Relocation

If your career requires you to relocate, you may have a lot to consider. Moving to a new city in order to advance your career can be an exciting step, but you may need several resources to ensure that move goes smoothly, especially if you have a spouse and/or family who will be moving with you. Your current employer may cover some, or all, of your moving costs, travel costs, or offer subsidies for cost of living if you are moving to a more expensive city. You may need to find new child care, or you may require assistance in selecting a new school in your new neighbourhood. Your spouse may need a referral to a recruiter, or other forms of job search assistance. Relocating to a new position in a new city may bring with it many questions, but Kinjunxion is here to help you find the answers you need!

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Strategic Relocation

North American Guide to Safe Places

Relocations

Queer Suburban Imaginaries

What queer lives, loves and possibilities teem within suburbia's little boxes? Moving beyond the imbedded urban/rural binary, Relocations offers the first major queer cultural study of sexuality, race and representation in the suburbs. Focusing on the region humorists have referred to as Lesser Los Angeles-a global prototype for sprawl-Karen Tongson weaves through suburbia's nowherespaces to survey our spatial imaginaries: the aesthetic, creative and popular materials of the new suburbia.

Relocation, Gender, and Emotion

A Psycho-social Perspective on the Experiences of Military Wives

This book has two main aims: firstly, to provide a rare, detailed description of the use of a psychoanalytically informed, reflexive research method to achieve an in-depth understanding of social phenomena; and secondly, to throw some much needed light onto the complex, intrapsychic and interpersonal influences that impact upon "military wives" who accompany members of the British Armed Forces to postings overseas. These arguments are particularly relevant at a time when the military is over-stretched, given that unhappy wives can adversely affect the retention of servicemen. This is an import.

Making the Big Move

How to Transform Relocation Into a Creative Life Transition

Explores what moving means to individuals and turning the move into a positive, productive, and enriching experience

Relocation Issues in Child Custody Cases

Find out how evaluators, mediators, and judges deal with the issues of relocation in divorced families In the past, the relocation of a parent or child in custody cases was rarely a problem for divorced families—there was little conflict and little need for court intervention. But with the growth of shared custody, more fathers involved in parenting after divorce, and an increase in litigation between conflicted parents, relocation has become a complex issue that’s difficult for evaluators, judges, and public policymakers to resolve. Relocation Issues in Child Custody Cases offers a firsthand look at how evaluators investigate, predict, and make recommendations; how judges reach decisions based on those recommendations; and how individual states deal with relocation cases. Relocation Issues in Child Custody Cases examines how evaluators, mediators, and judges can best facilitate an environment where a child has an ongoing relationship with two parents, regardless of where each parent lives. This unique book looks at how the landscape in relocation cases has changed since the California Supreme Court’s landmark 2004 ruling in the LaMusga move-away case, examining relevant topics, including individual state statutes on relocation; a survey of courts in the United States; the functions of an evaluator; how a judge analyzes data before reaching a decision; parental conflict; domestic violence; change of circumstances; primary residence; and the process of developing parenting plans. Relocation Issues in Child Custody Cases examines: whether negative outcomes of parental relocation after divorce were a result of pre-existing conflict and domestic violence whether the “best interests of the child” is an acceptable standard in relocation cases investigative models for evaluators “for the move” and “against the move” biases—and how to reduce them a format for analyzing evidence in relocation cases the risks and benefits of presumptions in family law matters and much more Relocation Issues in Child Custody Cases is an essential resource for evaluators, mediators, judges, caseworkers, child psychologists, family therapists, and child advocates.

A Guide to employee relocation and relocation policy development

Managing Your Move

The Complete Relocation Guide

Thinking about moving and don't know where to begin? Cathryn Duffy's "Managing Your Move" is here to help. Relocation is usually stressful and overwhelming, but with the appropriate guidance, the process can be a rewarding adventure. This easy to understand, informative, and useful book is for the reader who is facing this daunting task. The chapters are arranged in chronological order to assist you and simplify your move one step at a time. Whether you are moving across the country or just across town, "Managing Your Move" will help you feel organized and prepared for this life-altering experience.

