Cartus unveils new UK regional headquarters

Cartus Corporation, a global leader in talent mobility and corporate relocation solutions, has opened its brand-new UK collaboration hub, Arclite House, in Swindon.

Cartus UK Leadership Tracy Edmonds, Global Head of Human Resources, Cartus; David Pascoe, Executive Senior Vice President, EMEA and APAC, Global Talent Mobility, Cartus; and Alex Harris, Vice President, Global Talent Mobility, Cartus

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The opening of the new offices is part of Cartus’ transformation plan and brand essence, which accents flexibility and customer focus under the Where Mobility Meets AgilitySM strapline.The bespoke UK facility, with its striking design and lakeside location, helps support this new work model, fostering an inclusive environment for employees by ensuring they have a space that promotes enhanced collaboration, creativity and communication.

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Embracing new ways of working

With global mobility expertise a critical element in supporting clients to achieve their own talent goals, Cartus has transformed the way it does business over the last several years. It has moved to a hybrid work model where many of its employees serve their customers remotely — all while continuing to deliver the highest quality service to customers.Cartus’ Arclite House in Swindon is purposefully designed to create spaces where teams can collaborate inclusively in a central hub that supports Cartus values and ethos around agility, resilience and digital collaboration.The office includes open hot-desking spaces for collaborative work, networking and informal huddle spaces, and revamped meeting rooms for more private discussions or in-depth project work and ideation. The flexible layout also amplifies Cartus’ continued focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) values. 

Supporting skills development for hybrid practices

As part of the renewed brand focus, Cartus has developed training programmes for employees so they can transition to the new hybrid working norm in the best way possible. These focus on strengthening and developing new ‘power skills’ such as agility, resilience, and digital collaboration.Cartus has also enhanced its DEI training to continue its journey and commitment to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment — especially important with its remote work arrangements. “The flexibility and empowerment of our employees is an important part of Cartus’ vision and how we continue to engage with our talent to foster the unique team spirit of the Cartus family,” explains David Pascoe, executive senior vice president, EMEA and APAC, global talent mobility, Cartus.“We opened our first UK office in 1979, and investing in this new hub is another significant milestone in the company’s history."It demonstrates our commitment to ensure employees have the opportunity to meet in person to strategise, socialise and connect, working together to deliver exceptional service to our clients and their relocating employees.” 

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