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Even as employers have become increasingly aware of the importance of job satisfaction and their employees' increased emphasis on quality of life outside the workplace, they have found it challenging to close the gap on addressing concerns around relocating and acclimating.
Organizations can't always effectively address the everyday challenges and concerns that arise after employees relocate to a new community.
Acclimate's services give employers an edge in today's increasingly competitive hiring environment by working with recruits and their families from their very first visit. We are there every step of the way to address their concerns, answer their questions and help them find the neighborhoods, amenities, services and communities that are important to them.
We work alongside your talent acquisition teams, HR department and recruiting firm to help them succeed in hitting your talent attraction goals.
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Acclimate helps solve one of the greatest challenges facing employers today: talent acquisition.
"COMPANIES SUCCEED WHEN THEY HELP NEW HIRES ACCLIMATE TO THEIR NEW CITY."
Moving to a different city or state can be jarring for new recruits, but here's how companies can make them feel at home.
Hiring managers should be vying for out-of-state talent now more than ever, according to executive search and staffing firm CEO Liesl Bernard. "With the unemployment rate being as low as it is right now, it is essential for companies to put their best foot forward from the minute they start interacting with any candidate," Bernard said.
"It's essential that companies embrace the fact that they're bringing a whole family to a new environment," she said. "Have resources available to make sure the wives and the children, if that's the situation, or the husbands and the children, acclimate very well, as well."
"Employees often have multiple offers on the table at any one time, and then usually they get a counteroffer as well when they leave their current company...Companies need to realize that employees are their key asset, and both hiring and retaining their best people is essential to maintaining a competitive advantage."