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Chris Pardo, Vice President of Consulting , Plus Relocation

Chris Pardo

Vice President of Consulting at Plus Relocation

Minneapolis, United States

About Me

Meaningful acronyms: SGMS-T 

What he’s known for: Evaluating and executing global mobility programs and expatriate management; unbeatable experience in global compensation and international policy; helping develop innovative client policy and process solutions; enthusiasm; writing unnecessarily long responses to just about everything 

Path that brought him to plus: Chris is an educator at heart. Before coming to Plus, he shared his passion as a teacher for years. Fun fact: he also ran a small service business prior to Plus! 

Problem’s he’s best at solving: “I love ideating so I like being brought into any problem that might need alternative solutions and brainstorming.” 

What he’s passionate about: Creating uniquely customized global mobility programs that are compliant, operationally sound and cost effective; keeping his eyes peeled for meaningful innovations; dancing to Taylor Swift tunes 

Accolades: Worldwide ERC® Meritorious Service Award 

Why people want to work with Chris: His insightful and interesting perspective; his sense of humor and occasional irreverent comment; he’s a virtual geyser of ideas (whether they’re wanted or not!); he’s quick to smile and quicker to help!

Favorite quote: “All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost, the old that is strong does not wither, deep roots are not reached by the frost.” – J. R. R. Tolkien

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Plus Relocation

Global mobility done differently

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