September 19, 2017

Relocation’s Biggest Challenges Survey—Share Your Insights!

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Relocation’s Biggest Challenges Survey—Share Your Insights!

Posted by: Patrick Lewis, Manager, Marketing Communications

Cartus is conducting our sixth annual Relocation’s Biggest Challenges survey, and we would love to hear from you! If you manage global relocation for your organization, we invite you to participate in our survey and share your insights, perspectives, and best practices. The survey will be open until October 11.

TAKE-THE-SURVEY-BUTTON-REDAn important component of Cartus’ Trends in Global Relocation research series, the Biggest Challenges survey produces insights on issues such as controlling costs, immigration, data security, tax compliance, compensation, and housing. We also ask questions on the areas that organizations are saying are hot topics, including flexible policy, talent management, diversity and inclusion, female expatriates, and more.

Qualified participants will receive a free copy of the survey results with a perspective on industry challenges that can’t be found anywhere else. As an added “thank you” for participating, respondents will be entered into a drawing for either a $200 gift certificate to the retailer of your choice, or a $200 donation to the charity of your choice.

Your input is vital to compiling a robust and accurate set of findings which, in turn, will provide you with a more detailed view of global challenges and action steps to make your relocation program more effective. We hope that you will take a few moments to participate in our survey. Please contact us at if you have any questions.

For the findings of Cartus’ recent research surveys, check out our Research area in our Resource Hub on

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