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Brynne Kennedy

Brynne Kennedy is Founder and CEO of MOVE Guides, which she launched in 2011 while earning her MBA at London Business School. A frequent speaker and author on topics of technology, HR and global mobility, she previously worked at Lehman Brothers and Standard Chartered.
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Aligning Global Payroll and Global Mobility

By Brynne Kennedy | Feb 10, 2017

This piece was originally featured in Global Payroll Magazine.

Imagine this: James moves from London to New York for a three-year assignment. He will receive a relocation package and a series of assignment allowances to compensate for cost of living and housing. His home business line agrees to continue to pay and fund his salary and bonus costs, but the host business line in the United States will fund the assignment allowances. James will be paying income taxes in the United States at the federal, state, and local levels but will maintain his social security and pension in London.

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Welcome to the Team - MOVE Guides Expands Executive Leadership Team with Addition of Laura Marino as VP of Product Management

By Brynne Kennedy | Feb 02, 2017

MOVE Guides today announced the appointment of Laura Marino as vice president of Product Management. An experienced senior executive, Marino will be responsible for instituting the high-performing teams, structures and processes that will fuel the next stage of growth for MOVE Guides.

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How diverse tech cultures create the dream team

By Brynne Kennedy | Feb 01, 2017

I recently attended a conference with technology founders from Silicon Valley, New York, London and other global hubs. I was not surprised to find that the diversity of the crowd resembled that of the UN General Assembly.

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Why we’re contributing 1% of revenue to the refugee crisis and you should too

By Brynne Kennedy | Jan 26, 2017

There are more than 63 million refugees and IDPs (internally displaced people) worldwide. That’s one in every 113 people on earth. That’s the population of the UK, or France, or California and Texas being pushed out of their home.  In Greece alone, 43 refugees and IDPs arrive each day.  

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