10 tips for beating the stress of relocation

September 1997
Workforce;Sep97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p3
Offers tips for employees on how to handle the stressful effects of workplace relocation. Includes ordering of a telephone directory for the destination city; Involvement of children in the relocation process; Consultation with church for referrals to houses of worship; Benefits of buying guidebooks.


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