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Lump Sum Allowances - One Size Does Not Fit All

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By providing a geographically-sensi ve amount specific to an individual employee's family dynamic, you get a lump sum program that provides the best fit for every transferee. Your organiza on can con nue to control costs and create fairness. Excep on requests will decline when your transferees are provided with what they need to get from point A to point B. And it doesn't hurt that your transferee will have more flexibility using their allowance. That's a win for both you and the transferee. Now you can see why a geographically-specific, calculated lump sum program is a more effec ve method than a fixed lump sum, distance-based model. If you s ll have ques ons or you're ready to put it into prac ce, we're here for you. If you want to learn more about transferee-specific lump sums, and receive a sample report, reach out to the Motus team today. CONTACT US Your organiza on can con nue to CONTROL COSTS AND CREATE FAIRNESS

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