Join us for FEM's GLOBAL Back to Business Webinar - 5th August

Our previous Covid-19 webinars attracted attendees from 50 countries across the globe. This time, we are gathering expertise from our APAC, Americas & EMEA discussions in one unmissable LIVE discussion: FEM’s Covid-19 GLOBAL webinar.

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FEM's GLOBAL Back to Business Webinar

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As the impact of the Covid-19 crisis continues to be felt across the globe, Global
Mobility and HR teams and their organizations are facing unprecedented challenges.

Our three previous Covid-19 webinars broadcast in April and May attracted over 800 attendees from 50 countries across the globe.

Now, we are checking in again with some of our superb speakers to find out about progress made and lessons learned. We are gathering expertise from our APAC, Americas & EMEA discussions in one unmissable broadcast: FEM’s Covid-19 GLOBAL webinar.
Here is a brief outline of what we will be covering, but send us your questions when you register and join us for the LIVE webinar to hear what our panel have to say.

• Dealing with the fallout – immigration, tax and payroll compliance
• How are companies supporting employees as they return to work in the office or onsite?
• How can you also manage employee populations that are still in lockdown?
• Reviewing policies, programs, COLA and compensation – what now?
• How has the crisis changed the vendor landscape, supply chains and outsourcing?
Join our speakers from APAC, the Americas and EMEA:

Emmarie P. Castañeda, Global Mobility Manager, Asia, Unilever

Samantha Elliott, CRP, CCHP, President, Preferred Corporate Housing

Mark B. Fischer, MD, Medical Director Assistance, International SOS 

Patricia Tavares, Americas Global Mobility Head, Unilever 

More speakers to be announced soon

Register now for FEM's GLOBAL webinar - Wednesday 5th August 
With many thanks to our sponsors: 
International SOS and Preferred Corporate Housing
Listen to our previous regional Covid-19 webinars on-demand:

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