relocation costs

relocation costs

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relocation expenses

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) payment made by an employer or a government agency to cover removal expenses and other costs incurred by an employee who is required to take up employment elsewhere
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The company took a pretax charge of $4.5 million in the quarter for relocation costs, severance, termination and retirement benefits related to the move of sales, marketing and design personnel to North Carolina.
These issues involving employee relocation costs are not new.
The company will incur restructuring costs related to one-time employee termination benefits, employee relocation costs, and site closure costs currently estimated to be $5.0M, which will be primarily paid in cash in the second quarter of 2018.
Bergano submitted an estimate of $458,393 for relocation costs to the city, which included hiring a real estate broker and all the new equipment and construction costs the move required.
These incentives typically include signing bonuses, student loan forgiveness, tuition reimbursement and reimbursement of relocation costs.
If you leave it too late, you may be left unable to remove the mast from your land or be faced with a heavy bill for relocation costs.
Norman Hay said the proceeds from the sale would be used in part to fund relocation costs, with the remaining proceeds being reinvested for future growth.
You will want to consider every projected occupancy cost, including build-out and relocation costs. You will also want to think about costs associated with leaving your existing location, such as restorations costs and penalty payments--if they apply.
The move has been funded from the government's Single Regeneration Budget, with some relocation costs financed by Warwick District Council.
She also is suing for equipment that was damaged, relocation costs and damage to her reputation, all which total around $200,000.
Calvary will sell the house to recoup the $12,000 in relocation costs.