Relocation

An Autobiographical Musing

This is the biography and odyssey of a man experiencing the ups and downs and the pitfalls and success of a charmed life. Experience the progression from employment to retirement, the trials and tribulation of becoming a gentleman farmer, the excitement of purchasing a thoroughbred racehorse, the resulting glory of watching it finish first at a major track, and the satisfaction of traveling the globe. It is told together with untold cruising, visiting the exciting ports of the world. It is a life lived and enjoyed, as only he could have perceived it.

The Relocation of Dentists: Kentucky

Industry on the Move

Causes and Consequences of International Relocation in the Manufacturing Industry

Women, America, and Movement

Narratives of Relocation

Since the colonial days, American women have traveled, migrated, and relocated, always faced with the challenge of reconstructing their homes for themselves and their families. Women, America, and Movement offers a journey through largely unexplored territory--the experiences of migrating American women. These narratives, both real and imagined, represent a range of personal and critical perspectives; some of the women describe their travels as expansive and freeing, while others relate the dreadful costs and sacrifices of relocating. Despite the range of essays featured in this study, the writings all coalesce around the issues of politics, poetry, and self- identity described by Adrienne Rich as the elements of the "politics of location," treated here as the politics of relocation. The narratives featured in this book explore the impact of race, class, and sexual economics on migratory women, their self-identity, and their roles in family and social life. These issues demonstrate that in addition to geographic place, ideology is itself a space to be traversed. By examining the writings of such women as Louise Erdrich, Zora Neale Hurston, and Gertrude Stein, the essayists included in this volume offer a variety of experiences. The book confronts such issues as racist politicking against Native Americans, African Americans, and Asian immigrants; sexist attitudes that limit women to the roles of wife, mother, and sexual object; and exploitation of migrants from Appalachia and of women newly arrived in America. These essays also delve into the writings themselves by looking at what happens to narrative structure as authors or their characters cross geographic boundaries. The reader sees how women writers negotiate relocation in their texts and how the written word becomes a place where one finds oneself.

Night Spirits

The Story of the Relocation of the Sayisi Dene

For over 1500 years, the Sayisi Dene, 'The Dene from the East', led an independent life, following the caribou herds and having little contact with white society. In 1956, an arbitrary government decision to relocate them catapulted the Sayisi Dene into the 20th century. It replaced their traditional nomadic life of hunting and fishing with a slum settlement on the outskirts of Churchill, Manitoba. Inadequately housed, without jobs, unfamiliar with the language or the culture, their independence and self-determination deteriorated into a tragic cycle of discrimination, poverty, alcoholism and violent death. By the early 1970s, the band realized they had to take their future into their own hands again. After searching for a suitable location, they set up a new community at Tadoule Lake, 250 miles north of Churchill. Today they run their own health, education and community programs. But the scars of the relocation will take years to heal, and Tadoule Lake is grappling with the problems of a people whose ties to the land, and to one another, have been tragically severed. In Night Spirits, the survivors, including those who were children at the time of the move, as well as the few remaining elders, recount their stories. They offer a stark and brutally honest account of the near-destruction of the Sayisi Dene, and their struggle to reclaim their lives. It is a dark story, told in hope.

Hamilton.Planning & Economic Development Department - Economic Development - City Hall

The central point of contact for business assistance, its services are geared to serve new start-up companies, corporate relocations, and the expansion and retention of existing business.

Oakville. Economic Development - Invest Oakville - Oakville Town Hall

Services are geared to serve new start-up companies, corporate relocations and the expansion and retention of existing businesses.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton (The) - Office for Refugees

Main focus is the relocation and resettlement of refugees made possible through the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program, which enables Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents, working together with parishes or other religious orders/community organizations, to sponsor refugees from abroad.

Tourism Brantford

Tourist information about Brantford, County of Brant, Six Nations * Convention and special event information * Sightseeing area tours, step-on guide, and motorcoach packages, sport tournament hosting bids, convention bids, relocation and leisure traveller information * one meeting space

Spectra Helpline - Multilingual Helplines - Brampton - Hurontario St

Spectra’s comprehensively trained volunteer responders are committed to providing phone support for:
Coping - juggling work & family life, interpersonal relationships, personal time/interests
Anxiety/Stress - impact of physical, mental, emotional and financial stress
Settlement & Integration - Language, culture and traditions
Relocation - New city, new country, new people, new community
Depression/continued sadness
Divorce -- separation/dealing with conflicts
Abuse -- seniors/ men/ women -- physical, mental, emotional
Job loss -- frustration/stress associated with unemployment or under-employment
Isolation & Loneliness
Loss & Grief
Parenting
Relationship Issues
Acceptance and Support -- Coming Out issues for LGBTQ

