door. As your brain starts to work on calculations and an explanation all at once, you may find yourself a bit…panicked. But, the truth is, you don’t need to panic. You just need to know how to talk to your CFO about relocation and all it's parts. Download our latest whitepaper for tips on how to talk to your CFO about relocation.

Top 50 Relocation Questions from Transferees

Every year, we move thousands of corporate transferees around the globe. Some are homeowners, some are renters, some are domestic and some are international. We handle group moves, family moves, individual moves, temporary moves and even permanent moves. As you can probably imagine, we have fielded just about every transferee question pertaining to relocation there is…even some real stumpers! This eBook breaks down the Top 50 Relocation Questions from Transferees, so you don't have to.


Top 50 Relocation Questions from Transferees
Top Five Burning Client Relocation Questions for 2014

Our corporate HR counterparts are consistently being challenged by their senior management to reduce costs, while also maintaining a high level of benefits and employee satisfaction. The only way to be a real partner with proactive ideas is to listen. For the past few months, we have been sitting down with our clients to discuss their key concerns for 2014. From benchmarking questions to mergers and acquisitions, here are the top five burning relocation questions we have discussed.


Top Five Client Relocation Questions
Earning a Seat at the Table:
How to Move from Administrative HR to Strategic HR

HR has a significant opportunity to be a strategic partner to business now more than ever before. Fierce competition, tight budgets, shrinking talent pools and disengaged employees are just some of the significant challenges that business are facing today – and there is no sign that these problems will let up any time soon. At some point, the C-suite will have to bring HR in at a strategic level. When they do, you need to be there. This eBook will show you how to move from administrative HR to strategic HR.

Why Supplier Diversity Matters

When you understand how diversity programs work internally, you can help your colleagues meet corporate goals, tap new networks and support your local community. In this whitepaper, we discuss how supplier diversity has changed over the years, why it matters and how you can make a difference within your organization.

20 Fun Things to Know About Relocating Millennials

In the next 10-12 years Millennials will make up a whopping seventy-five percent of the global workforce. Companies need to go beyond the stereotypes and start paying more attention to how this group interacts in the workplace and which benefits, including relocation, will be critical components for recruitment and retention strategies. In an effort to share the good, the bad and the ugly about Millennials, we poured through articles and blog posts to pull the most salient information about this generation. In this eBook, we share 20 fun facts about Millennials and their approach to work, life, play and relocation.

How to Effectively Customize Your Relocation Program

Today, there are two distinct relocation program trends: a focus on cost containment and the addition of creative offerings. With the relocation process dragging out due to a sputtering housing market, expenses in almost every category have swollen to a point that budgeting is, at best, an exercise in futility. At the same time, the apprehension of prospective transferees has put pressure on employers to provide add-ons and approve exceptions in order to entice reluctant transferees to move. Is it possible to balance relocation benefit variety with cost concerns? In this whitepaper, we will explore how to analyze your program so that you can customize your policies in the most cost-effective way possible.

Top 10 Ways Your Relocation Program Lost Money in 2012

Despite a stabilizing economy, businesses are still operating with fewer resources and a sharp eye on budgets. Savvy HR professionals and relocation managers should take a close look at their policies before 2013 and make any necessary adjustments to minimize waste. Download this eBook to find out the top 10 ways relocation programs lost money in 2012.

Switching Relocation Providers: Seven Steps to Survive the Transition

Economic fluctuations, turmoil abroad, cost-cutting efforts and a need for greater service, has led many of companies to seek out new relocation partnerships. But, deciding on a new partner is only half the battle. There are still many decisions to make, and processes to set in place, in order to implement a successful switch. Download for seven steps that you can take to ensure a smooth transition.

5 Essential Steps for Surviving the Relocation Busy Season

Whether you are new to relocation or you are an industry veteran, this ebook will help you get organized, manage expectations and trouble shoot problems throughout the relocation busy season.

New Year, Fresh Start: Six Reasons to Evaluate Your Relocation Program

Before the housing market crash, pricing was the primary criteria for selecting a relocation services provider. In today's uncertain market, however, pricing should take a back seat to service, processes and results. If you aren't getting the most out of your relocation company, now may be a good time to take a closer look at your partnership. Here are six common reasons to evaluate your relocation program.

The Landlord Predicament: Suggestions for Employers with Transferees Who are Considering Renting out Their Homes

As the housing market continues to stall, some employees may consider renting out their homes while they wait for market prices to rebound. Download this whitepaper to learn more about this growing trend, including important factors that both employers and employees should understand prior to making a decision about renting or selling the home. 

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