The EMEA EMMAs Black-tie Dinner & Ceremony takes place on the evening of November 2 nd  where we'll reveal this year's winners!


Be sure to enter and be part of the celebrations 

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Entry deadline is Monday 12th September

FINAL DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES EXTENDED UNTIL 23rd SEPTEMBER (EOD UK TIME)

The SHORTLIST will be announced on Wednesday 28th September

All those who make it onto this year's Shortlist are invited to the Shortlist Party on the 10th October at The Ivy (Tower Bridge) kindly sponsored by Vialto Partners.


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Corporate Awards 

These awards are open to all Global Mobility and HR professionals who manage overseas assignments within their own organization or company and can only be entered by a corporate professional or by a service provider on behalf of the corporate, with their permission.

Awarded to the Global Mobility team or individual who have demonstrated outstanding levels of agility, resourcefulness, and resilience in response to an unprecedented and /or challenging situation (e.g. the Covid crisis). This may include excellence in duty of care, policy redesign (such as virtual assignments or other policy changes), communication and business stakeholder / employee engagement, cost containment and exceeding the delivery of business objectives.


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics
£ 100.00 +VAT (20%)
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Entries should include:

  • How you or your team reacted to the Covid crisis and adapted to the challenges – so you should detail your communications strategy and how you kept your employees safe and secure
  • Tell the judges how you adapted your policies and program to deal with travel restrictions and ensure the delivery of business goals
  • Evidence of achievements and positive impact on the business overall

Awarded to the Global Mobility programme that has demonstrated the best use of cross-border opportunities for attracting top-talent.

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Entries should include:

  • Your aims and strategy
  • Details of challenges overcome and innovations made
  • Evidence of the team’s achievements and positive impact on the wider business


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the in-house global mobility/international assignments/HR team with an assignment population that has demonstrated a best in place ability to deliver objectives and benefits supporting the business strategies of their organization.

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Entries should include:

  • Your team’s strengths
  • Details of challenges overcome and innovations made
  • Evidence of the team’s achievements and positive impact on the wider business


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics
Sponsored by:

Service Provider Awards 

These awards are open to organisations and companies that provide services to Global Mobility and HR professionals and their companies. (for example, relocation management services, immigration or tax advice, removals, technology solutions, corporate housing, cultural training etc.).

Awarded to the Global Mobility service provider company or individual who have demonstrated outstanding levels of agility, resourcefulness and resilience during the Covid crisis. This may include excellence in duty of care, policy redesign (such as virtual assignments or other policy changes), communication and employee engagement, cost containment and delivery of business objectives.

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Entries should include:

  • How you or your company reacted to the Covid crisis and adapted to the challenges – so you should detail your communications strategy and how you assisted your clients to keep employees safe and secure
  • Tell the judges how you adapted your services to deal with travel restrictions and ensure the delivery of your clients’ goals
  • Evidence of achievements and positive impact overall


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested
  • In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the Awarded to the Expatriate Banking, Tax or Financial Services provider that has demonstrated best in class banking, tax or innovative financial services

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of excellence in providing personal banking or tax provision for expatriates and compliance with all appropriate regulations and secure systems
  • Demonstrated excellence in providing financial management for organizations (may include delivering mobility tax and social security planning, country set-up, or establishment of new entities, compliance and support, wealth management, financial wellbeing planning advice for employees, payroll solutions, pension administration and services, multiple currency handling etc.)
  • Proof/ testimonials of client (company and/or assignee) satisfaction and value


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the corporate housing provider, large or small, that has demonstrated best in class corporate housing support for their clients and their internal assignee population in the last year. This includes long-term and short-term lettings.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of excellence in providing or managing a system of accommodation for short or extended periods
  • Meeting quality standards and duty of care
  • Proof/ testimonials of corporate client (organization) and employee satisfaction and demonstrated value


