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Future of work - the impact on attracting, incentivising and mobilising talent
Given the mega trends that are influencing the future of work, the next 10 years of attracting, incentivising and mobilising your workforce will look very different to the last 10 years.
Whilst you need to manage your people priorities of today, continually looking over the horizon and beyond is also critical, to ensure that you will continue to add value and remain current in an ever-changing world.
The session will be led by Mark Wright and Kathryn Osborn who will share the latest insights from Deloitte’s research on Human Capital, Global Mobility and Immigration trends. Mark and Kathryn will explore the forces shaping the future of work, the workforce and the workplace over the next decade. This will be complimented by a panel discussion where you will hear from industry and corporate experts who will share their experiences, insights and practical tips about how you make the future of work a reality in your organisation.
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This session is aimed at anyone in a role with a people, mobility or talent lens and there will be an opportunity to network and share your experiences.
Speaker: Mark Wright, Partner & Immigration Leader, Deloitte
Mark is a senior experienced executive and leader of the Deloitte Immigration practice in Australia. Mark has over 20 years’ experience in providing strategic immigration and workforce mobility advice to companies operating internationally. Mark also has extensive experience assisting high net-worth individuals with their investor immigration requirements to Australia and worldwide.
Mark is a regular contributor to media and thought leadership forums on immigration trends and global mobility strategy, and is an advisor on immigration policy, as well as serving as a member of the Temporary Business Working Group with the Business Council of Australia.
Speaker: Kathryn Osborn, Global Workforce Director – Asia Pacific, Deloitte
Kathryn is based in Sydney and works across the Asia Pacific region to help organisations optimise their approach to managing their global workforce. Kathryn has over 12 years’ experience working in both HR and consulting roles, including in the UK, China and Australia. Kathryn’s experience covers talent & mobility strategies, the employee experience, mobility policy and program review, and digital transformation.
Speaker: Andy Weir, Chief Information Officer, Bankwest
Bio coming soon.
Speaker: Alex Lynch, Manager, Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Australia and New Zealand
Alex manages Government Affairs and Public Policy for Google in Australia, where he is responsible for helping Australia successfully adapt as the world economy digitises, increasingly sophisticated tools are developed and operationalised, and the nature of work changes. Alex has a decade of experience in strategic reputation and crisis management, and prior to joining the private sector worked for the New Zealand government on matters of national security.
Registration closes Tuesday 17 March 2020 at 5pm.
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