A two-year transformation process and the impact on Global Mobility
Bridgestone realised that it needed to improve its global mobility programme - it required standardisation and the policies lacked clarity and consistency. Stakeholders had high expectations but there was little transparency and it was difficult to assess the ROI. So how did Bridgestone resolve these challenges?
After initial analysis, Bridgestone kicked off a project with three main goals:
- Clearer analysis of ROI
- Mobility to be properly linked with the business and HR strategy
- Greater efficiency and higher standards of compliance
Join us as our guest speaker Paolo Amisano provides an exclusive insight into this transformation process and details the steps that Bridgestone took to strengthen their mobility programme.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Paolo Amisano, Mobility lead RMA ECE, Bridgestone Europe NV
After a degree in Sociology at the University of Milan and a Master in HR Management, Paolo started his career in HR with ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi), the local public transport operator in Milan. One year later, he moved to SIA S.p.A., a leading Italian company providing solutions and technologies to the banking and finance sector, where he followed projects of increasing complexity in recruitment, performance evaluation and incentives.
In 2013 he joined the Bridgestone’s regional sales office in Milan to focus more on Compensation & Benefit, especially in the area of incentives, budgeting process and HR policy setting. As from 2015, Paolo has been working in Brussels in the COE Rewards of Bridgestone EMEA, in charge of leading Mobility and supporting the team on special projects in the area of rewards and analytics.
Thursday, 7 September, 2017
03.00-03.30PM Welcome and registration
05.00-06.30PM Networking reception
Location and host:
Bridgestone Europe NV
Kleine Kloosterstraat 10, 1932 Zaventem, Belgium
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- €120 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400