January 18th 2022


8.30 -10.00am CET


1 hr 30 minutes


Giovanni De Carlo,
Business Development Director EMEA

Redefining Employee Experience priorities … again!

We are certainly not out of the storm in terms of the pandemic. However, with vaccinations becoming more available, there is a growing sense that this is not a permanent landscape and there is optimism for the future.

What do Global Mobility professionals anticipate in terms of EX (Employee Experience), CX (Customer Experience). and our industry? Like many trends in Global Mobility, we see alignment increasing with corporate and Human Resources trends and priorities.

Join International SOS and Crown for a roundtable discussion with a fantastic panel, on the changing course of EX.



Underlying themes we’ll be discussing

  1. Emerging EX priorities during Covid-19
  2. Medical Travel Risk Outlook 2022 (provided by International SOS)
  3. Mental wellbeing and companies’ responsibilities
  4. Current pandemic and its impact on Global Mobility (including corporate contributions from Sulzer, Credit Suisse and Henry Schein)
  5. Outlook and possible trends for 2022

Jan 18

8.30 – 10am CET

Register here

About the facilitator

Giovanni De Carlo

Business Development Director EMEA

Giovanni started his career within the aviation industry. For the last 12 years, Giovanni has mainly been acting as an executive in commercial and general management functions, which allowed him to gain a vast experience in managing people in multicultural and rapidly changing environments.

As Business Development Director for Crown, he continuously expands his know-how by suggesting global mobility solutions for multinational companies and closely follows industry trends on a worldwide basis.

 He has lived and worked in the U.K., Austria, Spain, Geneva and Zurich.

Our panelists

Dr Stefan Esser

Regional Medical Director, International SOS, Central Europe

Dr. Esser graduated from the University of Aachen, Germany in 1988 with a Medical Degree and medical doctorate, followed by extended clinical experience in surgery, emergency medicine, travel medicine, sports medicine and family medicine at the Central Military Hospital Koblenz.

He has published and given a large number of articles, lectures, presentations and seminaries on pain management, occupational health, travel medicine, travel risk prevention, and medical marketing.

During past seven years Stefan was the medical lead of International SOS‘ Frankfurt Assistance Centre, one of 27 Assistance Centers globally. Every year, Frankfurt AC handles around 10,000 medical cases including 100 evacuations and repatriations.

International SOS is in the business of protecting and saving lives, when involved in medical or security situations. More than 11,000 multi-cultural medical, security and logistics full-time experts stand by to provide support and assistance from over 1,000 locations in 90 countries, in more than 95 languages, giving workforce peace of mind 24/7, every day of the year, be it online, on call or on-site.


Pascal Weyermann

Pascal Weyermann, Director Human Resources Global Oral Reconstruction Group, Henry Schein

Pascal Weyermann worked in various leading HR functions in international companies, where he has acquired in-depth expertise in strategic and operational HR management. His many years of consulting activity led him to various sectors such as medical technology, personal services, IT and telecommunications, industry, trade as well as financial and insurance services.

Since 2017, Pascal has been working as HR Director at Henry Schein and is responsible for Global Human Resource Management in the dental implant division. He accompanies the senior management team in particular in all merger & acquisition activities as well as in the implementation of transformation processes and change management projects. Pascal has extensive experience in an international environment, his diverse projects and tasks have taken him to Asia, the USA and the EMEA region.

Further to the commercial apprenticeship, Pascal Weyermann completed an MAS in Human Resources Management and a CAS in Coaching & Change Management at the Institute for Applied Psychology in Zurich.

Marie-Christine Nyffenegger-Duc

Global Mobility Professional at Credit Suisse

Marie-Christine has over 20 years of global mobility experience working in international assignment management. She joined Credit Suisse in 2010 as a Global Mobility Manager after holding several positions incl. team leader with a multinational technology corporation.

Her current focus is on consulting within all areas of global mobility, including consulting advice in relation to Multi-State/Cross border workers, escalation management as well as vendor management.

Marie-Christine holds a Certificate of Advanced Studies in International HR Management of ZHAW, Zurich University of Applied Sciences. She is passionate about gender equality and is leading on a volunteer basis several projects for women and men’s empowerment in the workplace.

Matthias Rüttimann

Head of Mobility Sulzer, Management Ltd

Matthias is an experienced professional with over 10 years of experience in Global Mobility, having spent a number of years within the Big 4 expatriate tax functions and also within in-house Mobility roles within Switzerland. In his current role, he manages the end-to-end mobility process across the global organization, including short and long term assignments, international local hires and other complex cross border arrangements.