Invitation To Breakfast Seminar – TEMI AUGUST

By |2019-06-24T20:11:01+10:00June 13th, 2019|Australian immigration, Compliance, Immigration, Mobility, Policy, Relocation, Skills, Strategy, Tax, trends|

Invitation To A Breakfast Seminar We are getting in early and want you to make an entry in your diary. Post the Federal Election the ruling party will be keen to put their stamp on the political landscape. The Immigration Department has already legislated changes to begin in November and these changes will affect [...]

The Changing World of Work

By |2018-06-19T17:32:38+10:00June 19th, 2018|Cultural Diversity, Global Talent Pipelines, Mobility, Policy, Relocation, Skills, Strategy, Talent Management, Technology|

In this issue, Deborah de Cerff, TEMI Founder, talks with Brynne Kennedy, Topia CEO, about the opportunities and challenges global mobility has for today’s changing workforce. Brynne Kennedy, Founder / CEO Topia Three major trends have changed the nature of work today: (1) an increasingly global and complex inter-dependent economy, (2) changing demographics [...]

Leveraging Global Career Experience

By |2017-10-01T15:07:11+11:00October 1st, 2017|Aligning Global Mobility, Career, Design, Expatriates, Global Mobility Professional, Global Talent Pipelines, Mobility, Policy, Skills, Strategy, Talent Management, Travel|

Global career experience is a competitive advantage for individuals, teams and businesses but are we getting the most out of it? There is no doubt that in today’s global economy international career experience is an enormous asset for both individuals and businesses alike. However too often there is a lingering question as to just how [...]

Meet Liz Mann

By |2017-03-10T12:21:17+11:00March 10th, 2017|Career, Global Mobility Professional, Mobility, Skills, Tax|

We interviewed Liz Mann, Talent Mobility Business Partner – People & Culture. Liz is responsible for managing the global mobility function for Grant Thornton Australia.   Give us a bit of background about you and your career so far. With over 20 years’ experience in HR, I’ve spent half of that time specialising in the [...]

Can I have my cake and eat it too?

By |2017-01-19T20:22:44+11:00December 18th, 2016|Career, Employment Law, Skills, Tax, Technology|

Article by: Shana Schreier-Joffe The Global Mobility and Skills Forum in Adelaide held on the 22nd to 24th November 2016 was an international conference designed to explore the challenges facing business in dealing with skill acquisition and an increasingly mobile workforce. There were numerous very experienced and thought provoking speakers at the conference, however one [...]

Why is it important to keep learning?

By |2017-01-19T20:22:48+11:00May 20th, 2016|Compliance, CPD Points, Global Mobility Professional, Global Mobility Training, Mobility, Skills|

In a dynamic and constantly evolving industry such as global mobility, ongoing learning provides a number of benefits. Choosing to dedicate time to study the industry and learn from experts in the field, endows you with invaluable knowledge. Further learning will immerse you in the mobility sphere and provide you with a distinct advantage in [...]

Top 5 skills an employee should possess

By |2017-01-19T20:22:49+11:00May 20th, 2016|Cultural Diversity, Global Mobility Training, Mobility, Skills|

In today’s market, it is essential for any potential employee to exhibit an array of highly valued skills and characteristics. Human Resources professionals are continuously on the lookout for workers with a combination of skills which are essential to succeeding in a complex and global workforce. As companies expand their businesses globally, seek key talent [...]

Interview Tips

By |2017-01-19T20:22:54+11:00October 15th, 2014|Career, Global Mobility Professional, Skills|

You have secured that elusive job interview – congratulations! Now is the time to translate your skills on paper to an interview which makes you stand out from the crowd and ultimately, secure the job. Here are some Do’s and Don’ts for the interview:  Do Smile and be positive. Only a small percentage of communication involves [...]

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