(Aurora, COLO) – Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide, Inc. has announced that the seventh annual Graebel University relocation policy summit will be held on February 19-21 at the Company's world headquarters in Colorado. Approximately one hundred executives responsible for their Fortune 500 companies’ global mobility programs will meet in mid-February in Denver.
Tim Callahan, chief operating officer stated, “The policy summit brings together global mobility and human resources professionals from across the country each year. Our world headquarters serves as the backdrop for this event in which human resource professionals from the Fortune 500 develop their agenda to discuss contemporary solutions to the most challenging and trending issues in global mobility.”
As evidence of the value that industry organizations place on the seventh annual summit, participants are eligible to earn general credit hours for the Professional in Human Resources® (PHR), Senior Professional in Human Resources® (SPHR) and Global Professional in Human Resources® (GPHR) re-certifications through the HR Certification Institute. Additionally, attendees can log re-certification credits for each of their Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC) credentials, the Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP) and the Global Mobility Specialist® (GMS).
About Graebel Companies, Inc.
Graebel is a global business that manages single source relocation and moving services for the Fortune 1000 in 153 countries. Worldwide, single source solutions span global mobility from home sale to visa assistance; move management; office relocation to freight forwarding. In-theatre centers are nationwide, in Singapore, Prague, and in Shanghai, China. Graebel holds multiple credentials such as ProMoverSM and has earned industry accolades. Top-ratings include the Relocation Baker’s Dozen; the Platinum award; and more! www.graebel.com