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How to maximize value amid workforce mobility complexity

In this two-part webcast, panelists discuss mobility’s importance for a workforce strategy attuned to geopolitical, economic and regulatory shifts.


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The new reality of constant and rapid change in how and where the world works is filled with ever-evolving risks and opportunities, requiring organizations to consider multi-dimensional strategies that harmonize their mobility and talent agendas.   

Powered by insights from the EY 2023 Mobility Reimagined Survey, this two-part webcast will give practical legislative updates while exploring the strategic potential of a mobility and talent agenda that is interlinked, cultivating business growth while creating life-changing experiences for employees.  

What to expect from the webcast:

Part one  

Tuesday, 20 February 2024 | 10:00 AM ET | 1 hr

Panelists will provide global highlights on key legislative changes and considerations for global mobility programs across immigration, tax, social security; and a special update regarding BEPS 2.0 and how it applies to their globally mobile workforce.

Part two

Tuesday, 20 February 2024 | 11:30 AM ET | 1.5 hrs

Our panelists will explore the intersection of talent strategy and workforce mobility. According to the EY 2023 Mobility Reimagined Survey, 88% of organizations agree that mobility can be a strategic lever for organizations to address talent attraction and retention. The discussion will address the importance of closely aligning mobility programs with the overall workforce strategy to explore the measurable value of deeper integration.  

This webcast will focus on the following questions:  

  • What are the leading practices in integrating mobility in the broader workforce strategy?  
  • What role do data and insights play in maximizing mobility’s influence on talent outcomes?  
  • How can organizations operationalize closer alignment between mobility and talent?  
  • How can organizations leverage existing tools and technologies to capture actionable insights and data to reimagine mobility?  
  • How can mobility enhance an organization’s overall Employee Value Proposition by creating life-changing experiences? 


  • Maureen Flood, EY Global Mobility Reimagined Leader
  • Jason Ward, Partner, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP 
  • Kelly Guterl, Partner, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP 
  • Linda Rowe, Partner, Asia Pacific Immigration Leader, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young 
  • L B Jeter, Senior Manager, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP