APRIL HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MOVE GUIDES TEAM

     

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MOVE Guides hosted its first industry panel in London

Brynne Herbert, MOVE Guides, Chantel Rowe, Societe Generale, and Kay Hall, AIRINC joined a panel moderated by Rachel Savage, Management Today to discuss the latest trends on talent mobility.
 
Watch the full video recording from the day and read our blog post on the key takeaways from the event. 

The latest and greatest  from our CEO and founder, Brynne Herbert

Brynne joined top HR, learning and talent leaders this week, 28 April to 1 May at Bersin by Deloitte's IMPACT Conference in Miami. This was an excellent opportunity to hear from leading professionals about how they are supporting their talent for success.
 
In this month’s Financial Times column, MOVE Guides' CEO and founder, Brynne and Heather McGregor (FT's Mrs MoneyPenny) shared their insights on whether offering a policy of unlimited holiday creates a healthy work life balance for employees.

Read the full article in the Financial Times.

MOVE Guides welcomes 50th employee

This month, MOVE Guides celebrated onboarding our 50th employee!

Growing from 15 to over 50 in one year, we are excited to welcome so many new faces in London, New York, San Francisco and Hong Kong. We look forward to celebrating the next 50 employees.

Read our latest blog post from our Head of People, Rachael King, on our unique company culture.

AIRINC releases their 2015 Mobility Outlook survey on top industry trends

Just before joining MOVE Guides' breakfast briefing event, AIRINC announced their findings from the 2015 Mobility Outlook Survey.
 
This interesting report highlighted that aligning a mobility program with talent strategy, compliance issues and cost reduction were the top challenges in mobility. Additionally, when asked how the global mobility team has been reacting to pressure to reduce costs, 60% said by gaining operational efficiencies and only 36% said by sending fewer expats.

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Claire Beckenstein

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