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Tuesday 29 November
Timings: 2 - 4pm (with drinks and canapes served from 4-5pm)
Following the successful return of our in-person global mobility roundtables in the spring, we are pleased to announce we will be hosting, jointly with Vialto Partners, another series of roundtables. The roundtables provide an opportunity to bring yourself up to speed with any recent changes of legislation or practice which may impact you from a global mobility perspective, share current experience and ideas, raise questions and get the help of others in finding solutions.
Other dates and venues are as follows:
15th November – afternoon - central Edinburgh - venue TBC
22nd November - afternoon - central Birmingham - 3 Wharfside Street, Birmingham B1 1RD
We encourage early registration to avoid disappointment as the venue has limited capacity and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you would like a topic to be covered or have any questions for discussion, please also share these as part of your registration.
If you have any queries, please contact Gill Birch.
Tagged : Reward and Resourcing
Type : Training
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