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The Future of Mobility

India Global Mobility Conclave – The Future of Mobility

05 October 2018  India, Mumbai

  • Overview
    • The scope of Global Mobility is rapidly shifting from expatriate management to a more comprehensive vision of talent mobility. Issues surrounding global talent mobility have become a central aspect of many organizational growth strategies. The results of Mercer’s Global Talent Trends 2018 Study indicate the C-suite considers moving jobs to people and people to jobs a talent investment that would make the biggest impact on business performance.  Further, global talent mobility is being reassessed in an era dominated by geo-political headwinds, people trends such as rise of free-agents & a multi-generational workforce, digitalization, and the diversity imperative.

      The #futureofmobility implies need to explore the trends that are leading companies to revisit the mobility programs and assess to what extent they can justify a change, to enable a thriving mobile workforce for meeting talent objectives.

      Against this back drop, Mercer India invites you to join our 2018 India Global Mobility Conclave, on Oct 5th in Mumbai to take a peek into the future, and to exclusively discuss the latest trends & insights on fostering a globally mobile talent workforce.

  • Agenda
    • - Future of Talent Mobility: In an era of Digitalization, Analytics & Workforce Metrics
      - Frameworks in Global Mobility: An academic perspective in an India Context
      - Future of Talent Mobility: Looking through a changing Talent & Social Demographic Lens
      - Future of Talent Mobility: Mercer Point of View & Trends
      - Future of Talent Mobility: A business case for Diversity & Inclusion
      - Fostering a Thriving Mobile Workforce: Panel Discussion
      - Future of Talent  Mobility: A continued Business Imperative?  
      - Audience Breakout Sessions

      We welcome you to join us at Mumbai and leverage this annual conclave platform created by Mercer exclusively for Mobility and Talent professionals to listen, share, engage in learnings and latest policies, trends, and best practices, in an exclusive dedicated environment.

      - Dive  into #futureofmobility through Live Polls, Mercer Point of View Trends.
      - Imbibe thought-leadership learnings from speakers from leading multi-national organizations, guest panelists case studies.
      - Engage in conversations explore practical solutions to domain issues in interactive audience discussions
      - Network with talent mobility professionals, from across India and multinational companies

  • Speakers
    • Sreekanth Arimanithaya
      Senior Vice President - iWFM, DXC. technology & Co-Managing Director,

      DXC India

      Sujan Roy
      Head - International Business, Passenger Vehicles

      Tata Motors

      Prof. Harsh Mohan
      S P JAIN Institute of Management & Research

      Sanjay Singh
      Chief Human Resources Officer,

      UPL

       

      Mario Ferraro
      Regional Practice Leader,
      Global Mobility – Asia, Middle East,
      Africa & Turkey,

      Mercer

      Madhumitha Venkataraman
      D&I Evangelist

       

      Kavitha Harish
      Associate Director –
      Human Resources,

      Cognizant

      Ashish Kuckreja
      Assistant Vice President
      and Global Mobility
      Manager – India and
      South Asia,

      Siemens

       

      Rupam Singh
      Associate Director - International rewards, Global Mobility &
      Executive Compensation,

      CIPLA

      Balaji Kumar
      Head – Talent Assessment
      and Employee Engagement,

      Larsen & Toubro

      Sachin Singh
      Chief Manager – Human Resources,

      Asian Paints

      Neha Gupta
      Rewards & Performance - Lead,

      Maersk GSC

       

  • Event Details
    • Date: Friday, 5th October 2018 | 9.30 AM – 6:00 PM  (including lunch)  

      Fees: INR 17,500 + GST per participant.

      Venue: The Hilton, Mumbai

      Please note, Mercer reserves the right to decline registrations from competitors and other potential delegates that do not match the targeted audience.