Jul 30, 2015
MOVE Guides' Content Executive and American expat living in London, Marie Morrison takes a look at the key aspects of British and American culture and examines a few things they can learn from each other. This article was originally featured on Huffington Post.
MOVE Guides' CEO and talent mobility expert, Brynne Herbert highlights key themes driving successful talent mobility and why deploying talent on a global scale is a key competitive differentiator for the 21st century organisation. This piece was originally featured on Changeboard.
Jul 22, 2015
As a guest blogger, Emma Holder, Expat Academy Director, shares her thoughts on reducing costs in talent mobility.
Last week MOVE Guides hosted a networking and panel event for HR and mobility practitioners in the Bay Area. A night of networking surrounded a thought-provoking panel featuring David Windley, President at IQTalent Partners, Ed Frauenheim, Director of Global Research and Content at Great Place to Work, and William Taylor, Head of Global Mobility at Adobe.
According to PwC, only 36% of organizations currently have access to the right data in order to manage their globally mobile employees. And of those, many only get access to the right data by spending weeks compiling spreadsheets manually.
In order to quantify cost, improve visibility and generate insight you need data. But how can you easily access it when you need it?
Martin Veitch, Editorial Director at IDG Connect, met Brynne Herbert when speaking at MOVE Guides' London Tech Week panel on 16 June and was blown away by her vision to transform talent mobility into a competitive advantage for the 21st century organization.
In this month's Financial Times column, Brynne Herbert and Heather McGregor (Mrs MoneyPenny) talk about the unprecedented growth of start-up companies - especially in the booming UK economy - and debate on the benefits of joining one.
Jul 09, 2015
There are many elements that go into creating a successful mobility program – you need to gather a team of mobility professionals, partner with top-notch vendors, get business unit support - but at the heart of any mobility program are the mobility policies. These policies dictate how your company approaches mobility, including who you relocate and why, and will ultimately determine the program’s success. No two companies will have the same set of policies, nor should they. Here are the key elements to creating a mobility policy that will work for you.
Jul 08, 2015
Over the past five years, HR has seen an incredible shift in the use of cloud-based technology. Having worked in some of the largest companies in the world, I have witnessed this transformation first-hand. Below I have highlighted what I think are the top ways cloud technology is disrupting the role of HR, and how it supports leaders to meet business objectives with significant cost savings - so that resources can be reinvested into strategic initiatives.