Join us at FEM's APAC Online Seminar & EMMAs - 16 September

Don't miss this benchmarking discussion exploring talent management in Asia Pacific

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Join our superb speakers to find out about best practice in managing talent in the Asia Pacific Region:

Thursday 16th September at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Singapore time (GMT +08)

Managing Talent Across Borders in a Diverse and Changing Region

As the world’s largest manufacturing hub, the APAC region is vital to so many globalized businesses, but with the Covid pandemic continuing to necessitate strict travel regulations between countries how can businesses effectively deploy and develop their talent?

  • The level of ‘normality’ varies enormously from country to country across the world and in Asia itself, so how can business travel or assignments be best managed?

  • What do you need to know about immigration regulations in and out of the region?

  • How do you manage moving assignees in and around the APAC region and what are the extra costs?

    Is the concept of borders irrelevant in the era of remote work?

  • How can you test new markets if you don't have an entity in the location? Can you use Employer of Record as a solution?

  • What are the health and duty of care requirements that you need to be aware of?

  • How can you leverage technology to help manage the demands of the business with the need for compliance in a fast-changing situation?

Our speakers:
Arabelle Chaw, Director of Global Account Management - SIRVA
Karolina Cechova, Associate Director, Global Mobility, Novartis
Charles Hamilton Ferguson, General Manager - Globalization Partners
Jea Bocaling, Global People Mobility Director for APAC - P&G
Shumin Yeo, Senior Manager, Global Mobility - Micron Technology, Inc.

Immediately following the discussion we will reveal the 2021 APAC EMMAs winners!

Register here for the APAC Seminar & the EMMAs 

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