A good start is important for those posted abroad. Yet what those who return home ahead of time have in common is that the family does not feel comfortable in the foreign country.

That is why we focus on two things:

1. We relieve future employees of all time-consuming and gruelling red tape: residence permits, work permits, driver’s licence transfers, etc.

2. We look for the right home in the right environment and support the family.

We have therefore developed an IHIDA questionnaire which conclusively outlines the most important concerns and needs.

  • A well-integrated family gives an employee a solid backing.
  • The new employee knows that the family is well taken care of and says “thank you” through concentrated work.
  • The burden is removed from the HR Department.
  • The dropout rate among those relocated abroad is low.