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Global Mobility Forum – Sydney
July 5, 2019
The Forum is presented in a day of editorially-driven main conference sessions, self-selected educational seminars, product expert led corporate roundtable interactive discussions and numerous networking opportunities that will showcase a truly global view of mobility.
Attended by top level global mobility professionals from across the country and beyond, the Global Mobility Forum provides a unique platform for the global mobility community to get together, discuss ideas and make new connections with product experts and peers.
Join Newland Chase Australia Managing Director, Michael Wall, alongside Craig Harman, Group Managing Director – APAC, Opus Talent Solutions, and Carol Caswell, Relocations Team Lead, Nestle Australia Ltd, as they present their panel discussion, Building a Successful Immigration Program in the New Temporary Skill Shortage Subclass 482 Environment.
Protectionism and anti-globalisation politics continue around the world and we have witnessed this in Australia with the introduction of the Subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage visa last year.
While the 482 visa has tightened immigration policies, talent mobility continues to be a key solution for our economy and individual organisations operating in a world driven by innovation and knowledge.
The panel discussion will cover:
- How the immigration landscape has changed in Australia and what we can expect with the re-election of the federal Coalition Government
- How organisations have changed their strategies with respect to talent mobility into Australia since the introduction of the Subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage visa
- How organisations have adapted to ensure their immigration program continues to support their business needs