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WECAN Conference on the 21st and 22nd of April 2021

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Mobility Across the Pond in 2021

Global mobility and the migration of highly skilled talent are vitally crucial to economic growth and sustainability. 

The post-pandemic workplace and the role of work are radically different than a year ago. The systems and regulatory frameworks that govern employees’ movement across borders are outdated and will be a drag on the recovery. These policies and regulatory frameworks must be addressed with some urgency. 

EMG’s CEO Nino Nelissen is to join the talk on: Advancing a New Policy Framework for Migration and Mobility

The talk will be taking place on Thursday, April 22 12:10 PM-12:40 PM.

Signup for the event at https://wecan2021.org

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WECAN Conference on the 21st and 22nd of April 2021

Mobility Across the Pond in 2021

Global mobility and the migration of highly skilled talent are vitally crucial to economic growth and sustainability. 

The post-pandemic workplace and the role of work are

Read More


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Looking forward to providing a moving experience,
Nino Nelissen – Founder of EMG