Embracing Dual Careers for Successful Talent Retention

Welcome to our HR breakfast seminar on 24th of April!

Did you know that when deciding whether to accept an international assignment, a remarkable 97% of accompanying partners listed employment or career opportunites as the top concern?

Recent studies confirm that the successful adaptation of accompanying partners poses the greatest challenge in retaining international talent. Without adequate support systems, partners often feel lost as they struggle to navigate their new environment. This not only takes an emotional toll on the whole family but can also result in substantial financial losses for companies in the event of assignment failure.

In this breakfast seminar, Kirsty Malcom, a successful media producer and director from the UK, will share her journey and what it is like to be on the other side of international recruitment. Drawing from her own experience of living in Stockholm for 1.5 years, she will talk about the adjustments she made to adapt to the cultural, social, and professional aspects of her new life in Sweden. 


Date: Thursday, April 24th, 2024
Location: Grow Internationals, Torsgatan 26, Stockholm
Time: 7:30–9:00
(breakfast will be served at 7:30; the seminar will begin at 8:00)

This event is free of charge for HR and Global Mobility professionals. Please register via the provided form before April 20th to secure your spot and learn what your company can do to better support your international talent and their families.


Kirsty Malcom - journalist, producer, and founder of Roll Nine Productions

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