Take a sneak preview of FEM's Amsterdam Online Conference
As Conference Chair, I have the privilege of having a preview of what our superb speakers will be sharing with all our attendees, so thought I'd give you some highlights!
Almost all the preparations for FEM's Amsterdam Online Conference (18th 19th & 20th May) are now complete, and our brilliant speakers have been telling me about some of the innovative and valuable work they’ve been doing over the past year.
I do hope you’ll register here and take advantage of this important opportunity for learning and professional development. We begin each day at 11:00am GMT and we will boradcast our content in easily digestible 60+minute chunks, so you can fit it into your busy day.
Here's a brief overview:
DAY 1: We begin by asking: What is the Future of Mobility & Business Travel? Then stay tuned for Time to Listen: The Assignee’s Voice which will be a revealing first-hand account of being relocated from Australia to the Middle East.
DAY 2: An unmissable Mobility Masterclass: Is Working from Anywhere Really Possible? Find out from Susanne Grimm about Booking.com’s new approach to this thorny question. Then, be sure to bring your immigration, tax and social security questions to our panel of experts at: Immigration & International Employment Essentials for 2021.
DAY 3: Join award-winning mobility professional Anja Vahldiek at this Mobility Masterclass as she guides us through EY's new focus on career development along the whole assignee life-cycle in Mapping the Mobility Experience Journey. Finally, bring your ideas and challenges to our discussion on Creating a Diverse & Inclusive Talent Strategy for a New Way of Working. Our speakers have masses of practical advice to share with you and will welcome your questions and comments.
I do hope you can join us LIVE but if you happen to have a diary clash, you can use the same registration to catch-up on the recordings at a time that suits you. To help everyone in these difficult times, our online events continue to be free of charge for all.
Please do take a look at the full agenda and our line-up of accomplished speakers from such influential organisations as Booking.com, Cranfield University, EY, ING, Novo Nordisk, Schneider Electric, Schlumberger, TÜV Rheinland, Uber and Vanderlande.
With many thanks to all our sponsors: