FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting 30/05/2023

Please join us for the FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting on the 30th May 2023
FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting 30/05/2023
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Navigating the Challenges of Remote Working and Digital Nomads – how to find the right balance 

Remote working policies have evolved over the last few years with many organisation embracing and implementing remote working polices.  There are also a number of countries who now have digital nomad visas. This FEM chapter meeting is an opportunity to hear from our panellists, committee members and other attendees on their experiences, learnings and the key risks associated with remote working.  Our panel will share “horror stories” and best practice. In addition, Deloitte will share the results of their recent “Global Remote Work Survey”.

There will be subject matter experts in the audience who will contribute to the discussion on immigration, tax and HSE/Risk.

Speaker Panel:

Moderator – Tiffany Hartel, Deloitte

  • Claire Springthorpe, Director International Mobility, Capgemini
  • Andrew Pringle, HR Adviser and Mobility Lead, Bayer
  • James Robertson, Security Director Australasia, International SOS
  • Other speakers TBC 

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Event Details:

When: 30th May 2023 from 07:30 to 09:30am  - AEST time, breakdown below - 

7:30 am – 8:15 am – Registrations / breakfast / networking

8:15 am – 9:30 am – Event to start with a brief tax and immigration update, Deloitte Global Remote Work Survey results followed by panel discussion

9:30 am – 10:00 am – Networking / coffee

Where: Deloitte Reception, Quay Quarter Tower, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney

Cost - Complimentary event for corporate mobility. Suppliers members are required to pay an attendance fee of £75.

 

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