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While we navigate unprecedented global uncertainty, change and transformational opportunities, there is no better time to stay connected. Learn solutions and hacks from your industry peers by listening to and reviewing content from the EMEA Virtual Summit held on 18 March 2020!
During the EMEA Virtual Summit, our speakers presented two, 60-minute educational sessions on mobility’s role in business transformation and strategy. Experienced global talent mobility professionals who are well-versed in the unique needs, challenges and opportunities of operating from an EMEA HQ location and throughout the region led the way. This program is designed to empower participants to sign off with some new knowledge, connections and solid take-aways for their own programmes and teams.
EU Posted Worker Regulations: Key Information in a Rapidly Changing Landscape
Gain an understanding of the EU Posted Worker Regulations, including where things stand currently in light of ongoing developments associated with COVID-19 containment efforts and Brexit implementations, and how to be best prepared for further changes ahead.
Christine Sullivan, Director, Fragomen
Transformation 2.0: Johnson and Johnson’s Talent Mobility Transformation
Sigrid is Global Leader, Mobility Advisory Services with Johnson & Johnson. She partners with business leaders to provide strategic consultation on how to best align talent mobility, enterprise strategies and key initiatives in order to meet Johnson & Johnson’s business goals and accelerate the development of its global talent. She has experience developing and executing a variety of complex global and executive assignment policies, including one-way, commuter, flexible and long-term moves within the APAC and EMEA regions. She closely works with the organization’s regional EMEA vendor partners and manages talent mobility budgets for EMEA.
SPEAKER:Sigrid Nauwelaerts, Board of Directors, Vice Chair – Talent Community, Worldwide ERC®
Global Leader, Mobility Advisory Services, Johnson & Johnson
Christine is an Attorney and Director in Fragomen’s Brussels office. She leads the Private Client practice for Benelux, France and Switzerland, and also manages the Netherlands corporate immigration practice. Christine is specialized in assisting investors and entrepreneurs to establish in Europe and advises on both residency and long-term planning. Christine is active in Fragomen’s EU Government Strategies group and she represents Fragomen in the European Commission’s Expert Group for attracting innovative entrepreneurs to the EU. Christine is the EU lead of Fragomen's Brexit Task Force, and also directs government strategies efforts in the Netherlands, working with decision makers to ensure that Dutch immigration policies support business and individuals moving to the Netherlands.
Christine is a US Bar admitted Attorney and she is a Member of the Brussels Bar. Before joining Fragomen, Christine worked at a boutique immigration law firm in the Netherlands, where she focused on all aspects of Dutch immigration. Christine headed that firm’s U.S. Desk, and assisted clients with all aspects of migration and corporate questions, particularly permits for self-employed persons and American entrepreneurs establishing residency in the Netherlands via the Dutch-American Friendship Treaty.