Put yourself in your employees' shoes to view the mobility journey from their perspective. Then discover the exceptional elements that inspire exceptional experiences - so you can make yours even better!View the Mobile Employee Journey Map
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6 Keys to exceptional experiences at the program, policy & support Levels
Providing an exceptional employee experience involves examining your program, policy and the support you provide. Here’s how to balance each of these areas to meet the needs of the business and your employees.
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Why meeting family needs is integral to creating a successful employee experience
One of the most important factors in a successful relocation or international assignment is family happiness. Learn how to meet the needs of the whole family – partner, kids, other members … even pets!
“Graebel had a really good ability to listen to who we are and take that on board. They were very much focused on understanding us and understanding our program and being very honest with us about what they could bring.”
Exceptional experiences are rooted in exceptional moments. We dig deep to fully understand what “exceptional” looks like to you and your employees. Then we work collaboratively with your team to imagine, develop and support a people-first mobility program.
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“The best part about it, besides a healthy baby, was recommending some changes to the employer regarding medical insurance for their people. Helping people is the most fulfilling part of what I do, but improving processes is a real win.”
This is Jasmit Kaur. With eight years of experience at Graebel, she is now a Senior International Assignment Consultant with our APAC regional office in Singapore. Jasmit recently helped a family relocate from Australia to Hong Kong with an unexpected challenge when their infant fell ill while traveling. While the family was still in the air, Jasmit arranged for direct transport from the airport to a hospital in Hong Kong once they arrived, and advised the family on how to pay a medical bill in a foreign country.
“They invited me to visit them in Austria, and they’re coming to see me at my home in Prague. I’m so happy to assist families and develop true friendships when doing it.”
Meet Nicole Hromadkova, who has been an International Assignment Consultant with our EMEA regional office in Prague for a year. Nicole recently assisted a U.S. family of four relocating to Vienna, Austria. As both parents were moving for work, the immigration process was long, which allowed her to establish a relationship with the family. She talked to them daily, and they shared photos of key moments during their relocation, like their visa interviews at the Austrian embassy. Nicole also helped them find a home and get settled, and plans to stay connected with them in the future.
“Making sure the transferee and his wife were comfortable was a huge priority for me, and knowing we have partners who can address concerns and handle clients with care from beginning to end makes me proud to work with them.”
Meet one of our 900+ team members at Graebel, Brooke Marshall. With seven years under her belt, she is now a Relocation Consultant with our US headquarters in Denver, Colorado. Brooke recently assisted a transferee whose spouse was disabled and confined to a wheelchair, which she saw as a great opportunity to gain experience in meeting accessibility needs. Acting as a champion for the couple throughout the process, she ensured they had a smooth transition to wheelchair-friendly housing and access to appropriate transportation.