Oct 12th 2023


13:00 -17:00 pm BST


Tate Britain, The Grand Saloon, Millbank SW1P 4RG


Jeremy Beglin,
Regional Business Development Manager UKI & Benelux

We are excited to invite you to our prestigious panel & roundtable event, “The Future of Work 2023 & Beyond”, presented in collaboration with Mercer, where we will explore the latest trends and insights shaping the workplace of tomorrow.

Join us for an engaging afternoon discussion led by industry experts and thought leaders at the iconic Tate Britain as we delve into key issues driving change in our industry. Guests can also look forward to a complimentary buffet lunch and drinks reception, providing ample networking opportunities.

This event is complimentary.  Due to the limited number of seats, we would appreciate a firm confirmation of your participation. This event is for corporate HR professionals only. Crown and Mercer reserves the right to decline any registrations received from companies with conflict of interest  and other potential delegates that do not match the target audience.

Event Itinerary

  • Buffet lunch upon arrival
  • Session 1 – Future of Work: Alignment with talent management
  • Coffee break
  • Session 2 – Future of Mobility: Flexibility, Simplicity and the Employee Experience
  • Drinks reception & networking to close


Session 1 – Future of Work: Alignment with talent management 

How do we best align the future of work with talent management? Mercer will share their latest thought leadership, and Crown will chair a client panel discussion, to deep dive into three key streams – Work from Anywhere and Employer of Records, aligning global mobility with talent management and insights gained from a large global programme, supporting you to align your mobility strategy.

This panel will be followed by a roundtable discussion. 


Session 2 – Future of Mobility: Flexibility, Simplicity and the Employee Experience

Mercer will share the results of their recent short term assignments and permanent transfer policy surveys, and lead a series of round table discussions focused on the use of lump sum and menu-based policy provisions. What are the benefits and risks of adopting these approaches? What are the conditions for success?

October 12th

13:00 – 17:00 BST

Register here

About the facilitator

Jeremy Beglin

Regional Business Development Manager UKI & Benelux

Jeremy is an experienced mobility professional with over twenty years working in the industry. As Regional Business Manager for Crown, he supports clients within his region to develop practical, cost-effective solutions for all their mobility needs.

Mercer speakers

Kate Fitzpatrick, Global Mobility Practice Leader, UK&I

With over 20 years’ experience in Global Mobility policy consultancy, Kate specialises in helping clients consider the impact of wider workforce trends on the Mobility industry.


Michael Grover, Principal Consultant, Global Mobility & UK Legal Industry Leader

Michael manages a portfolio of multinational clients providing guidance and support in the areas of expatriate compensation and Global Mobility policy and program design. He also leads the delivery of Mercer’s Global Mobility client training.