The Benefits

RCCO members host bi-monthly meetings and discussion tables with topics and keynote speakers focusing on the following:

  • Benchmarking
  • Cost of Living
  • Departure/Destination Services
  • Global Issues
  • Home Buyout Process
  • Policy Development
  • Recruiting/Retention
  • Tax Laws

Application for Membership shall be made in writing and forwarded to the Membership Coordinator. All applicants will be presented by the Membership Coordinator at the next scheduled Advisory Board meeting. Prospective members may attend one meeting prior to applying for membership.

Corporate Membership shall be open to individuals responsible for the development, strategic direction, implementation and administration of an employee relocation program and/or oversees the relocation process for each transferee.

Corporate members may have unlimited members from their organization who are actively involved in the relocation process.

Service Membership* shall be open to individuals who are employed by or own a company providing relocation services to transferring employees.

Membership requirements specific to Real Estate Professionals are as follows; the applicant must meet the same requirements as a Service Member. In addition, he/she must provide a letter from their managing broker indicating that the applicant is:

One of that firm’s designees for RCCO membership, and
Is a full-time member of that firm’s Relocation Department.

Service membership shall be limited to a maximum of four (4) members per service provider company, including all subsidiary companies thereof.

Associate Service Membership* shall be open to individuals working on-site at a Corporation and are employed by a company that provides relocation services to transferring employees.

* In order to maintain a reasonable mix of corporate and service memberships, all new Service and Associate Service membership applications must be accompanied by a new Corporate Membership application or a letter of recommendation from a current Corporate Member of RCCO.

Individual Membership shall be open to any person who formerly was active in RCCO and meets the general membership requirements, but due to employment termination or retirement is no longer eligible for either a specific Corporate/Service/Associate Service membership. Individuals with paid memberships shall be entitled to vote and participate in the activities of RCCO.

Honorary Membership can be granted by a majority vote of the Advisory Board. Honorary membership will apply to persons deemed outstanding in the relocation industry and an asset to the organization. Membership dues and voting rights are not applicable to this type of membership.

When an organization applies for membership, it shall provide the Membership Chairman with the names and addresses of the individuals who will be member(s). The Primary member must provide any changes in representation to the Membership Chairman. If any member leaves their current company they must reapply for membership with their new company or as an individual member.

The membership year shall begin on January 1 and terminate on December 31 and will be considered renewed each year with the payment of dues, unless the member company fails to remain in good standing or resigns.

Membership shall be terminated for any member whose dues are not paid by February 1st. In addition, any member who does not adhere to the established policies of guidelines set forth in the Bylaws may be terminated as a member.

Annual dues are required for membership in RCCO. Notification of the Annual Dues will be forwarded to each member by November 15th. Payment must be received by January 15th.

Payment of dues entitles each member to attend all meetings, have access to the RCCO Membership Roster and vote at the time of the annual Advisory Board elections or when a general membership vote is required.

Anyone interested in becoming a member of RCCO, and who meets the membership requirements, may attend one meeting as a guest. If they wish to become a member, they must submit an Application for Membership to the Membership Coordinator. If the criteria are met to become a member, the new member must submit payment of the annual dues.

Individuals who wish to attend meetings for educational purposes but who do not meet the criteria or membership may attend up to two meetings per year as a guest of a current RCCO member.

Guests are required to pre-register for meetings and to pay a guest fee.

The RCCO strives for active participation by all members. A member company is deemed in good standing when one company member attends at least two of the scheduled meetings per year.

Membership Fees 
Membership Fees are as follows:

  • Corporate members are free
  • $200 first service member
  • $150 each additional service member.

Fees will be collected on an annual basis. Timely payment of fees is required to remain a member in good standing.

Membership Forms
Click the following link to apply for membership online (for new members only, to change existing membership use the membership change form or the dues invoice listed below)-

Become a member
of the RCCO

Or, click on the links below to download the Word document. Fill out the form and mail it to the address provided.

Membership Application 
Membership Dues Invoice
Membership Information Change Form

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