Spectra Helpline - Touching Base Program - Brampton - Hurontario St

Provides confidential reassurance through receiving regular ongoing phone calls and support from a trained, diverse and dedicated volunteer team

Trained to provide phone support for:

Coping - juggling work & family life, interpersonal relationships, personal time/interests
Anxiety/Stress - impact of physical, mental, emotional and financial stress
Settlement & Integration - Language, culture and traditions
Relocation - New city, new country, new people, new community
Depression/continued sadness
Divorce -- separation/dealing with conflicts
Abuse -- seniors/ men/ women -- physical, mental, emotional
Job loss -- frustration/stress associated with un-employment or under-employment
Isolation & Loneliness
Loss & Grief
Parenting
Relationships
Acceptance and Support -- Coming Out issues

Spectra Helpline - Touching Base Program - Brampton - Hurontario St

Provides confidential reassurance through receiving regular ongoing phone calls and support from a trained, diverse and dedicated volunteer team

Trained to provide phone support for:

Coping - juggling work & family life, interpersonal relationships, personal time/interests
Anxiety/Stress - impact of physical, mental, emotional and financial stress
Settlement & Integration - Language, culture and traditions
Relocation - New city, new country, new people, new community
Depression/continued sadness
Divorce -- separation/dealing with conflicts
Abuse -- seniors/ men/ women -- physical, mental, emotional
Job loss -- frustration/stress associated with un-employment or under-employment
Isolation & Loneliness
Loss & Grief
Parenting
Relationships
Acceptance and Support -- Coming Out issues

Spectra Helpline - Multilingual Helplines - Brampton - Hurontario St

Spectra’s comprehensively trained volunteer responders are committed to providing phone support for:
Coping - juggling work & family life, interpersonal relationships, personal time/interests
Anxiety/Stress - impact of physical, mental, emotional and financial stress
Settlement & Integration - Language, culture and traditions
Relocation - New city, new country, new people, new community
Depression/continued sadness
Divorce -- separation/dealing with conflicts
Abuse -- seniors/ men/ women -- physical, mental, emotional
Job loss -- frustration/stress associated with unemployment or under-employment
Isolation & Loneliness
Loss & Grief
Parenting
Relationship Issues
Acceptance and Support -- Coming Out issues for LGBTQ

Spectra Helpline - Peel Elder Abuse Support Program - Brampton - Hurontario St

Provides telephone support and information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to seniors or anyone in the community experiencing elder abuse, or for anyone who knows someone who is being mistreated * when deemed appropriate, and with client consent, Spectra will connect clients to a Family Services of Peel outreach worker * together Spectra Helpline and Family Services of Peel are working to promote awareness, discontinue elder abuse, and to keep people safe

Spectra Helpline - Peel Elder Abuse Support Program - Brampton - Hurontario St

Provides telephone support and information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to seniors or anyone in the community experiencing elder abuse, or for anyone who knows someone who is being mistreated * when deemed appropriate, and with client consent, Spectra will connect clients to a Family Services of Peel outreach worker * together Spectra Helpline and Family Services of Peel are working to promote awareness, discontinue elder abuse, and to keep people safe

Spectra Helpline - Postpartum Family Support Line - Brampton - Hurontario St

Answered by trained staff and volunteers who provide caring, emotional support to women and their families during the prenatal and postpartum period

Spectra Helpline - 24 / 7 Helpline (English) - Brampton - Hurontario St

Offers 24/7 English telephone support, crisis intervention, suicide intervention and referrals to the community * trained volunteers answer the line and provide listening, emotional support and empathy

Spectra Helpline aims to:

Minimize potential harm to all parties involved, through crisis assessment and intervention techniques
Encourage discussion on the level of feelings and from a position of strength, using active listening
Give emotional 'first aid’ to the caller
Reduce isolation where the extended family support network has broken down
Empower the caller to cope with specific aspects of their life
Make the appropriate community referrals
Let the caller know that there are people who care and want to listen to what they have to say