Agreed.If you have relocated, your domicile changes and might or might not have anything to do with your employment.
"Transfer" means to move from one place, department, assignment, etc. to another and the context tells you the specifics.
Transfer from one city or country to another implies relocation, of course.
I was once transferred temporily from New York to London, but since it was temporary, it was not considered relocation.
"Relocation" has specific implications in the U.S. tax code, for example.
Not everyone might see the same nuances as I, however.
Yes, but that is not its primary association. Businesses and the people who work for them often relocate or are relocated.Agreed.
"Relocated" seems to be too "big" a word to be used in this context.
But I believe it's used a lot in "gang languages":
--Let's relocate! (after shooting 3 people)