Brookfield Global Relocation Services today announced that for the second straight year, one of its comprehensive surveys and reports has been named a top five human resource survey worldwide by Expatica HR and Expatica.com (the top five rankings worldwide can be found at: http://www.brookfieldgrs.com/TopSurvey).
Uniquely qualified to analyze the numerous human resources surveys, Expatica’s panel of judges comprise a who’s who list of authoritative sources on human resources, including judges from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia, as well as Natasha Gunn, Expatica HR Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Expatica.com.
The award-winning survey – available at http://www.brookfieldgrs.com/knowledge/grts_research — was prepared by the company’s Consulting Services team, which performs a variety of services for its clients worldwide, including: program assessment and administration, policy review and development, strategy and planning. The team is also responsible for knowledge sharing of generally accepted practices, publishing monthly publications that address current issues, as well as developing ad-hoc research and reports on a diverse and wide range of issues driven by the marketplace.
“Now more than ever, consultative services are in high demand by companies looking to maximize efficiencies from their HR and international mobility programs, said Rick Schwartz, President of Brookfield Global Relocation Services. “Our industry research and consulting services have become an invaluable resource for uncovering trends and providing insight into the complex issues that impact the global workforce.”
“Brookfield Global Relocation Services’ Consulting Services Team is made up of some of the industry’s most experienced experts,” said Graham Badun, managing partner and CEO of Brookfield Residential Property Services, the parent company of Brookfield Global Relocation Services. “On a daily basis, companies with global workforces call upon us for insightful and analytical recommendations based upon best practices, policy benchmarking, and to help them evaluate, develop and execute customized solutions for their unique mobility needs.”
For the past 15 years, Brookfield Global Relocation Services has published its Global Relocation Trends Survey report, which has become the definitive study of companies’ employee-relocation practices, policies and projections. The 2010 annual report will be released next month. Like its predecessors, the survey will paint a comprehensive picture of evolving trends and emerging issues facing companies of all sizes that rely on an international workforce. The 15 years of data enables Brookfield Global Relocation Services to track year-over-year comparisons against historical averages.
Last year, the Global Relocation Trends Survey Report was awarded a “Top 5 Industry Survey Award,” from Expatica HR; this year’s award was given to Brookfield Global Relocation Services’ supplemental report to the Global Relocation Trends Survey. That report, International Mobility: Impact of the Current Economic Climate, and the company’s knowledge center which provides thought leadership and analysis across a spectrum of relocation issues and challenges faced by global mobility professionals worldwide, can be found at http://www.brookfieldgrs.com/knowledge/.