20th February: Brisbane – Global Mobility Speed Dating

There have been many requests from those attending FEM events for discussion around Global Mobility Policy, Process and Compliance – especially current trends. 
We have asked our panel to select areas of policy that most interest them; develop a discussion around the strategy behind it, when does it works well and what are the challenges associated with it.
20th February 2014
111 Eagle Street
QLD 4000
Registration – 07:30
Start – 08:00
Close – 09:30    

Arieta Gavriniotis – Global Mobility Manager, Ausenco

As manager, Global Mobility, Arieta is responsible for the strategic development, implementation and management of Global Mobility at Ausenco.  Arieta has over a decade of experience as a HR practitioner within the mining, resources, oil and gas industries.  Arieta has spent the last 5 years as a Global Mobility subject matter expert.  Arieta has worked and lived internationally most recently in Africa, North and South America.

Alastair Wiseman – Human Capital Business Partner for Queensland, Aurecon.

Alastair, a generalist HR practitioner with over 15 years of Human Resources experience. Graduate of Human Resources from the Otago University (NZ), with a genuine passion forhands on HR work. Alastair has worked and lived overseas in the UK, New Zealand and PNG, within the Banking, Mining, Electricity and Professional Services industries.  Mobility and international HRM related strategy has become a part of his work life over the last 5 years, having been relocated Internationally and domestically, with engagements on FIFO projects to Fiji, Indonesia and PNG during that time.

Sharon Hester – HR Manager International, Australia, KBR

Sharon is the HR Manager – International, Australia for KBR, a global engineering, construction and services company. In this role, Sharon is responsible for the management of KBR’s International HR program for Australia.  Previously Sharon was the state HR Manager at KBR and prior to joining the Company, worked for Ciba Specialty Chemicals AG in Basel, Switzerland as Global Manager for MD & E and Global HR Manager, Additives. Before this, Sharon was HR Manager ANZ for Ciba Specialty Chemicals P.L. in Melbourne and has previously held other HR roles in Brisbane, Australia. Sharon holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University, Brisbane and a Post Graduate Diploma in HRM from Deakin University, Melbourne.

Robyn Clabrough –  Senior Advisor Global Mobility Performance & Reward, Rio Tinto

As Principal Advisor Global Operations, Robyn is responsible for managing global processes, compliance and continuous improvement activities among other things! Robyn has over 10 years experience in Global Mobility in large, complex, global companies in mining and household goods industries, as well as a number of years outside of Global Mobility, in the banking industry. Robyn has had the opportunity to live in South Africa, the United States, the UK and Australia.


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