As the world of work continues to change irrevocably, many of the workforce are now being forced to adapt to new roles to remain relevant. As a result, it’s never been so important that employees are ready and empowered to take on new roles and develop new skills. Organizations globally must find ways to ensure their workforce is resilient and ready for new purposes and goals.
To be successful, global talent mobility teams must simultaneously level up their strategies and operations, whilst also keep up with the details like those around tax and immigration compliance. And the last two years have also shown that there must be an element of preparedness and future-proofing, allowing for an ecosystem-based, flexible approach to mobility that can accept additional requirements like vaccine statuses or other additional country and region-specific nuances.
Thu, Jul 7, 2022 · 2:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Explore how to assess where your talent strategy is in terms of present market shifts and headwinds – and what you’ll need to tackle next
Understand what you need to prioritize when it comes to the changing expectations – from improved user experience to greater flexibility
Hear success stories for getting global talent mobility programs off the ground and achieving great results
Create opportunities for your team, and your organization’s employees to level up and strive for success
Kate has worked in HR tech for 18 years. Now heading up content labs and insight for UNLEASH, she works with organizations using HR, talent, and learning technologies to feed into the research and content agenda, shaping insight and analysis...
Cathy is an experienced global mobility professional and has worked in all aspects of global mobility. Prior to joining Equus, Cathy spent 15 years at a big 4 in the US, UK and Belgium in client service, mobility technology and as a chief of staff...