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Relocation Conversations to Have With Your Employer

RelocationRelocation can come as a surprise and require a quick move, but be prepared with these tips for what to talk to your employer about if you’re asked to move for your job. Remember to negotiate throughout this process because they are asking you to pick up and move your life. While your Human Resource department may not always include a relocation package with your move, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t talk with your employer about some different options. Many companies will pay for part or even all of your move. At the least, you may get some discounts through your employer.

Here are some ideas for conversation starters about relocation with your employer:

  • What fees do you typically cover during the moving process? Movers? A moving truck? A house-hunting trip?
  • Since relocation is hard on my family and I, will we be allowed to officially move at the end of the school year? Will there be any help with temporary housing or travel back and forth?
  • I noticed there isn’t a relocation package included for my move; do you offer any compensation for moving?
  • I would be able to start for you sooner if I had professionals helping with my move. Is that something you can assist with?

Don’t hesitate to bring up relocation compensation with your employer. Having this conversation can save you a lot of money in the end, even if you just get a discount. Make sure to work out a plan that will be most advantageous to you and your family.

The Easy Way to Achieve Relocation

RelocationAre you experiencing that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach?  Are you having conniption fits just thinking of all of the tasks that you must accomplish before your residential or business relocation?  Would you like to discover a way to reduce the amount of stress that you feel, in fact potentially erasing most of the stress associated with relocation?  If so, we may have the ideal answer for you.


There are many different motivating factors for relocation.  Some of these include things such as a change in employment, health reasons, educational opportunities, family circumstances, pursuing homeownership, or earning some income from the sale of your current home.  Regardless of your motivation for relocation, the process can be made less painful through the use of a professional moving company.

When you are faced with relocation, you have enough things to worry about without worrying about packing up your belongings and moving them to your new home.  If you are choosing to move from a larger home to a smaller one, you may feel somewhat overwhelmed by the thought of taking trips to thrift stores in order to get rid of the excess.  If you are feeling at all overpowered by the thought of relocation, contact us at Glaser & Sons Mooving.

We have been helping our customers with their relocation needs for over 23 years and are confident in our ability to safely pack and transport your belongings from your old residence or office to the new one.  We can even take care of donating anything that you want to get rid of in order to make your relocation as painless as possible.  Go ahead and focus on the most important aspects of your relocation . . .  we’ve got the moving part covered.

How to Choose the Right Moving Company for Your Relocation

When you’re planning to relocate, you’ll need movers to help you get from point A to point B. There are countless moving companies to choose from, but how do you know which one is the right one to hire for your relocation? Here are a few of our tips to help steer you in the right direction.

  • Check out the companies you are looking at with the Better Business Bureau. Any fraudulent activity will be reported to the BBB, so you’ll know to steer clear of companies with bad ratings. However, some moving companies will operate under a different name when they start to get bad reviews, so also check to see that the company you are hiring has a local address and is licensed and insured.
  • Get references from family and friends who have used the company for relocation before. Good reviews are a good sign of a trustworthy company that will keep track of your belongings and do their best to prevent your things from being damaged.
  • Ask the company for an estimate. Most moving companies will come to your home to take a rough inventory of your belongings and give you an estimate. A more thorough walk-through will give you a better estimate, so choose a company that really takes the time to look through your home and open closets and ask you questions about what you have.

Glaser & Sons Mooving is a local, family-run company in Greenville & Charleston, SC, and we pride ourselves on being trustworthy and reliable. We are eager to help your relocation go as smoothly as possible, and we know you will be satisfied with our services.

Relocation with Pets: What You Need to Know

RelocationRelocation, while it can be exciting, can be hard on your pets. If you’re getting ready to move in the next few weeks, make things easier on your pets during the relocation process by:

  • Keeping them in a quiet area—When our movers at Glaser & Sons Mooving are going in and out of your house with furniture and boxes, your pet may start to feel a little bit overwhelmed. During the actual move, consider keeping your pet in a safe and quiet place and checking on them regularly. Or, you may want to take them over to a friend’s house for the day.
  • Introducing them to your new place—Once you move into your new place, set up an area with your pet’s food, water, toys, and bedding as soon as possible. This will help them feel more at home and also provide them with a sense of familiarity.
  • Making sure you have enough food and toys—During the relocation process, it’s easy to forget to do certain things. However, make sure you set aside some of your pet’s food before the day of the move and some of their favorite toys to keep them entertained.

Remember, after you move into your new house, your pet may feel a little bit disoriented and may require a little bit more attention than normal right at first. However, once you get back into your routine, chances are that your pet will start to feel right at home.