FEM’s ‘Meet our Chapter Lead’ series - HAMBURG, DUSSELDORF, FRANKFURT, MUNICH, ZURICH

Introducting FEM's Chapter Lead - Frank Jura
FEM’s ‘Meet our Chapter Lead’ series - HAMBURG, DUSSELDORF, FRANKFURT, MUNICH, ZURICH
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Introduce yourself in 100 words.

With over two decades of experience in HR Global Mobility and Immigration, Frank brings a wealth of industry knowledge to Newland Chase / CIBT. Before joining Newland Chase / CIBT, he accumulated valuable experience in professional services and relocation management firms, holding diverse leadership roles in operations, consulting, and client management. Throughout his career, he has supported corporate clients across various sectors. Frank is deeply dedicated to delivering exceptional value and services to our customers and corporate clients. He regularly leads thought leadership initiatives and is a frequent speaker at client events. Frank holds a master's degree from the Technical University Munich.

 

Why did you decide to partner with FEM and Lead their Chapter meetings?

FEM stands out as a recognized and professional platform for learning and exchanging best practices in the HR Global Mobility Industry. In addition to the online platform and community, I particularly appreciate the local Chapter Meetings and FEM Events, which provide valuable opportunities to connect with industry peers and enhance my knowledge.

 

What can delegates expect from your Chapter meetings?

The Chapter meetings are meticulously crafted to offer professional content delivered by carefully chosen subject matter experts, along with best practice examples from corporate specialists. We curate cutting-edge topics in our meetings, ensuring relevance for both Global Mobility veterans and newcomers. Rather than opting for one-way presentations, I cultivate open dialogue and facilitate networking opportunities. The goal is for attending a Chapter meeting to be an insightful, engaging, inspiring, and enjoyable experience.

 

What are some of the most important issues for global mobility professionals in your location?

Typically, immigration, social security and tax compliance, digitalization, sustainability, and general cross-border employment requirements remain key areas of interest in our markets.

 

A question from Frank to our audience (please respond in the chat section):

What kinds of cross-border employment requests have recently been emerging within your organization?

 

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What kinds of cross-border employment requests have recently been emerging within your organization?