What does employee relocation means to both employer and employee

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In this episode, Kasia Śliwak, HR Programme Manager Poland at Top Employers Institute, share her extensive experience and knowledge about mobility.

According to Deloitte, "We live in a fast-paced, mobile and data driven world where geography is no longer a barrier to prompt and effective service delivery, social media has heightened user expectations of instant communication and collaboration, and data is fueling business insight. Nowhere are these changes more apparent than in the world of global mobility, where by definition instant global access to data and service via mobile platforms is critical."

What employee relocation really means to both employer and employee, how the process looks, what steps need to be considered and why companies decide to relocate employees will be discussed in today's podcast.

My guest on the show is Kasia Sliwak, an HR professional with nearly 10 years of experience in a global environment across various areas of HR (with scope across western and central eastern Europe including positions with exposure and execution of European labour law, system implementations, restructuring, business support, HR consulting, auditing, people and vendor management).

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The book Kasia refers to is Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.

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What does employee relocation means to both employer and employee

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