here are a variety of reasons why companies decide to move to new facilities, including the desire to secure more appropriate space for their employees and operations, to capitalize on more favorable business and employment environments, or simply to improve the lifestyle of their employees. According to a recent International Facilities Management Association (IFMA) survey, companies move, remodel, or relocate 25 to 30 percent of their facilitiesâ total square footage each year. These moves run the gamut, from local relocations within the same building or city to across-the-country moves to international relocations. Whatever the motivation for the move, senior management of any company expects a company relocation to be a positive experienceâone that will result in improved operations, more cost-effective facilities, raised productivity, and increased profits. A lot is at stake if the move does not go smoothly. Take, for example, the overall costs associated with a move, costs that will need to be recouped out of the benefits attained by the move. As one moving consultant recently put it: âJust moving within the same building can cost from $400 to over $1,000 per person.â More important than the cost of the move itself, a relocation can seriously
Employment Relations Today – Wiley
Published: Dec 1, 2007
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