Core/Flex Educational Series: How They Work 06.8.2023 | Ruhi Van Andel

Today’s mobile employees want more flexibility and control but need support to manage the new complexities of global relocation. Companies want mobility programs that are cost-effective, streamlined, and easy to administer, but magnetic enough to attract and retain top talent. Agility is in high demand and core/flex mobility policies are being touted as the hero; flexible enough to bend to the needs of your employees, but structured enough to initiate and manage easily.

Despite all the buzz around flexible mobility and the core/flex model, our recent survey, Pathways to Flexible Relocation Policies, revealed that only 35% of companies offer some form of choice in their programs. But our clients and prospects alike have many questions about the core/flex framework and how to make it work for them. This points to a greater need to take the mystery out of flexible mobility, to demonstrate how these models can be adapted to meet your employee and business goals.

 Bite-Sized Insight into Core/Flex Programs

We’ve gathered some of our finest in-house mobility experts to develop a quick and easily consumable way for our clients and internal teams to learn the key components, best practices, and common applications of this trending policy type.

We are pleased to share our Core/Flex Educational Video Series!

EPISODE 1: Core/Flex Programs and How They Work

In our first episode, Laura Levenson, Global Practice Leader, goes back to the basics of core/flex programs, exploring why a company may choose this model and how programs and benefits are commonly structured to meet business and employee needs.

Itching for more? Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to catch the full lineup of episodes in this series, and be the first to see more educational content on the top trends driving today’s mobility landscape.

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Written by Ruhi Van Andel

Ruhi is the Digital Content Specialist on Weichert’s Marketing team. Leveraging a decade of experience in writing and marketing, she develops buzz-worthy content for the company’s website, social media channels, and client & colleague communications. Ruhi is a cat person, in case you were wondering.

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