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Annual international benefits event - 20 September 2018

Employing overseas workers brings many hidden challenges for employers of all sizes, and once again Jelf aim to lift the lid on this complex area with another informative, useful, and fun event.

Our expert panel includes:

  • An insight into the complex world of International Employment Law from Jon Heuvel, a true expert on this key topic
  • Mercer’s Kate Fitzpatrick will discuss the results of their 2017 global mobility survey and how to achieve mobility success
  • And we are delighted to welcome back Ian Moore, comedian, author and overseas resident. Ian will provide a useful and fun perspective on living and working abroad based on his hugely popular “Full English Brexit” social media posts!

And - once again - we have a superb venue for our delegates to enjoy. This time we are based at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington. Founded in 1830 as an institution to promote the advancement of geographical science, today it is the largest and most active scholarly geographical society. And boasts an unparalleled collection of items tracing 500 years of geographical research.

Seminar details

 

Date

Thursday 20 September 2018

Time

Coffee and registration 09:00

Seminar commences 09:45

Concludes 12:30

Location

Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

Suitable for

Senior Human Resources and Finance Professionals

CPD

The seminar will qualify for 2 hours CPD

Cost

FREE!* (including a tour of the historical venue and feedback-form prize draw entry)

Given our speakers, agenda, and superb venue demand is likely to be very high and early reservation is strongly recommended.

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Agenda

International Employment Law

Jon Heuvel, Partner, Shakespeare Martineau

International Mobility

Kate Fitzpatrick, Principal, Global Mobility Practice Leader, Mercer

Living and Working Overseas: "Full English Brexit"

Ian Moore, International comedian & author

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CLOSING DATE FOR ACCEPTANCES: 07/09/2018

Please read the terms and conditions before booking

*Cancellations within 5 days, or non-attendance, will be subject to a penalty charge of £25 per delegate.

 

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