(COPPELL, TEXAS – March 6, 2020) VERSA Relocation is proud to announce the signing of a new construction and aggregate client to its expanding portfolio. Based in Denver, Colorado, this client provides aggregate building and commercial construction materials through 12 operating companies, providing product and services in 22 U.S. states and Canada.

This client sources talent in challenging job market. They needed assistance to support their recruiting and talent efforts, as well as to streamline their relocation offering to new and existing employees. VERSA will provide full domestic relocation benefits to homeowners and non-homeowners in the relocation program.

“With so many different divisions and a decentralized relocation program, this client really needed support and guidance to lead them through the process of making relocation uniform and simplified across all business units,” said Nikki Brossman, Client Services Manager at VERSA. “David Bradstreet and I worked together closely to develop a relocation solution that meets the needs of all their internal customers, and ultimately improve the experience of relocating employees. Our team loves a challenge and it is fun to see the impact of the change in their program!”

 

About VERSA Relocation

VERSA Relocation, Inc. assists clients with moving employees across the country and around the world. We listen to what clients need and design exceptional programs from an array of relocation services. Aside from being top-notch listeners, we are experts on policy review and design, best-in-class practices, on identifying challenges and unique problems, and working with clients to develop inventive and intelligent solutions. VERSA is one of four companies under the banner of international household goods mover Daryl Flood, Inc. This means two things: VERSA is backed by a financially sound and organizationally constant company – and one with a deep understanding of mobility needs. To find out more about our company, please visit our website at VERSArelocation.com.

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