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Sign-on bonuses are typical in some industries as well as tax gross-up; spousal job placement assistance and house hunting assistance.
Your best sources for such relo info is to check the company history. You may be surprised to discover that relo packages have been made to some of your current executives. If so--you have a precedent you can follow and adjust as needs require. If not, I suggest you go to your local SHRM Chapter--some will be happy to share what works for them in the local market. The local group's website in Washington State is: http://wastatecouncil.shrm.org/ 1-800-283-7476, option 3 (U.S. only)
An important document to get from SHRM is a "sample" relocation policy statement. Your HR group should have one in the books with the Compensation Manager (since relocation costs amount to "income" and are thus taxable income along with salary and sign-on bonus).
Nestle (when I worked there) used Prudential Relocation Solutions* - http://www.prudential.com/view/page/public/11535 - this service takes care of (actually almost holds the hire's (and spouse) hand throughout the relo process making it a positive experience (because some can go negative for a number of reasons).
*Corporate Clients and Employees Mobility services designed to optimize your organization's relocation investment and help ensure the satisfaction of your relocating employees.
FYI -- there is even a relocation (mobility) association...who may be of assistance for info sharing.
Relocation Appraisers (U.S. and International)
Thomas C. Bliss -- Mahon & Rutledge Appraisal Group -- (Seattle, WA)
Michael Curtis -- Curtis Appraisal Consultants -- (Seattle, WA)
Patrick G. Dunn -- Cascade Appraisal L.L.C. -- (Seattle, WA)
Cathy Gillispie -- Appraisal Consultants -- (Seattle, WA)
Mark J. Kopcho -- Sterling Appraisal Group/MJK Appraisal Services -- (Seattle, WA)
George N. Nogatch, CRP -- George N. Nogatch & Associates -- (Seattle, WA)
James Poliyanskiy -- Appraisal Group of the Northwest -- (Seattle, WA)
Alan L. Pope, CRP -- Alan L. Pope & Associates, Inc. -- (Seattle, WA)
Ronald S. Prevost, CRP -- Steel Lake Appraisal -- (Seattle, WA)
Paula Ranson, CRP -- Ranson Appraisals -- (Seattle, WA)
Farhood Samimi -- NW Residential Appraisers -- (Seattle, WA)
James R. Sanders -- Sanders Appraisal, Inc. -- (Seattle, WA)
Thomas G. Weaver -- Pyramid Appraisal, Inc. -- (Seattle, WA)
Wm. Bryan Willison -- Willison Appraisal Service -- (Seattle, WA)
Finally, always remember, once you start giving creative relocation packages that's a precedent you'll have to monitor and keep fair. Because if you give relo perks to one and not another you will have employee relations problems.
ans to wear to that interview. If the company is conservative, better practice your double windsor and go with a pocket square vs no pocket square.
Now if only people would catch onto my brilliant idea of conducting interviews while getting mani's and pedi's or while playing 18 holes of golf. COME ON WORLD!…