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Helpful Articles - Working in Guam

Why Moving Freight Around Guam Is Different Than Anywhere Else

As 15,000 Instagram posts with the hashtag #OnlyonGuam suggest, there are plenty of things unique to the island. As our Tamuning-based team will tell you, this idea extends to many aspects of what we do at DeWitt Guam, including moving freight around the island. To give you a few examples of how moving freight around Guam might be a little different than in other destinations, we’ve put together a quick list for you. Whether you’re interested in Guam trucking—or you simply want to deepen your understanding of how logistics on Guam work—we’ll walk you through a couple of the challenges we encounter, as well as […]

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Household Moves & Freight to Guam: Latest Updates

Like many other Pacific Islands, the population of Guam has been affected by the arrival of COVID-19. On March 14, Guam’s Governor, Lou Leon Guerrero, declared a public health emergency, suspending non-essential government operations and banning large gatherings to minimize the spread of COVID-19 on the island. Practically, this means that schools are closed, parks and beaches are closed and all businesses considered non-essential are closed as well. As a transportation and logistics company critical in supporting Guam’s supply chain, DeWitt Guam is considered an essential business. Both DeWitt Guam and our DeWitt sister companies will continue to remain open and operational to keep both […]

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9 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Business Continuity Plans 

When it comes to ensuring a long life for your business, some owners focus exclusively on the day-to-day: getting customers in the door, delivering top-level service and fostering repeat business. While those processes are the lifeblood of any successful company, it’s also important to look ahead to the future—and plan for the unexpected.  That’s where a business continuity plan comes in. What happens to your business in the case of a fire, flood, power interruption—or some other unexpected event that interrupts your business’s operations? How will you serve your customers? How will you keep revenue coming in the door? How will you continue to pay your employees?  Your business continuity […]

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3 Things to Consider When Crafting an Employee Relocation Policy

Having a relocation policy isn’t just for corporations with big HR departments – it’s an essential tool for any organization that offers incentives for employee relocation. While about 70% of U.S. companies provide relocation assistance to help pay for the transition, only one in five HR professionals rate their relocation program as “highly successful.” A relocation policy that outlines the process, benefits, and points of contact along the way not only supports your employees, it helps keep your business running smoothly. A relocation strategy can save money, too. Statistics show that costs can range from $85,673 to relocate a current employee who’s a homeowner to […]

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