11th May 2017 - FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting – “How are Global Mobility Teams Navigating the Rapidly Changing Political Climate?”

In the last 12 months, major political decisions and events – such as the vote for Brexit and the recent US travel ban – have had a significant impact on how businesses approach mobilisation of talent. Simultaneously, the rising tide of populism and nationalism is increasingly impacting on international mobility.

More than ever, global mobility teams play an important and strategic role in ensuring that the right people can be in the right place at the right time. Is your organisation ready to deal with the changes?

Our keynote speakers Cory Davie, Partner – Control Risk Australia Pacific and Nikki Dryden, Senior Associate – US Attorney at Law at Fragomen worldwide will during the session outline:

  • Key trends which are directly impacting on the movement of people
  • How businesses are navigating through the changing political landscape
  • The ways in which mobility programs are being adapted in response
  • Recent changes in Australia including the abolishment of 457 visas


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