April 13, 2018

Join us for our Worldwide ERC Webinar—Geopolitical Upheaval and Duty of Care: What Mobility Managers Need to Know

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Join us for our Worldwide ERC Webinar—Geopolitical Upheaval and Duty of Care: What Mobility Managers Need to Know

Posted by: Tracey Rennie, Vice President, Client Services

As organizations move employees and their families to an expanding list of areas around the globe, Duty of Care—defined as a company’s responsibility to protect its employees and ensure their safety and security—is vital to the relocation process. Risks to employee safety and well-being can come from a variety of areas, and knowing how to address these concerns is important for global mobility managers.

Please join Cartus for our Worldwide ERC® webinar, Geopolitical Upheaval and Duty of Care: What Mobility Managers Need to Know, on April 24 at 11:00 (ET). I will be joined by Caio Leal, Director, Client Services at Cartus, and Alvaro Borquez, Senior HR Manager, Latin America for Procter & Gamble, as we discuss how unexpected events can considerably impact the relocation process. We will share our experience with a group move against a volatile political background in Latin America, how Duty of Care can be severely impacted by geopolitical instability, and discuss the importance of an organization's preparedness to safeguard business operations and employees.

Please be sure to register for the webinar on this important topic. I look forward to having you join us!

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Tracey Rennie

About Tracey

Tracey has been with Cartus for 15 years, beginning her career in our Swindon, UK office and is currently based in Calgary, Canada. She has provided industry leadership and trusted guidance to many key Cartus clients over the years and played a pivotal role in Cartus’ Brazil office start-up and in its ongoing operations.

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