International Association of Movers Annual Meet...September 23, 2021
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The team at Move4U is disappointed that the lifting of travel restrictions to the United States will come too late for us to attend the International Association of Movers Annual Meeting in Orlando.
Move4U’s Monthly round-up is the ideal way for you to read and share information about breaking news stories, events and everything that matters within the moving and relocation industry. Our editor’s pick for July discusses Harmony's new membership criteria, recovery of the European economy, how to stay safe on the road during COVID as a truck driver and last but not least, inclusivity in the industry.
Inclusivity in the Industry
Diversity and inclusivity in the workplace are becoming increasingly important, including in the moving industry. During this webinar from the IAM, experts David G. Smith, PhD, and W. Brad Johnson, PhD, discuss why and how men have a crucial role to play in promoting gender equality at work. A must see for tomorrow's leaders.
Harmony Implements Changes in Membership Criteria
Did you know that the Harmony Relocation Network's membership criteria were recently updated? According to Harmony's managing director, Paul Bernardt, the changes have been implemented to bring the rules more in line with the needs of the current market. Curious about the new criteria and what Bernardt's vision for the future is about the moving industry? Read the article here.
Safe on the Road During Covid-19
By now we know that the coronavirus has had a negative impact on supply networks. Product shortages, communication difficulties, and scheduling issues have meant that practically everyone involved in chain management has dealt with the negative results to some extent. Gineers Now explains in this article what truckers can do to get on the road safely and successfully complete their work. Curious about the tips and tricks? Then quickly go to the article.