Meet a new member of the Sterling Lexicon team—Astrid Ley! As Training and Quality Manager in EMEA and APAC, Astrid brings more than 13 years of experience in global mobility to the team. She..
Meet Luis Navarrete, Sterling Lexicon’s Account and Relocation Manager for Spain. Having been in the mobility industry for nearly 20 years, he told us about how he has achieved success in global..
Meet Drew Phillips, Sterling Lexicon’s new regional director of business development. He brings more than 15 years of experience in global mobility. We asked him five questions to find out more..
Meet Matthias Vogel, our new Business Development Manager for Germany. We asked him five questions to find out more about his philosophy on business development.
Meet Stefanie Huter, Sterling Lexicon's new Service Delivery Manager HHG, Frankfurt. Find out more about why Stefanie chose Sterling Lexicon.
Meet Simon Davies. Sterling Lexicon’s new client solutions director who brings over 20 years of global mobility experience to our business. Find out why Simon is passionate about building..
Bots can be used in global mobility to complete redundant tasks, like pulling reports and scheduling appointments. These tasks are just..
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, Sterling Lexicon hosted a webinar featuring leading tax expert and Ineo Chief Compliance Officer David Oltman. The interactive event gave HR and mobility professionals insight..
Lump sum relocation programs are nothing new, but they continue to increase in popularity. If you’re not familiar with the concept, a lump sum relocation typically consists of a single, fixed..
If you’ve heard this term before but didn’t actually know what it meant, this is the article for you. Or maybe you have a vague idea about what shadow payroll means but aren’t up to speed on the..
For relocating employees who are buying or selling a house within in the U.S., there’s another challenge they may face. We’ve been hearing about the challenges presented by composition board..
Flexibility keeps popping up as a hot topic in relocation. We recently wrote about how important it is to millennials, but it’s also important for a relocation policy in general.
You want transferred employees and new hires to hit the ground running, full of enthusiasm for the possibilities they have with your company in a new city. That can be hard for them to do when..
Whether your company is deciding to partner with a relocation supplier for the first time or it’s just time for a change, it’s important to be prepared for the road ahead. Taking on the process of..
Try placing yourself in the shoes of your relocating employees. There are more unknowns than knowns, especially if it’s your employee’s first corporate relocation outside of their home country...
Do you ever see a jumble of letters in an email signature and wonder what on earth it means? Every industry has its own catalog of acronyms and abbreviations, and the employee relocation world is..
With the new school year just about to begin, companies are actively seeking intern candidates for the semester, and some competitive fields are already planning for next summer. Intern programs..
Ask any global mobility manager, and he or she will tell you that the more complicated aspects of employee relocations are home sale and relocation benefits. Throw in a border crossing, and you..
Reporting is essential to proving your relocation program’s effectiveness to the higher ups at your company. But too often valuable information can get lost in a sea of numbers, and your hard work..