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Graebel Awarded First-Place in HRO Today Magazine’s Relocation Baker’s Dozen

Saturday, March 5th, the HRO Today Magazine announced the results of its annual Relocation Baker’s Dozen. In its online announcement, Graebel Relocation was honored with first-place. This marks the fourth time in eight consecutive years that the global mobility management company, Graebel, has achieved the first-place ranking.2016-bdrelocation

Fortune 500 and Global 100 corporate human resource and talent management professionals elect to participate in a confidential survey for which they must identify their relocation management company (RMC) then, complete a questionnaire. Responses are based on their human resource and talent management teams’ experiences with the RMC for the prior twelve-months. Breadth of services offered by the RMC and the scope and volume of the mobility services administered by the RMC for the client are also queried. A research team validates participants and independently analyzes data to ascertain unbiased first to thirteenth rankings.

According to Bill Graebel SGMS chief executive officer, “Worldwide, our people are passionate about delivering exceptional service, market intelligence and predictive data to our clients and their assignees. Our continuous collaboration with clients ensures that their global mobility programs and policies reflect their companies’ culture, are contemporary, and competitive in their industries. As a result, these programs have successfully contributed to our clients’ goals to recruit and retain top performers, as their organizations expand or acquire businesses throughout the world. This teamwork between our customers and our people, I believe, is among the core reasons why Graebel Relocation clients choose to participate and rate our performance in the HRO Today Magazine survey year after year. It is both gratifying and humbling that our efforts have led to the first-place honor for the fourth time in eight years.”