Navigating the new work visa regime – Insights from Industry
We’ve all had some time now to process the significant changes announced in April so in this session, we want to go beyond the technical and get into the practical.
Join us on Tuesday 15 August for a panel discussion hosted by Deloitte to discuss the ‘real-world’-side of the immigration changes. We will hear from our panellists from industry on the following:
- what they are doing in their businesses to respond to the changes including identification of affected employees
- implementation of strategies around timing of applications, and
- what their employees are saying and how they are planning for the future.
Additionally, since the last session there have been another round of announcements regarding the skilled occupations list so we will also include a brief technical update from the Deloitte immigration advisory team.
Sasha Grimm, Director Immigration at Deloitte
Sasha, an Account Director in Deloitte’s Perth office has worked in professional services for 10+ years managing high volume corporate mobility programs for multinational organisations. Sasha works with clients across all industries including resources, construction, tertiary education, financial services, defence and agriculture.
Barbara Legaspi, Specialist Reward and Capability at South32
Barbara is a Specialist Reward with South32, a globally diversified resources company headquartered in Perth. Her remit covers South32’s Global and Domestic Mobility governance, as well as managing assignments in Australia, Singapore, the UK, Colombia, and Brazil. No stranger to international relocations herself, Barbara has 12 years of experience in global mobility and has lived in Manila, Singapore, Sydney, and Paris.
Rebecca Logan, Global Remuneration and Policy Manager at Woodside
Rebecca has 17 years of HR experience in the Oil and Gas industry, in a range of roles including supporting international Greenfields projects. She recently spent three years in Karratha supporting Woodside’s operating assets and is now Global Remuneration and Policy Manager for Woodside. In this role, Rebecca leads the team responsible for all aspects of the organisation’s global remuneration, policy and mobility.
Tuesday, 15 August, 2017
Tower 2, Brookfield Place, 123 St Georges Terrace, Perth
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350