Moving long distance is stressful under the best circumstances. Moving long distance for work, whether it's for an exciting new job or because your current employer is relocating, can take that stress to a whole new level.
Between faster timelines, closing your current home and finding a new home in another state, and managing job responsibilities, there are a number of unique factors that can elevate the stress of organizing an employee relocation. The employee relocation process can be challenging for employers as well, especially if they've never gone through the process of relocating employees.
Our Complete Guide to Employee Relocation contains all the information you need to know about relocating for work, whether you're an employee relocating for your job or you're an employer asking new or existing team members to relocate.
To help you find the information you need most, we've organized our Complete Guide to Employee Relocation into three streams:
- General Resources: Learn the basics about employee relocation. For employers and employees.
- Employer Resources: Are you a business owner or manager in charge of relocating employees? Read our employer resources for advice specific to employee relocation.
- Employee Resources: Are you relocating for a new job, or at the request of your current employer? Read our employee resources to learn more about what to expect, your rights, and more.
Keep reading to learn more.