SOURCE: MOVE Guides

MOVE Guides

September 27, 2016 12:00 ET

MOVE Guides to Share How Technology Powers Global Mobility at ERC's 2016 Global Workforce Symposium

CEO Brynne Herbert to Provide Key Insights During Panel Discussion; Company to Exhibit Relocation Management Software

SAN FRANCISCO, CA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwired - Sep 27, 2016) -  Relocating talent around the globe involves a great deal of complexity, from coordinating shipping, immigration, real estate and countless other services, to supporting employees and their families at a time of high stress. MOVE Guides, helping HR teams move their employees around the world -- for any reason, any policy and any location, today announced that it will share its expertise on how businesses can overcome the challenges of employee relocations and create successful talent mobility programs at Worldwide ERC's 2016 Global Workforce Symposium, taking place October 5 - 7, 2016 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.

"As more organizations deploy talent around the globe, companies find that the systems used to manage employee relocations are outdated, fragmented and inefficient," said MOVE Guides CEO Brynne Herbert. "MOVE Guides was built to transform the talent mobility industry, blending elegant technology with empathetic and personalized support throughout every employee relocation. We look forward to showing attendees of the Global Workforce Symposium how they can integrate such solutions into their mobility programs and create an enhanced employee experience for their mobile talent."

During the 2016 Global Workforce Symposium, Herbert will participate in the "Increasing Productivity and Building Your Brand with Technology" session on Thursday, October 6 at 3:15 p.m. EDT. In this panel discussion, Herbert and the other panelists will address the benefits and outcomes of integrating technology to support evolving global demands and the newest trends in the talent mobility industry. Herbert will share her insights on how technology solutions can improve productivity, meet the expectations of customers and create a positive experience for relocating employees and their families.

In addition to Herbert's panel, MOVE Guides will exhibit its Talent Mobility Cloud, a leading relocation management software, at Booth No. 209 in the event's expo hall. This innovative platform enables businesses to instantly estimate the cost of all employee relocations and assignments, track spend versus budget and access all of their talent, global supply chain and spend data through real-time dashboards and reporting. MOVE Guides' team of global mobility experts will show attendees firsthand how it brings together all parties involved in a global mobility program into the same system, while delivering an enhanced employee experience.

Visitors to the MOVE Guides booth can also take part in its election-themed giveaway contest to "Make Mobility Great Again." Attendees can "vote" for the prize they want, including a free trip, carry-on luggage, noise-canceling headphones, an Amazon Echo and several gift cards.

Talent mobility professionals, HR specialists and business leaders who wish to learn more about MOVE Guides and its innovative approach to global mobility -- and vote for their chance to win a prize -- are encouraged to attend Herbert's session and visit the company at Booth No. 209.

Additional information about Worldwide ERC's 2016 Global Workforce Symposium, including registration details, can be accessed at: http://www.worldwideerc.org/gws16/Pages/conference-home.aspx.

About MOVE Guides
MOVE Guides helps HR teams move their employees around the world for any reason, any policy and any location. MOVE Guides partners with leading multinational companies to deliver a full global mobility program across 200 countries with their Talent Mobility Cloud platform, concierge-level support for employees and a global supply chain of partners. 

MOVE Guides has offices in the Americas, EMEA and APAC, and is backed by New Enterprise Associates and Notion Capital. For more information, go to: http://www.moveguides.com and follow MOVE Guides on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.