You’ve been with your company for a number of years. You have a good team, and your department consistently meets quarterly and annual production targets. Then one day, upper management announces some stunning news: for financial reasons, the company will be relocating from the city to a small town 200 miles away. And since you’re one of their best managers, they ask you to come with them.
If you think this sounds like an improbable scenario, think again. An increasing number of companies are relocating their manufacturing and/or distribution centers to rural areas. At the same time, more and more start-ups move from home offices in the suburbs or city to buildings in office parks.
Of course, some people will decide not to move because it isn’t right for their lifestyle, their family, or their career plans. However, if you do decide to relocate with your company, there are still a number of things to consider in order to make the move a personal and professional success. Keep the following seven tips in mind:
Moving with your company is likely to be a pressure-filled time. But with these seven tips in mind, you can reduce the stress and prepare for a successful relocation.
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