RISMEDIA, Sept. 14, 2007-Prudential Relocation, a Prudential Financial business, announced that it has joined the Senior Executives Association’s (SEA) Corporate Advisory Board. The Board was created as a partnership between the public and private sectors to encourage exchanges of ideas and best practices with the goal of supporting good government.
“Prudential Relocation has provided employee relocation services to the Federal government since 1985. With more than 20 years of government agency experience under our belt we clearly understand the importance of recruiting and retaining qualified employees and the potential impact to the continued mobility of the federal workforce,” said Amber Tucker, senior vice president for Prudential Relocation. “Our involvement in the SEA Corporate Advisory Board will allow us to collaborate on issues of mutual interest and to share best practices between industry and government.”
Prudential Relocation has been providing relocation solutions to the government and the military since 1972. The company offers flexible programs and superior service for both domestic and international moves. It is authorized to provide services under the following programs: the GSA Federal Supply Schedule and the Centralized Household Goods Management Program (CHAMP).
“We are very pleased to have Prudential Relocation as the newest member of SEA’s Corporate Board,” said SEA President Carol Bonosaro. “The Association has had a long term interest in relocation services, given the fact that Senior Executive Service members are subject to geographic transfers. Prudential Relocation is an excellent fit for us and will bring useful information to both our Board of Directors and our members.”
Prudential Relocation provides comprehensive global relocation services to Fortune 500 corporations worldwide. With locations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Mexico, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan and China. Prudential Relocation – which operates as Pricoa Relocation in Asia and Europe – offers a broad menu of services critical to the relocation of clients’ employees, including coordination of intra- and inter-country relocations, international assignment management, intercultural training, global business consulting, appraisal, inspection and sale of relocating employees’ homes, equity advances to relocating employees, assistance in locating a home at the relocating employee’s destination, global household goods moving services and client cost-tracking and a variety of relocation policy and group move consulting services, and more.
For more information, visit www.prudential.com.