Global Mobility Professional of the Year in APAC

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Aiesle Ascrate

Nominations Job Title

Mobility Advisor

Nominations Company

Wood

Why should this person win Global Mobility Professional of the Year?

“Aiesle is a shining star! The behaviors she has displayed, her positive attitude and customer centric approach has made her a standout. She has received excellent feedback from our business, assignees and vendors regarding the services and support they have received. In the past year she has handled an assignee bereavement, liaised with the family and cleared the serviced apartment - which was handled this with care and integrity. She has also spearheaded initiatives that have: Improved the employee experience – implementing an initiative whereby she will call the first assignee mobilised onto a project to understand if there were any gaps in support and tweaking support for future mobilisations. She had weekly call with her assignees who were stuck in Singapore due to border restrictions to ensure they are taken care of. Automated process, resulting in time savings - She has collaborated with our pre-employment medical vendor to implement an automated initiation process, saving the entire team time and enable us to track initiations for the global team.

Pro-actively updated and managed expectations during the pandemic and came up with mobilisation strategies and also updated projects to ensure they were updated in real time. One of the projects she supports stated 'she gives clear and concise advice which is valued not only internally but also our client. lifting the mobility team up – Aiesle is a key player within the team to ensure the mental wellbeing of our mobility family was healthy. She arranged some fantastic online quizzes and got the global team to participate.

Inclusion and Diversity Champion – She drives our inclusion and diversity program and shares with us values moments and ways the team could include I&D. Also has prepared LGBT country guides to share on the company intranet.”

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Amanda Tinner

Nominations Job Title

Founder and Immigration Specialist

Nominations Company

Visa Executive

Why should this person win Global Mobility Professional of the Year?

“Amanda and her team provide professional, caring support in migration advice and practice. Like many service providers in these difficult times her clients are in very stressful situations, both the corporate clients and the individual recipients.

Amanda always deals with people in a caring, knowledgeable, supportive way with a dash of humour. She acknowledges the difficulties of the current situation in Australia and will never mislead clients, while working her hardest to ensure their needs are met.”

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Beth Griffiths

Nominations Job Title

Global Mobility Manager

Nominations Company

Mott MacDonald

Why should this person win Global Mobility Professional of the Year?

“Beth Griffiths is a passionate, engaging and agile Global Mobility professional with over 18 years of experience gained in both EMEA & APAC. She has a huge breadth of expertise gained in both inhouse and outsourced settings and is a very engaging & energetic presenter at industry events. Beth is always keen to give back to the global mobility community and frequently shares her knowledge and experience with her peers. She is also extremely supportive of new GM talent in the community and has been able to act as an effective mentor to those who are starting out in their mobility career.

Beth definitely deserves recognition for all of this and much more. Her Industry sector experience includes FMCG, Professional Services, Pharma, Engineering Consultancy, having had the opportunity to work for companies such as Procter & Gamble, EY, Astra Zeneca and Mott MacDonald.”

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Jayne Line

Nominations Job Title

APAC Regional Head Talent Mobility Operations Strategy

Nominations Company

Johnson & Johnson

Why should this person win Global Mobility Professional of the Year?

“Jayne is a highly regarded -and frequently consulted - member of the world's GM community, and a go-to source of incisive, up-to the-minute strategy for her J&J stakeholders. She contributes to J&J her deep expertise in developing and executing their mobility program strategies, whilst helping to drive transformational change in and beyond this time of crisis to support business objectives. Jayne's professionalism means she is often invited as an industry-speaker and acts as a mentor and coach to others aspiring to higher levels of personal growth and achievement in the International Human Resources space.

Jayne has worked across multiple industries including advertising, tech, FMCG, Pharma and more and this depth and breadth is reflected in the way she supports and contributes across her sphere of influence. Jayne has a wealth of experience in international assignment management, including operations, expat compensation methodology, people management, supply chain, strategy and global mobility transformation. She has worked in several MNCs well known for their excellent talent mobility strategy where she has played an integral part in their global mobility journey.

What I like and admire about Jayne is that she is always more than happy to share her thoughts, information and perspective on industry matters. She always makes time for people and is a regular participator in the in house benchmarking sessions. Jayne's experience spans both inhouse and supply side as well as a period with the Big Four which makes her a true all rounder. I first met Jayne 13 years ago when she was my client. I am so glad to have reconnected with her all these years later and I believe she deserves to win Global Professional of the Year 2021.”

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Rohit Kumar

Nominations Job Title

Jt. Managing Director

Nominations Company

IKAN Relocation Services India pvt ltd

Why should this person win Global Mobility Professional of the Year?

“Rohit Kumar has over a period of twenty years created a trail of achievements through leadership, quality of the highest global standards, on going and continual product innovations and technological inventions, ensuring outstanding contribution to IKAN and the Industry within India, making IKAN the most awarded business in IT space. Rohit Kumar and IKAN have many firsts to their names since 2013: First DSP in India to have achieved the twin quality certification of EGQS and ISO 9001-2015 as early as 2015.

The IKAN team has consistently achieved a greater than 95 % satisfaction score year on year. IKAN since 2015 and has won Seventeen international awards during this period of re existence. The invention of a unique technology ecosystem comprising of i-track, i-naviagte, i-tour and Virtual Relo. Another product innovation is the greenfield project - SENRI which provides a corporate housing solution for Japanese executives operating at very remote locations within India. Rohit was appointed a mentor by EURA. Rohit has spoken at various mobility events and conferences in recent times. Rohit has also been inducted into various RMC panels including that of Cartus.

Rohit took bold transforming decisions for IKAN in March 2020, strengthened its resilience and raised service levels despite significant hurdles while responding to the pandemic with agility, process and technological innovation and renewed customer focus. When another DSP could have made the choice to make redundancies, IKAN reallocated resources towards employee retention, training and development and imbibed a culture of collaboration, created new performance metrics, worked towards digital transformation, thought beyond silos, focussed on relationship building, encouraged intellectual curiosity, developed a hybrid work model, empowered all stake holders, and adopted industry differentiators.”

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