REMINDER: FEM NORDIC CHAPTER - THIRD MEETING - 23/05/2019
The FEM Nordic Chapter is hosting it's annual event in Stockholm, where we will tune in on the challenges of having an international flexible workforce with many different types of assignments to manage. Meet below the speakers from NES Advantage Solutions and Swedes Worldwide.
We look forward welcoming everyone with interest in Global Mobility for our 3rd event in Stockholm.
The event will take place at the centrally-located building of Crowe Sweden in Stockholm at Alströmergatan 20, 112 47 Stockholm and refreshments will be available.
Please register here: http://ow.ly/gpvM30o8f7K
Costs: In-House for free
(Please visit the FEM website to find previous presentations of the speakers at the event)
Meet our speakers: NES Advantage Solutions and Swedes Worldwide
How do you manage a multi-faceted Global Mobility program, including assignment types ranging from long-term assignments with accompanying family, through short-term and commuter assignment, to on- or off-shore contractor assignments in remote places, often with only limited resources? This is the huge, complex challenge facing most in-house Global Mobility managers.
Scott Radford from NES Advantage Solutions will discuss how this can be managed, limiting in-house resources to a minimum, yet still fulfilling the business’ need for speed, timing, accuracy and assignee empathy.
Scott Radford is Global Mobility Director at NES Advantage Solutions, with 25+ years’ experience from executive management positions within Global Mobility, Tax and Human Capital. He has worked in the UK, France, Australia and Switzerland. Scott has worked in-house, delivering first class Global Mobility functions and cross-border compliance at both operational and strategic levels in various industries, as well as working for multi-national consultancies, helping clients to transform their GM functions and operate effectively in new locations.
Read more about Scott’s experience at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottradford/
Swedes Worldwide is a non-profit, independent organization that, since 1938, acts in the interest of Swedes abroad by monitoring, informing and influencing. We have a unique role as the representative of more than 660 000 Swedes who work, study or for other reasons live abroad, as well as the hundreds of thousands who have lived or will live abroad.
Cecilia will introduce Swedes Worldwide and their new initiatives to enhance Swedish companies' ROI by involving spouses under the title "Assets beyond employees – how to spark enthusiasm and ensure ROI by engaging spouses"
Cecilia Borglin, Secretary General at Swedes Worldwide, has over 20 years of experience in a wide range of communication disciplines. She has a broad experience from the business sector as well as the NGO sector and has had different roles linked to change management, communication counselling, corporate communications , internal communications, PR, crisis management and event. Between 2008-2010 she and her family lived in Sydney, Australia. As Secretary-General she aims to further develop the mission and visibility of Swedes Worldwide.