Relocation Management in Sweden - Stockholm, Malmo, Lund, Gothenburg and nationwide

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Smooth Arrival, Easy living, Swift departure - for a fantastic stay in Sweden. With 20 years of relocation experience, helping thousands of families and individuals move to Sweden, we have developed flexible and unique relocation programs to Sweden for a successful and worry free transfer.

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We've refined our relocation programs to suit all needs, from basic to VIP, for a worry free stay in Sweden.

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Latest from Our Relocation Blog

5 ways to speed up your VISA application

As with all corporate immigration, immigration compliance is essential when relocating employees to Sweden, a process that can be very time consuming.  Shaving days off each step of your employee’s VISA application can be a great gain for a project or for the future of a company. So how can you save time? As always,

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How your productivity affects the bottom line!

Productivity at work is a popular topic and we are continuously striving to do more in a shorter amount of time. Working from home is really efficient – have you heard it before? Telecommuting is another trend as many have cumbersome travels to the office, however being in a service industry we have to be

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Immigration Challenges for Startups and Emerging Businesses in Sweden

Tech startups in Sweden often publicly complain about the lengthy immigration processes when sourcing talent outside of Europe. It hinders their growth and they think it extremely unfair that they cannot fast track their applications. Applications are processed by the Swedish Migration Agency, whose main aim is to ensure that a person moving to Sweden

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“Shared” apartments in Stockholm – let the buyer beware!

Moving staff to Stockholm has one major challenge – the housing market. Many within HR find themselves spending a disproportionate amount of time talking about and searching for housing as well as negotiating with landlords, especially if the company policy is that expats should be taking care of housing themselves. Warning bells So when relocating

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How to greet new employees – a checklist guide

Welcoming new employees is lovely and demanding at the same time, especially if you have recruited from abroad to fill a skills gap. The needs are different and far more wide reaching than for the local hires who are truly local. Make the first month a positive one! There are a number of things to

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Newcomer’s guide to Temporary Accommodation in Sweden

The most common challenges to finding temporary accommodation in Sweden are Limited supply A shortage of larger rentals – small apartments are the norm for serviced flats Pets are not welcome Many expats moving to Sweden have to wait for their household goods to arrive. This means that there is often a need for temporary

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What are the most common reasons that a work visa (for Sweden) is turned down?

After spending a lot of resources on talent acquisition, the last thing you want it to trip on the last stumbling block. Government compliance is a key component for successful talent management and relocating employees to Sweden. The talent pool in Sweden is often too small when you need to close a skill gap. Once

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When things go wrong in Relocation – learning from our mistakes

Sometimes the relocation of an employee simply fails. After twenty years in the relocation business, we almost always know when it will happen and why. We’d like to share the most common reasons for unsuccessful relocations. Unsurprisingly, most of them are related to disgruntled employees. 8 COMMON REASONS FOR UNSUCCESSFUL RELOCATION COST – Cost of

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Recruiting employees to Sweden – Do Swedes really have a better life?

What’s it really like to live and work in Sweden?  It’s an important question and not exactly an easy one to answer as there is a lot more to life than the cold numbers of GDP and economic statistics. Fortunately, The Better Life Index, an OECD initiative, allows you to compare well-being across 36 countries, based

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Why less is more in Global Policy for cross border employee movements

Global policies tend to be driven by the following factors; Control of employees, programs and vendors Cost cutting Compliance Talent management The fourth is the most important one since the goal is to have the right person in the right place at the right time and everything else ties in to this. Global mobility programs

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When your employees relocate to Sweden they are confronted with most challenging rental market in the universe –  what does that mean for your vacation?

Moving to Sweden is great once the property search has been concluded. Many corporate companies that send staff to Stockholm are faced with “Policy vs. vacation, Policy vs. Vacation – that is the question” What is most important sticking to a policy that requires personal leases or get employees in housing and ready to start

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The High Cost of Low Cost!

Many global companies are feeling the crunch right now and understandably want to lower costs in many areas of operations, including their Global Mobility Programs. While cost cutting is understandable, there are some areas of the program where it is highly advisable not to try to save money, if major headaches want to be avoided.

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10 tips for surviving the first four weeks of your new job

Starting a new job is a major change in most people’s lives. Getting off to a good start and making a good impression usually require some smart choices. As the saying goes, you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.   You know this one already – sleep quality matters. Go to

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10 ways you can help your cross border employees with a smooth transition

Remember your first day on the job? Fun, confusing, nerve wrecking and being really tired at the end of the day?  Imagine doing that in a new country that you’ve just moved to, with a language that is like Double Dutch and a tonne of uncertainty about how working and living in this foreign place

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How to make friends in Sweden as an Expat

Leaving your home and close ones is never an easy thing to do.  But when new perspectives await you and you decide to relocate the first thing you need to do is to create new connections so homesickness won’t feel so acute. Following these essential five steps will help you integrate easier: 1) Learn the

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12 tips to lighten your load when moving to Sweden

Peak season for moving is approaching fast. With 20 years’ experience in the relocation business, we’ve learned a thing or two about moving over the years. We’d like to share our best tips to help you move with ease. Clothes – Be ruthless. Don’t pack anything you haven’t used in the last 24 months. If

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3 Things to Think of When Sending Employees to Sweden in 2015

Every year has it challenges and benefits! This year offers more properties for rent than usual – great news! Schools enrollments are higher than usual – plan early. Fewer corporate serviced apartments allow pets as guests compared to last year! We are solutions-oriented and love welcoming people and making their transition easy and comfortable. Call

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Why Offering Departure Services is a Competitive Advantage on the Swedish Rental Market!

Many Swedish landlords expect tenants to have a relocation company assisting with the moving out. As a transferee, consider prepaying for the departure service on your upcoming summer move out. We see more and more landlords requesting that the tenant also has a representative to liaise with the move out. Some companies believe that by

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