Moving Households & Lives
The relocation of an employee is a vital corporate strategy and human resources function. To achieve a return on a relocation investment and productive end result, the foundation of a corporate move should begin with the individual employee’s needs. A corporate relocation program requires expertise in dealing with issues such as immigration law, volatile economies, and employee finances in addition to the logistical aspects such as transportation, real estate, and family issues.
Agility Makes Your Employees Feel at Home
As a specialized division of Agility, we combine focused relocation expertise with a corporate network spanning over 100 countries. Our global resources give your business the advantage of local expertise across a multitude of geographies and cultures. Agility’s Relocation division ensures that your employees feel at home, no matter where business may take them. We understand that when our clients relocate their most valued asset, people, it is vital that the return on investment through a return to productivity is a foremost concern.
Agility is committed to custom design relocation programs for each client and the employees they transfer.
- Home Sale Transactions
- Departure Counseling
- Temporary Housing
- Home Purchase Assistance
- Household Goods Transportation
- Destination and Settling-in Services
- Tax and Expense Management
- Property Rental Management
- Rental Assistance
- Real Estate Services
- Cost of Living Analysis (COLA)
The Agility Difference
Agility is committed to providing custom relocation programs to clients of all sizes anywhere in the world. Having gained a reputation as a proven expert in both U.S. and International relocation management, Agility is prepared to work with relocation managers to determine the most appropriate service and cost effective programs available. Agility improves your relocation experience with:
- Single Source Accountability
- Advanced Technology for Constant Communication
- Tailored Processes to Meet Specific Client Needs
- Financial Stability of a $6.8 Billion company