Employee Relocation Policy Survey
The employee relocation policy survey is conducted bi-annually. The survey examines domestic, cross-border, and international relocation policies and practices and reports on observable trends. Many of Canada’s top companies participate in the survey, which is an invaluable tool for bench marking policies and programs against those of similar sized organizations and industry sectors.
The survey report is available free of charge for CERC members. Non-members may purchase the reports for $575 +GST each.
The Report is Now available. Here is a Snapshot of the Results
Order your copy today: Order 2015 Mobility Survey
CERC conducts regular surveys for the exclusive use of its members. Learn more about how CERC's Industry Survey Services can assist your organization to benchmark relocation policy or track important industry trends.
September 2016 - The Future of Talent Mobility
EuRA and CERC release ground-breaking research report on future trends in workforce mobility
Diss, UK / Toronto, Canada (October 17, 2016): The European Relocation Association (EuRA), headquartered in Diss, United Kingdom, and the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) based in Toronto, Canada, today released a ground-breaking research study on future trends in workforce mobility.
This survey is available to members only here: The Future of Talent Mobility: trends and Best Practices Based on Cross-Industry Survey Research
The survey is available for purchase in the CERC e- Store. Buy it now: Survey Purchase
March 2016 - Highlights from the 2016 Membership Survey
January 2015 - Highlights from the CERC Membership Survey
December 2013: CERC Survey: Temporary Foreign Worker Program
December 2013 CERC & Council for Global Immigration Cross Border Mobility Survey: Service Level Survey
The 2012 Global Mobility Survey conducted in partnership with Ipsos Global Public Affairs, reports on the attitudes of 12,827 working men and women in 24 countries towards international relocation for employment purposes.
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