London - November 13th: Global Mobility Breakfast Briefing [Event]

    Sep 30, 2019 @ 07:38 AM / by Catherine Tylke

    City of London At Sunset

    13 November 2019 | 8:30am - 11:15am | 1 Lombard Street

    AIRINC and International SOS are hosting an informative breakfast briefing and a global mobility discussion for Corporate HR professionals on 13 November 2019 at 1 Lombard Street.

    We will explore current trends in the market - from the traditional structured approach to long term assignments through to more flexible models of managing an expatriate workforce. Given the increase in cross-border travellers, International SOS will explore the importance of mental health in this population and its impact on organisational success with issues such as loss of productivity, absenteeism/presenteeism, and increased conflict and relationship strain.

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    Catherine Tylke

    Written by Catherine Tylke

    Catherine joined AIRINC in 2008 as a data surveyor. Based in AIRINC’s Brussels office, she conducted over 35 on-site surveys in nearly 30 countries before joining the Business Development team in Europe in 2011. In her current role, Catherine assists the European team with responses to tenders, works as project coordinator for AIRINC’s consulting department, and provides support for AIRINC’s Product Management and Marketing activities in Europe. She received her B.A. in Comparative Literature in French and Spanish from Brown University in 2005, which included a semester abroad in Santiago de Chile. A native English speaker, she grew up in Brussels, Belgium and is fluent in French and Spanish.