Closing Panel Discussion: The Global Mobility Dilemma - Balancing Business Agility with Employee Experience


Panel discussion Opal Room

When precious talent is in short supply, but costs are spiraling, how can you design policies and programs that match employees’ expectations and meet the needs of the wider business?

• Do you need to redesign your policies to fit the altered business environment – and how can you add value to your mobility program but keep costs down and your stakeholders on side?

• With so many changes to traditional working patterns, what are the particular risks when managing remote workers, business travelers, assignees and contractors?

• How can you help foster an entrepreneurial, agile mindset and develop international talent that will flex with the business, embracing rather than fighting change?

• How do you measure success – are you using the right KPIs and data?

• How is the workplace and workforce evolving and how can we use developments in technology and fresh thinking to create new mobility and HR models fit for the future?

VP Global HR
uniQure biopharma B.V.
Global Mobility and Rewards Automation Manager
JDE Peet’s
Senior Attorney, International Practice
Erickson Immigration Group
Head Global Mobility