Global Mobility Survey 2020/21 – Virtual Networking Event Central Europe
Santa Fe Relocation is delighted to invite you to an exclusive event to celebrate the launch of our recently published Global Mobility Survey 2020/21 ‘REPURPOSE: Challenging change’. Join us to discuss the key highlights and insights.
Dates and Time: Wednesday 2nd December at 10:00am CET
Duration: 1 hour
Register for this event to:
Gain an overview of the survey and the key findings.
Meet the authors of the report and hear their insights first-hand.
Join discussions with our guest panelists.
Ask questions, debate with your peers what the findings mean for Global Mobility teams — now and looking to the future.
Benchmark against your activities, gain recommendations for success and key take-aways.
Who should attend?
HR, Global Mobility, Business and Procurement Executives who are engaged in or connected with the deployment of internationally mobile employees. As part of our Global Mobility Insights series, these events are designed to help HR and Global Mobility professionals drive and continuously improve the development of their Global Mobility programmes.
Transformation – re-defining your global mobility purpose in 2021?
Global Mobility transformation – no change or all change?
What we did before may not get us to where we need to go in 2021.
What should mobility professionals be reflecting on to remain sustainable going forward?
The Business Leaders view of the future of Global Mobility
Talent – how will organisations evolve their talent and policy frameworks post COVID-19?
Talent – are we really all going to remain virtual in our future work roles?
Are we really seeing new talent models or is it a reaction to the here and now?
Have we opened ‘Pandora’s Box’ for people demanding work goes to them, not people going to the work?
Should I stay or should I go now? – motivating and attracting talent to relocate internationally.
Thrive – Virtual Assignment/Remote challenges and what that means for duty of care.
Exploring what we really mean by remote working and virtual assignments?
Short term response or long-term reality – will these really be the new normal talent practices?
People considerations – duty of care is more than a virtual social catch up.
Group Head of Consulting at Santa Fe Relocation
Recognised as a thought leader and speaker on strategic international HR, talent management and Global Mobility and author of Santa Fe Relocation’s award winning annual Global Mobility Survey. John works with global organisations to transform their Global Mobility programs; focusing on aligning strategic objectives with operational delivery. John has been an FCIPD for 20 years and holds an MA in Managing Human Resources.
Group Director of Visa and Immigration Services, Santa Fe Relocation
Now in his 31st year working in the field of Immigration, Peter’s career spans both government and private sector work. Peter spent 17 years at the UK Home Office working in both national and international immigration policy and strategy where he had the opportunity to work in every stage of the Immigration lifecycle.
Peter joined Santa Fe in March 2017 after having spent the previous 10 years leading IBM’s Global Border and Immigration business. A recognised thought leader and regular speaker on Border and Immigration matters, Peter included among his clients the World Economic Forum, Interpol, Department of Homeland Security, Australia Customs, the Irish Medicines Board and the UK Home Office.
Partner, Head of Global Mobility Services, EMEA Leader - Global Mobility Services at Crowe
Dinesh has more than 19 years of experience in providing cross-border technical advice and assistance in the deployment of talent by all sizes of global organisations. He has led and developed Global Mobility compliance and advisory programmes for some of the world’s leading organisations, specialising in the delivery of multi-country and multidisciplinary programmes.
He enables clients to plan and proactively manage their overall people-related costs and risks whilst avoiding the pitfalls of non-compliance.