Skills, mobility and the future of work

Skills, mobility and the future of work

VIC
Dec 1
The global competition for human capital is a critical factor for growth in a modern economy. To share insights into the trends, real time data and the growing importance of professional migration, CEDA is pleased to welcome LinkedIn's Cliff Rosenberg.
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Speakers

Cliff Rosenberg, Managing Director, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, LinkedIn
Alex Badenoch, Group Executive, Human Resources, Telstra
Yasser EI Ansary, Chief Executive Officer, AVCAL Australian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association Limited

Event Overview

LinkedIn’s dataset of millions of geolocated career histories, provides deep insights into the international migration of professional workers. Join CEDA and Cliff Rosenberg to understand more about the shifting landscape and the technical skills where Australia is winning the global competition for talent.

In the wake of Brexit and an increasingly heated debate about immigration, CEDA will release a new policy perspective in November on the economics of migration, Migration: the economic debate. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the CEDA report.

 

Meet the keynote speaker

Cliff Rosenberg
Managing Director, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, LinkedIn

Meet the panel

Alex Badenoch
Group Executive, Human Resources, Telstra

Yasser EI Ansary
Chief Executive Officer, AVCAL Australian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association Limited

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