Moving for a job can be a complicated and difficult process; however, if you are moving because your employer has asked you to, the upside is that your value has been recognized and your company is likely to be more than willing to assist you with the relocation.
In order for your move to be a success, you need to stay organized. A lot of the difficulty of moving is caused by the management of logistics, such as having to leave your existing home and find somewhere new. Being organized and keeping to-do lists for both of your arrival and departure locations can make it a lot easier to keep on top of everything that needs to be done.
It is also a very good idea to know precisely what resources are available to you. The great majority of companies will be able to provide you with a wide range of relocation services and many will also be very flexible in terms of what they offer. You need to take the time to find out precisely what is available to you and then make use of it. Some companies may be willing to pay for such things as house hunting trips, assisting with the buying and selling of your home, and transporting your cars.
If assistance with the move has not already been offered by your employer, do not be afraid to ask for it. Make sure you have done your research on the cost of moving so that you are able to give your employer a detailed estimate.