26 episodes

Created for HR and corporate relocation professionals, Propelling Talent presents timely and topical discussions on the subjects of employee relocation, talent mobility and talent management. All with a bit of humor. And some pretty cool intro music.

Propelling Talent: A Relocation Podcast Weichert Workforce Mobility

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Created for HR and corporate relocation professionals, Propelling Talent presents timely and topical discussions on the subjects of employee relocation, talent mobility and talent management. All with a bit of humor. And some pretty cool intro music.

    Home Valuation in the Age of Pandemic

    Home Valuation in the Age of Pandemic

    One of the most important components of any relocation is the appraising and valuation of employee-owned real estate. In this episode, we check back in with Joe Palumbo, Weichert's VP of Real Estate Services, to discuss the ways COVID has changed the valuation game, which trends predicted when the virus first took hold will remain in play for 2021, and new wrinkles that corporate mobility managers will need to watch out for.

    • 11 min
    Sustainability in Workforce Mobility Programs

    Sustainability in Workforce Mobility Programs

    When you consider the impact that workforce mobility can have on sustainability -- from the movement of household goods and people to the management of global supply chains -- you can see why the topic will only increase in importance to our industry. In this podcast, Laura Levenson of our Advisory Services group shares her thoughts on sustainability and how it touches talent mobility from the economic, environmental and social perspectives. She also offers sustainability best practices, greener policy options, and ways companies can demonstrate a real-world commitment to minimizing their total environmental footprint.

    • 14 min
    The Verdict on Virtual Assignments

    The Verdict on Virtual Assignments

    With virtual assignments becoming the hottest topic in workforce mobility in the pandemic era, we spend this episode putting the concept under the microscope: what is a virtual assignment, what do companies *think* they might achieve with them and is there a place for them in the future of mobile talent management? Our VP of Advisory Services, Jennifer Connell, provides insight gleaned from months of research, client meetings and roundtables. It's 12 minutes of valuable content for mobile workforce managers.

    • 12 min
    Keeping Talent Moving During a Pandemic

    Keeping Talent Moving During a Pandemic

    Even as the pandemic impacts every corner of the world, corporate relocation and global mobility managers have continued to tackle the challenge of supporting critical and essential workers on the move. Along the way, they're developing new strategies and processes that are likely to remain in place post-COVID. In this episode, we chat with experts from our partner destination service providers Dwellworks and IOR Global to examine the current state of corporate relocation, some of the innovative methods that companies are using to provide home finding and other settling-in services to mobile employees and their families, and top concerns as we slowly work toward re-opening major cities around the world.

    • 27 min
    Your Relocation Policy and COVID-19

    Your Relocation Policy and COVID-19

    Corporate relocation managers continue to respond to the pandemic crisis, seeking ways to guide their mobile talent and businesses through this uncertain time. In our latest podcast focused on COVID-19 and its impact on workforce mobility, we'll discuss how corporate policies are being affected (and what companies should and shouldn't be changing) with insight from our VP of Advisory Services.

    • 11 min
    Duty of Care, Your Global Assignees and COVID-19

    Duty of Care, Your Global Assignees and COVID-19

    This episode is all about the people who are arguably impacted the most by global response to the Coronavirus -- your global assignees. In this episode, Laura Levenson of our Advisory Services group and Mercedes D'Angelo of Cultural Awareness International discuss the corporate duty of care to these employees, how crises can cause "reverse culture shock" and how we can all find calm in the most challenging times.

    • 28 min

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