Pre-Decision Services

Pre-Decision Services

 

PRE-DECISION SERVICES

Before an international employee can make a decision about relocating to the U.S. there are many questions that need to be addressed in addition to the new employment offer. Often, these questions center on becoming more familiar with the area and it’s resources. For families, considerations such as transferring schools and credits, or special needs programs are high-priority concerns. Additionally, if both parents are working or if the employee is a single parent, choices for daycare and preschool opportunities may need to be explored very early on.

PRE-DECISION SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • · Pre-trip correspondence via email and/or phone.
  • · Meeting for overview of area; discussion of neighborhoods and map.
  • · Guided tour of city; brochures and discussion of local area activities.
  • · Visit up to three houses as a representative sampling.

Pre-Decision Services options:
  • Pre-trip correspondence via email and phone conversation.
  • Meeting for overview of area; discussion of neighborhoods and map review
  • Customized package with information on neighborhoods, local activities, hospitals...
  • Guided city tour
  • Visit of up to 3 houses/condos/apartments as a sample of the local real estate market
  • Review Georgia State curriculum, local district policies, enrollment and registration requirements and procedures.
  • Research appropriate preschools, public K-12 schools, private schools, or universities as needed.
  • Schedule accompanied, custom tour of public and/or private schools in desired areas; coordinate meeting with administrators or support staff as available.

  • Familiarity Tours
  • Housing
  • Community Connections
  • Customized Research
  • Consultation with The Family
  • Cost of Living Comparisons
  • Video Introductions
  • Phone Consultation
  • Customized Research
  • Individual and Group Tours
 
Based on their unique interests and preferences, associates receive a personalized orientation to the area during the interview process and/or after accepting an offer.

Geared toward recruitment and retention, this customized area tour focuses on familiarizing the associate housing, neighborhoods, schools, communities, local attractions, commute times, daily essentials, and activities related to his/her lifestyle preferences


Before an international employee can make a decision about relocating to the U.S. there are many questions that need to be addressed in addition to the new employment offer. Often, these questions center on becoming more familiar with the area and it’s resources. For families, considerations such as transferring schools and credits, or special needs programs are high-priority concerns. Additionally, if both parents are working or if the employee is a single parent, choices for daycare and preschool opportunities may need to be explored very early on.