Competition for new hires is at a record high and the steps involved to convert an intern to a full-time employee is more challenging than ever.
So where does housing come into play with your interns?
While you are assessing the intern class the intern in return is gaining a “first impression” of the company. Housing is an important part of the puzzle. Yes, housing is part of the experience for the intern and due diligence will help convey company values to the employee such as culture, employee care and how the company will support them in the future.
The staff at RRI is well versed with extensive experience in finding the right “first impression” for your company. Regardless of the size of your intern class, you will find the right answer with Rental Relocation. We are proficient at tackling a wide variety of complexities such as a large intern group in one city, interns scattered across the country or rural community placement. Our staff is backed by best in class technology so you can easily track intern spend activity, and know where each of your interns are housed. You will also be given a choice of properties from which to select the best fit for your incoming class.
Our consulting team handles all lease negotiations and contract management with the property, freeing up your HR team and University Housing professionals time and resources. Rental Relocation, meanwhile, works to ensure the property is move-in ready, and communicates precise instructions to your team and your interns with all the information and details you’ll need for a seamless, meaningful experience.
You won’t find a more thorough, experienced team to help you make your interns feel at home.