"A Relocation Minute" with Bruce Waller

Month: June 2014

Monday morning coffee… First Relocation in History!

It seems that the first relocation in history dates back to Og the caveman. Og relocated from an efficiency cave to a larger cave with an ocean view. All Og needed to move were just 3 large rocks! Lol! Enjoy your Monday morning coffee and have a great day!   This has been a “Relocation Minute” …

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A Relocation Minute update… Consider this key strategy to elevate the moving experience for your executives.

When reviewing your relocation policy for strategies to elevate the moving experience for your executives, look closely at the moving services that can make the biggest impact. One of the most important goals is to help the family settle into their new home as easy as possible. Full or partial packing services are often part …

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A Relocation Minute… 5 things employers need to know when “Relocating an Executive”.

I have enjoyed the opportunity to help many companies move their key talent and executives for almost 20 years. During this time, I have noticed that when a company needs to relocate an executive or key employee, it is always a high level relocation and many people in the company are watching to make sure all …

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A Relocation Minute… When can the employee expect delivery?

One of the most asked questions during the pre-move survey process is “when can we expect our household goods to be delivered to destination. Will the moving truck leave after shipment is loaded, or wait until the next day?” This is the opportunity for us to discuss the delivery spread with employee and identify delivery …

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A Relocation Minute with Bruce Waller, CRP, PHR

  When moving your employees and their family, why would a shuttle service fee need to be included in the moving estimate?  As you can see from this picture, when a home is more than 300 feet to the moving truck, a shuttle may be required to load the household goods for the family. This …

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Armstrong and Move for Hunger Program making a difference in community!

Armstrong Relocation Dallas teammate Jack Hickey recently dropped off our first donation to a local food bank last Wednesday and wanted share the impact of 80lbs. of food collected from customers moving for our community. “This is awesome! This is enough to help provide over 66 meals for those in your community who are in …

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3 keys to a successful relocation survey…

When moving to another city, or across the world, it is important to start the moving process with an in home pre-move survey. It’s the best start to a successful relocation. Here are 3 keys to a successful survey when moving household goods. 1)    Schedule the in-home survey consultation at least 4 weeks prior …

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Strategies to help your employees move in the summer!

It’s summer time which means school is out and for many families… it’s time to move. Summer peak moving season (May 12 – September 12) is the time of year when the majority of moving in the USA takes place. Here are some helpful tips to consider when moving a family during peak moving season. The …

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