Our last Mobility Hub in September 2016 brought together 120 in-house mobility professionals, representing over 80 different organisations, with participants travelling in from across Europe.
Any HR professional responsible for the management of their company's mobile employees and/or mobility programme will benefit from attending:
- Global Mobility Manager
- Global Mobility Specialist
- Global HR Director
- Global Mobility Advisor
- Group Head of Global Mobility
- Head of Global Mobility
- Head of Compensation & Benefits
- Head of GM & Employment Tax
- HR Business Partner
- HR Manager
- Senior/International HR Coordinator
- Regional Head of GM EMEA
- International Reward Analyst
- Reward Manager
- And more...
A small sample of what our past Hub participants thought of the event:
"Excellent location, brilliant selection of topics and amazingly well organised."
"Good and interesting sessions and a good opportunity to network."
"A very useful day and genuinely have come away with several ideas and initiatives I learned from the sessions."
"We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and found it very helpful. The speakers and presentations were brilliant & it was great to hear how other companies respond to challenges we face, and be presented with new ideas."
"Extremely well organised and very informative and professional."
"Thank you for a fantastic conference. It was so well organised and the content/speakers were all really good - I think it's amazing how knowledgeable you and your colleagues are."
"Helped to grow my knowledge enormously of issues associated with managing an international workforce."
"The Mobility Hub was just what I needed to get some more info and ideas for the development of the Global Mobility process."
"The sessions were excellent. The topics that I attended were all relevant and the speakers delivered just at the right level. In fact I would have liked to attend more sessions than was possible."
"I really enjoyed the Mobility Hub and see it as a valuable part of my toolkit for benchmarking our mobility policy and process and my own thinking. I look forward to the next one."