FEM Prague Chapter Meeting 24/04/18

Please join us for the FEM Prague Chapter Meeting on 24 April.

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The Forum for Expatriate Management was created in 2008 to provide both an online and real-world community for global mobility professionals and at our Chapter Meetings we bring together people and companies to form an educational, supportive and collaborative network, so we are pleased to announce the second meeting of the FEM Prague Chapter. The initiative is organised in cooperation with Mobility Forum, an initiative originally created as a joint project between SAP and Deloitte which also aims to build a community of mobility professionals from other companies in the Czech Republic. 

Join us for the second FEM Prague Chapter in April, as we discuss the topics of GDPR, Talent Mobility and how innovative HR-tech approaches can impact employee productivity. 

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Keynote presentation: GDPR – countdown to May 25th 
The new data privacy regulation will affect companies from a wide range of industries. The GDPR is introducing new duties which are to be reflected, for instance, when processing the personal data of employees and business partners or when making records via CCTV.

In addition to the revision of contracts and consents with personal data processing, it should not be forgotten that internal processes and companies’ IT systems will also need to be revised and appropriate technical and organizational measures put in place. 

Anna Szabova, Managing Associate, Deloitte Legal

Anna specializes in employment and labor law, including remuneration and benefit structures, employee mobility and restructurings and employment litigation. In connection with the upcoming effective date of the new EU personal data protection regulation (GDPR), she focuses on the impact of the new rules on employers and the processing of employee data.

How innovative HR-tech approaches can impact employee productivity
For the second session we have invited 2 start-ups supported by Deloitte’s Innovation Centre: 

Virtubio a Czech HR-tech start-up. Virtubio develops simulation games and diagnostics means for purposes of hiring and developing your employees. Virtubio provides HR innovators the important data for making the right solutions. 

Hackerly is is a global change agency that designs high-performing teams with agile cultures and upgrades their operating systems to execute the world’s most audacious visions. They develop and optimize your teams and equip them with ready-to-use tools that can result in more than 20% increase in productivity, collaboration as well as in revenue growth. Come and explore some of the best practices and effective ways of working with the fastest-growing organizations like Amazon, Netflix, Spotify, Google, Facebook etc.

Presentation and panel discussion: Global Mobility trends: Aligning Global Mobility strategies to Talent management; 

The presentation will cover some of the key trends in Global Mobility for 2018 and how companies can focus on "more mobility" by introducing smart and effective mobility solutions.

The panel discussion will provide the audience with insights from how various organizations are applying Global Mobility practices to create a positive effect on the retention/attrition rates for employees with international experience. 


  • Vladimir Vrzhovski, Country Manager – Czech Republic, Crown World Mobility


  • Iva Kotrsalova - EMEA & APJ, Global Employee Mobility at Hewlett Packard Enterprise 
  • Lucie Sarsokova - HR Service Manager, Global Mobility at SAP
  • Monique Castor - VP, International Operations EMEA at Graebel 

Additional panellists TBA 

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

Galerie kavárny Louvre
Národní 1987/22, 110 00 Praha 1 

08.30 – 09:00 : Light breakfast and introduction
09:00 – 10:00: GDPR for HR and Global Mobility professionals
10:00 – 10:30: Coffee break and networking session
10:30 – 11:30:  Virtubio and Hackerly presentations
11:30 – 12:30: Talent Mobility trends
*Doors open at 8:30 for coffee and breakfast for all registered participants   


  • Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
  • €120 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400

Vladimir Vrzhovski

Head of Global Network, Smart Expatriation

Tech savvy global mobility professional with experience in delivering client solutions in markets across Central and Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. With experience in the industry since 2010, Vladimir has held business and country management positions in Macedonia, Kuwait, Czech Republic and Slovakia providing support to various multinational companies to navigate in difficult and unfamiliar business environments.

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