Date: Tuesday, 30th November
Time: 9am-10am, GMT
Join our webinar to hear the authors debate and analyse the latest findings from REDEFINE: Global Mobility Survey report 2021/22.
Register today and hear first-hand the research insights directly from the authors to:
+ Leverage the report to brief business leaders in your organisation on the transformation opportunities in response to the new normal.
+ Discover the latest themes and trends from the Global Mobility (GM) industry.
+ Gain insights and recommendations on how to drive and continuously improve the development of your Global Mobility programme.
John Rason, Group Head of Consulting at Santa Fe Relocation, will chair the webinar and will be joined by:
Julia Palmer: Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Relocation, Santa Fe Relocation
Selina Jones-May: Global Specialist HR Leader, External Advisor, Freelance Consultant, Jones-May Consulting
Dinesh Jangra: Head of Global Mobility Services, Global Practice Leader – Global Mobility Services at Crowe
Peter Graham: Group Director of Visa and Immigration services
Transformation – As a result of the pandemic, Global Mobility teams have increasingly become more visible to business leaders and are expected to be key stakeholders in managing increasingly hybrid global workforce.
+ How will this impact your Global Mobility programme?
+ Supply chain management: what should GM teams expect from their external suppliers (partner, service provider or vendor)?
+ Are your GM teams equipped with the right talent and technical resources for the new normal?
Talent – Evolving talent scene where remote working and virtual or hybrid assignments have increased along with a resurgence of all types of international work arrangements.
+ Is virtual working here to stay and is there a tension between the conflicting agenda of organisations and employees?
+ Will cross-border travel recover and if so, what are the potential risks?
+ How and what can GM teams contribute to the ED&I agenda?
Risk – Organisations are seeking to rapidly adapt to a new norm of virtual, remote and hybrid working arrangements.
+ What should organisations be considering from a compliance perspective in regard to virtual, remote and hybrid working arrangements?
+ What is happening with duty of care?
+ Key learnings from COVID-19 – will you ready for another crisis?
+ What role should your supply chain play in supporting your risk management?