WRRI's Client Strategy Summit: Passport to Opportunity

Date: Monday, June 4, 2012 - Wednesday, June 6, 2012
City: Toronto, ON

The new economy will bring unprecedented workforce mobility challenges. It will also bring great opportunities. To help your company capitalize and build a relocation program that complements your strategic and talent management goals, you need the most up-to-date tools and resources. And that’s what you’ll get at the WRRI 2012 Client Strategy Summit.

Ipsos Public Affairs Senior Vice President and Managing Director, John Wright, shares insights on the Changing Face of Canadian Relocation. Which country would you most want to relocate to? Which country has the healthiest economy? And which country’s citizens seem happiest? These are just some of the questions that were posed to over 11,000 employees in 24 countries through a recent Ipsos Global @dvisor survey, and their responses offer fascinating insight to emerging attitudes toward global mobility, not to mention how foreign professionals really view Canada and other top destination countries. John Wright will offer a detailed analysis of the survey’s findings — many of which will help your recruitment and talent deployment efforts!

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For information on Ipsos Global @dvisor, please click here or watch the Global @dvisor Video here.


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