Overcoming the Challenges of Employee Relocation

  • Event: Overcoming the Challenges of Employee Relocation
  • Date: 04/10/2018
  • Time: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Venue: Gateway Hub, Shannon Airport House , Shannon, Co Clare
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Does your company hire staff from other countries or transfer employees from international locations? 

Have you encountered the complexities of the Irish immigration system?

Do you find sourcing accommodation and settling-in new staff time consuming and expensive?


Relocating staff can be a stressful and difficult task for your HR team, but it does not have to be.

This event will highlight another way of hiring and/or transferring staff between locations.

Our guest speakers Brian Kelly, Frank Morley and Niamh Bablena from Corporate Care Relocation will share their experiences of managing immigration and relocation on behalf of corporate clients throughout Ireland, be that choosing the correct employment permit or finding a home for a new employee – a solution that works for the employee, their family and the employer.

This event will demonstrate how a professional service provider can bring staff into Ireland legally and settle them in, without stress, making them work-ready from day one.

Speaker Profiles

Co-Owners Brian Kelly and Frank Morley and Operations Manager Niamh Bablena of Corporate Care Relocation have spent much of their careers in the corporate world, living and working in different locations in Europe, USA and Asia. They bring this experience to bear in supporting corporate clients and their employees in their move to Ireland. With a staff of 25 immigration and relocation consultants nationwide, they look after the personal needs of people moving for business. 


     Brian Kelly                                   Frank Morley                     Niamh Bablena


In collaboration with 

More about Corporate Care Relocationhttps://corporatecare.ie/

This session is Free of Charge. Advance booking is essential.

Registration from 7.30 am, commencement at 8 am.