Is it better to run a centralized or decentralized relocation program? It’s a question that corporate relocation managers have been asking for decades.
In my experience working with companies to build exceptional workforce mobility programs, I can see the advantages on both sides of the argument; while centralization offers greater consistency and enhanced compliance, decentralization allows business units to meet their specific budget and timing criteria.
We’d like to get your take, so we’ve added a poll question on this topic to our blog. It’s just to the right of this post, and we’d appreciate your input. Let us know where you stand on centralized vs. decentralized.