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the Destination Services Provider that has demonstrated best in class service destination services provided to their clients and their internal assignee population in the past year. This includes providers who assist with home search, school search, settling-in and departures, temporary accommodation, cultural awareness, spouse partner assistance etc.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of services delivered and employee satisfaction
  • Details of improved efficiencies or cost savings if appropriate
  • Proof of the positive impact on stakeholders and the wider business

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the Immigration Provider, large or small, that has demonstrated best in class immigration support and compliance for their clients and their internal assignee population in the last year.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of excellence in providing expert immigration and business travel advice and support to organizations and employees
  • Employment verifications, document and transactional support
  • Advisory and advocacy support for organizations that may be impacted by existing immigration regulations or proposed changes to immigration laws and policies


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the healthcare and/or security risk management provider that has demonstrated best in class support and compliance for their clients.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of excellence in providing or managing healthcare or security support or insurance
  • Evidence of excellence in providing training, consulting, monitoring and assistance
  • Evidence of delivering innovative health (including mental health and wellbeing), travel or security risk solutions


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the international moving company that has demonstrated best in class removal service to their clients and their internal assignee population in the last year.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of excellence in the management of moving goods (may include pet relocation)
  • Compliance with all shipping and customs requirements and tracking and security of all items
  • Testimonials of client (company) and assignee satisfaction and value


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible

Each entry should relate to the last 5 years Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the relocation management company that has demonstrated the provision of best in class relocation support service provided to their clients and their internal assignee population in the past year.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of services delivered, improvements in processes and employee satisfaction
  • Details of improved efficiencies or cost savings if appropriate
  • Testimonials of the positive impact on stakeholders and the wider business

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested
  • In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics
Sponsored by:

Awards open to all 

These awards are open to all practicing Global Mobility and HR professionals and their organizations and companies as well as all service providers.

Awarded to the corporate and provider relationships that demonstrate the best delivery of service to the assignee and the business in order to support the organization strategy. Entries should clearly demonstrate the relationship between the corporate client and the service provider and may be submitted by the corporate or provider side, but both parties must be named and give their full permission for the entry.

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GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

Entries should include:

  • Details of how the partnership has worked and evidence of the benefits of the partnership including any cost optimization
  • Evidence of the positive impact on stakeholders and the wider business
  • Evidence of client (corporate organization) or employee satisfaction and value

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested
  • In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:
  • Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the organization that is providing best in class innovation or inventively using technology to bring benefit to the assignee and/or their organization in the management of mobility programs.

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Entries should include:

  • Explanation of the need for the technology and the aim of the system
  • Evidence of the positive impact on stakeholders and the wider business
  • Testimonials of client (corporate organization) or employee satisfaction and value

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry: All submissions must be made online and take the format requested

In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible

Each entry should relate to the last 5 years Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

Client feedback/case studies

Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)

Demos or screenshots of technology

Summaries of research

Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the Global Mobility program that has improved the experience of its assignees through its policies, benefits or career and talent development and by going above and beyond the standard levels of duty of care.

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Entries should include:

• How your policies and practices have improved assignee/employee experience and engagement and delivered higher levels of retention and benefit to the wider business

• Evidence of improved well-being & mental health, or how your organization has delivered its duty of care

• Evidence of improved levels of diversity and inclusion in your organization’s workforce


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 1,500 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the partnership of two service providers that combine to deliver best in class service to their corporate clients. Entries should clearly demonstrate the relationship between the two suppliers, but most importantly, the impact of their combined offerings. Entries may be submitted by either company in the partnership, but both parties must be named and give their full permission for the entry.

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Entries should include:

  • Details of how the partnership has worked and evidence of the benefits of the partnership to corporate clients
  • Evidence of innovation and efficiencies created by the partnership
  • Testimonials of client (corporate organization) or employee satisfaction and value


GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible

Each entry should relate to the last 5 years

Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy).

Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

Client feedback/case studies

Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)

Demos or screenshots of technology

Summaries of research Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the organization that is providing best in class innovation and created a product or systems solution to a specific problem within mobility.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence that it addresses a key need/needs within the global mobility market that was previously unavailable
  • It can be for a single purpose (for example tax compliance) but it should display comprehensive functionality and be user-friendly
  • Proof of value for money or significant cost optimization

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible

Each entry should relate to the last 5 years

Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

Client feedback/case studies

Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)

Demos or screenshots of technology

Summaries of research

Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the organization that has produced the leading, most relevant, innovative or comprehensive research on a topic within global mobility. Please specify if any partner organizations have been involved and ensure that you have permission from the other party to enter.

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Entries should include:

  • The methodology used and details of the survey
  • A clear explanation of the aim of the research and whether this was achieved
  • Evidence of the impact of the research or study on stakeholders or wider audience

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY
In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible

  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy).

Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Awarded to the Global Mobility in-house corporate team or service provider that has demonstrated outstanding levels of resourcefulness and care in terms of sustainability. This may include excellence in minimising environmental impact, increasing equality, diversity and inclusion or increasing responsible consumption and production.

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GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested
  • In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online. Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics

Individual Awards 

These awards are open to all practicing Global Mobility and HR professionals and their organizations and companies as well as all service providers. Individuals can be nominated or can make their own entry.

Once again, this award will be nominated & judged by the FEM Global Mobility community – YOU.

The process is simple just fill out a few questions below and the successful shortlist will be published on the FEM website for the Global Mobility Community to vote for their winner. This award is open to individuals from either a service provider or Corporate HR background who have worked in excess of five years in the Global Mobility industry. The judges will be looking for evidence of a significant, consistent record of achievement with regard to such features as quality of service delivery, innovation, knowledge, excellent customer service and overall professional reputation.

Winners in this category are those likely to be considered for the Outstanding Contribution Award in future years.

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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of leadership, innovation and expertise and service delivery
  • Details of challenges overcome and evidence of influence within the wider business
  • Proof of knowledge sharing within the Global Mobility community and being a positive role model

This award is open to individuals from either a service provider or Corporate HR background who are in their first five years of working in the Global Mobility Industry, but who have been working in the industry for at least a year. They will be regarded by their colleagues and peers as having made a significant impact in the early years of their career, clearly showing exceptional abilities and be destined to be one of the “movers and shakers” in our industry for the future. The judges are looking for evidence of excellent assignee care/customer service and outstanding achievements with regard to such features as quality of service delivery, innovation and knowledge.

GUIDELINES FOR ENTRY

In order for your entry to be considered, please adhere to the following general guidelines for entry:

  • All submissions must be made online and take the format requested In all cases, the judges are looking for concise submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible
  • Each entry should relate to the last 5 years
  • Please keep the total word count of your entry to 2,000 words

Please ensure any supporting materials adhere to the guidelines below:

Please ensure your entry is relevant to the region into which you are entering – if your submission relates to work carried out globally, you must highlight projects in the specific region.

Please note: In the event that your entry is shortlisted, all entry form details e.g. Entry title as completed in the online entry process will be used on Awards collateral (e.g. Website, Awards graphics, Awards Supplement, and in the event that your entry wins, on the trophy). Copy will adhere to the publication’s house style.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You are required to supply up to 3 supporting documents for this category, to be provided in low-resolution format and uploaded online.

Supporting documents can include:

  • Client feedback/case studies
  • Testimonials (marketing pitches will result in disqualification)
  • Demos or screenshots of technology
  • Summaries of research
  • Demonstrable metrics
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Entries should include:

  • Evidence of a thirst for knowledge and a demonstrated willingness and ability to learn
  • Details of challenges overcome, problem-solving and fresh-thinking
  • Evidence of outstanding service delivery to clients or assignees and the wider business

This award is in the gift of FEM and will be announced at the awards ceremony

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