MOVE Guides hosted its first industry event with Brynne Herbert, CEO and Founder of MOVE Guides, Chantel Rowe, Head of EMEA Tax, Payroll and Mobility at SocGen, and Kay Hall, GM EMEA at AIRINC, in a panel moderated by Rachel Savage, Web Editor at Management Today
Employees today view global mobility as a strategic means to develop their career, learn new skills and expand professional networks across industries and countries. International experience is also a way for employees to get on the fast track towards leadership positions, especially as more companies expand their sales outside of their home country. A recent New York Times article recently echoed this, highlighting that nearly 40% of CFOs have lived and worked abroad.
In this month’s Financial Times column, MOVE Guides' CEO and founder, Brynne Herbert and Heather McGregor (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.
Today’s global workforce is rapidly evolving into a talent pool without borders. Companies are attracting talent from around the world and are expected to increase their levels of mobile talent by 89% in the next two years (PwC). As the Customer Success Director at MOVE Guides, I increasingly see best in class companies reviewing their legacy global mobility processes in order to adapt to a dramatically changing workforce.
MOVE Guides’ team recently attended the Global Workforce Summit: Talent Mobility in APAC to exhibit our award-winning Talent Mobility Cloud to top mobility professionals.
Today, we announced an exciting collaboration with Mercer, a global leader in human resource consulting, to improve the employee global mobility experience for Mercer’s and MOVE Guides’ clients who are relocating employees around the world.
From day one, our CEO and founder, Brynne Herbert and COO and co-founder, Steve Black, believed that the key to building world-class team was to create a strong and unique company culture. Today, as you walk into any of our global offices, you can immediately feel the MOVE Guide culture come to life and recognise what makes MOVE Guides like no other company to work for.
The latest from our CEO and founder, Brynne Herbert
We are excited to announce that Brynne was nominated for the 2015 Google Award for Women in Digital, an award created to recognize female leadership in the digital economy.
Brynne also spoke at the US Embassy on “Coming to America," a panel event on opening up a tech business in the US.
This week, the MOVE Guides team took the HR world by storm at HR Tech Europe, the fasting growing HR event in the world. MOVE Guides exhibited the Talent Mobility Cloud, alongside some of the biggest industry names (Oracle, Workday, IBM, etc.) and spoke with a wide range of HR professionals who were delighted to find an innovative solution for managing their increasing levels of global talent.