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Maintaining Employee Engagement and Retention During and After the Relocation Process

In today’s globalised business landscape, employee relocation has become a common practice for organisations. As companies seek to expand their reach, tap into new markets, and access diverse talent pools, relocating employees becomes an essential component of growth strategies. However, this process can be challenging for both employees and employers, as maintaining employee engagement and retention during relocation is critical for ensuring a smooth transition and preserving employee satisfaction and productivity. In this article, we will delve deeper into the importance of employee engagement and retention during the relocation process and provide a some strategies and best practices.

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The Benefits of Using a Relocation Company When Moving to the UK

Moving to a new country can be both exciting and challenging, especially when it comes to the UK with its rich history, diverse culture, and bustling cities. One of the best ways to ensure a smooth transition is to enlist the help of a relocation company. In this blog, we will discuss the benefits of using a relocation company when moving to the UK and some of the services they offer to make relocation as seamless as possible.

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UK State School System: A Guide for Families Relocating to England

The UK state school system can be a bit confusing at first, especially if you’re new to the country. But once you understand how it works and what to expect, you’ll have an easier time finding the right school for your child. In this guide, we’ve outlined some key information on admission requirements and procedures, curriculum choices, extra-curricular activities, special educational needs (SEND) support services, and exams and assessments administered throughout the school lifecycle.

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Cultural Awareness: Cultural Aspects of the UK

Relocating to a new country can be an exciting but daunting experience, especially when it comes to adjusting to cultural differences. The United Kingdom has a rich and diverse culture with many unique customs and traditions that can take some time to get used to. In this article, we will explore some of the cultural nuances of the UK to help those relocating to the country.

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Rental Market State of Play: April 2023

Let’s take a look at how rental markets are faring in London, Amsterdam, and Paris. In April 2023, the London rental market showed signs of a “spring bounce” with rents climbing 0.2% after three consecutive months of decline. Meanwhile, in Paris, all four property types monitored by Klippa Relocation dropped in value, making it slightly cheaper for new tenants to secure a rental property. In Amsterdam, the rental market cooled slightly after significant rises in March, with three of the four properties monitored by Klippa dropping in value.

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Glossary of UK Letting Industry Terms: A Guide for Working Expats

Welcome to our comprehensive glossary of terms used in the UK letting industry. Understanding the terminology associated with renting a property is crucial for a successful and compliant tenancy. From tenancy agreements and rent reviews to statutory obligations and fair wear and tear, this glossary aims to provide a clear and concise overview of the key terms used in the UK letting industry.

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Relocation with Confidence: Klippa’s Expertise in Managing Employee Relocations

Managing the relocation of your employees can be challenging and time-consuming for the HR department. That’s where Klippa Relocation comes in. As a reputable provider of relocation services, Klippa makes the entire relocation process as stress-free and seamless as possible for all parties involved.

Here are some reasons why you can trust Klippa Relocation to handle your relocation needs:

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How to Create Your International Relocation Policy

An international relocation is a significant life event that can cause stress for both employers and employees. A good relocation policy can facilitate an easier transition for all parties involved. Following on from an earlier post, Why You Need an Employee Relocation Policy, we’ve outlined the most essential components of an international relocation policy, along with helpful hints to guide your company through this process.

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Rental Market State of Play: March 2023

Let’s take a look at how rental markets are faring in London, Amsterdam, and Paris. Rental values in Greater London are declining, but year-on-year values have increased and availability remains a major concern. Paris has seen a general rise in rental prices, but tenants renting new homes receive less value-for-money in terms of space. Amsterdam may see landlords selling up and exiting the market due to proposed rent controls, impacting rental values. Rental costs in all three cities have continued to increase in March, indicating ongoing pressure on rental markets.

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Why You Need an Employee Relocation Policy

Any organisation that wishes to relocate talented employees to new work locations for recruitment, development, knowledge transfer, or group moves should have an employee relocation policy.

Without a policy, the relocation process can be difficult, stressful, and time-consuming for the employee, their family, and the HR team managing the relocation.

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