FEM Perth Chapter Meeting 16/05/18

Please join us for the FEM Perth Chapter Meeting on 16 May

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Mar 12, 2018
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The first thirty days under the TSS Visa – experience in the Asia Pacific Context 

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On Wednesday 16 May, the Perth Chapter Meeting will provide a detailed update on the Temporary Skills Shortage visa and associated changes, including the Skilling Australians Fund Levy and impact on permanent migration pathways.

Our panel (TBC) will then re-examine the impact on business and workforce planning, and consider the changes in the context of broader regional developments affecting talent mobility.  The sharing of experiences and practical, strategic recommendations from our sponsors, immigration experts Fragomen, aim to help participants thrive, not just survive, in the new regime.  

Points for discussion will include:

  • Benefits of accreditation - enhancements by the Department of Home Affairs with the aim to enable faster processing of the TSS visas and nominations;
  • The importance of understanding and meeting sponsor obligations within the framework of Department’s increased compliance focus;
  • Restrictions on renewals for employees in occupations on the Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL);
  • Impact of Labour Market Testing provisions on Intra Company Transfers and renewals for incumbents;
  • How does the Australian regime compare to other developments in the region, with focus on China and Singapore.


  • Hedvika Gibbs, Regional Client Services Manager - Asia Pacific at Fragomen

Speakers TBC

Wednesday, 16 May, 2018  

Fragomen, Parmelia Hilton; 14 Mill St, Perth 


  • Complimentary to Corporate HR.
  • £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350
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Aysegul Kayahan

Director, Relocation Specialists

Aysegul Kayahan, managing director of Relocation Specialists in Queensland and Victoria has been in the global mobility industry since 1993. Aysegul started the Forum for Expatriate Management community in Australia in early 2012, with chapters in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. From February 2015 to January 2017, Aysegul was appointed to the role of global chair of Chapter Leads for the Forum for Expatriate Management.

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