Peering into the Crystal Ball: Using Big Data and Analytics to Achieve Successful Global Mobility and Talent Management Programs

2020 Annual Conference & Exposition
Data and technology can empower HR to guide an organization’s competitiveness and decision-making.

“Big data” has become a buzz phrase across all industries and business functions.  HR professionals have access to more data now than ever.  Data and analytics can be powerful tools to tell the story of a company’s overall health.  But how can they use data in a meaningful way, while avoiding information overload?  This session helps cut through some of the noise and looks at how you can embrace the power of data and technology to create strategic advantages and future-proof your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how to make the shift towards a data and technology driven culture.
  • Explore the use of data and analytics to show trends and provide meaningful information to support global mobility and HR decision making.
  • Discuss how data and analytics can empower HR teams to give their organizations a competitive edge.
  • Explore best practice in data discipline and understand the importance of compliance, as well as the penalties for non-compliance.
Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 7:30am to 8:45am

Julia Onslow-Cole


Julia Onslow-Cole is a Partner in Fragomen specializing in Global Government Strategies and Compliance supporting clients worldwide to optimize global mobility strategies, enhance compliance and leverage best practice in all critical immigration related policies including crisis management.

Before joining Fragomen Julia was a Partner, Legal Markets Leader and Head of Global Immigration at PwC leading complex multi-jurisdictional client engagements and providing strategic global immigration advice.

Julia has been liaising with Government and Business on Brexit and has given expert evidence at the European Parliament. Julia has represented business at the Prime Minister’s immigration stock take meeting and acted as an advisor to the Home Office on business, investment and growth. Julia is a member of the Mayor of London’s Brexit Advisory Group and was recently appointed to the Society for Human Resource Management’s Immigration Specialty Panel and to the board of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Scott Leeb

Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Business Acumen
Critical Evaluation
Leadership & Navigation
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