On Thursday, September 6, the winners of this year’s FEM APAC EMMAs were announced at a special awards ceremony presentation at the Singapore Expo – MAX Atria.
The FEM EMMAs are the honorary awards for Global Mobility and HR professionals and on Thursday evening key industry leaders and companies gathered to celebrate Global Mobility's brightest and best in APAC. All submissions were judged by a panel of independent experts, who commented on the high standard of entries for the region.
The winners of the FEM APAC EMMAs 2018 are:
Best Redesign of Global Mobility Strategy
“What an exceptional list of achievements for the team and a fantastic albeit critical response to a challenging business environment. Well done!”
Best Talent Mobility Strategy
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
“Ticks all the boxes for having nailed their strategy and how to execute it. HPE is leading the world in mobility best practice through data analytics. Well done HPE!
Global Mobility Team of the Year
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
“The integration of so many acquired companies is an achievement in itself. To bring those into a legacy program is outstanding. The whole approach is professional, high quality and well done.”
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Best Vendor Partnership of the Year
Hewlett Packard Enterprise & Deloitte
“A highly innovative strategy (future of work) and very different from other vendor partnerships that seem to want to reinvent the old. This is a fresh perspective. The impact is obvious. Highly professional successful partnership.”
Global Mobility Professional of the Year
Sharon Brandt, Crown World Mobility
“Sharon comes across as someone who is a seasoned professional, expert in her field and an inspirational leader for her team. She has done an excellent job, not only to provide cost improvement management but also leverage on learning from other engagements.”
Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility (Bespoke)
“Brilliant insight into the difficulties GM faces from one business to another. Get that right across jurisdictions and businesses and you have a winner.
Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility (Assignee Management) International SOS
“This is a rising issue in global mobility and International SOS leads the field in innovation and solutions.”
Outstanding Corporate and Social Responsibility Initiatives
“What a brilliant effort and broad range of CSR beneficiaries - well done! So good to see practical and financial assistance as part of the programme.”
Thought Leadership – Best Survey or Research Study of the Year
Crown World Mobility
“A fantastic example of not having to come up with a new trend each time, but getting solid data on existing trends that can help HR managers do a better job with their existing workload. This is Crown taking it up one notch in their consulting work. The topic of this survey is exactly what is on the minds of HR right now. Well done.”
Service Provider Categories
Corporate Housing Provider of the Year
“SilverDoor has shown creative and innovative thinking for their clients with the launch of Orbi. Great examples of working with clients. I like that they considered the duty of care and wellbeing of guests in their innovation.”
Destination Services Provider of the Year
Santa Fe Relocations
“I was impressed by Santa Fe's process guide and their approach to manage consistency across the differing APAC locations. An all-inclusive service offering for expats and their families.”
Relocation Management Company of the Year
SIRVA Worldwide Relocation & Moving
“SIRVA has demonstrated its strong commitment to continuously improving its service quality and standards.”
Immigration Provider of the Year
“A high level of innovation through technology and resources. Excellent client focus - and they are doing a lot of things in the area of immigration with some great initiatives and education."
Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility
Raman Narula, Formula Group India