We are pleased to announce the first guests for our upcoming Global Mobility webinar on Thursday 5 May at 11am in partnership with HR Review.
|The webinar will look at how HR departments can make businesses more mobile; the effects of the ever-changing legal and immigration rules; and, how to deal with the difficult task of assisting employees in the uprooting of families, finding schools, jobs for spouses, childcare, etc. We will also discuss how HR departments can ease the trauma of moving away from home and the personal distress that this could cause both employees and their families.|
The panel will include:
Jurga McCluskey – Tax Partner at Deloitte
Jurga is a lawyer and leads Deloitte’s UK immigration practice. She has been practicing immigration law for over 10 years and has extensive experience leading global teams to deliver both strategic and personal immigration advice to multinational companies and high net worth individuals. Jurga deals with all aspects of UK inbound matters including complex appeals and review cases and is also highly experienced dealing with business evacuations and continuity issues from an immigration perspective.
Helen Walton – Director of Global Mobility at AstraZeneca Plc
For the past 13 years, Helen has led a team responsible for the design, development and delivery of high quality policy solutions and specialised programmes to support international assignments globally. In January 2011 her role was expanded to include one-time relocation globally and she is currently leading the relocation services for the strategic relocation of the UK scientific organisation and Global HQ to Cambridge. In 2010 Helen won the EMMA Global Mobility Professional award from the Forum for Expatriate Management and in 2014 the Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility award.
The webinar leads up to the ProGlobal 2016: International HR and Global Mobility conference taking place on Thursday 16 June at the Hilton Hotel in London’s Canary Wharf. Join industry leaders from Crown World Mobility, The Walt Disney Company, SIRVA, ECA International, Amey, Arup, PwC, White & Case, K2, AstraZeneca, Zurich Corporate Savings, BP and Baker Hughes and learn how to improve your global mobility strategy to reduce costs and engage key talent.