From a family of immigrants to assisting families in their journeys across the globe, Danyel Andre Margarido, based in Brazil, is a professional with more than ten years of experience in GM.
Global Mobility Policies GMJ Ambassadors explore developing Global Mobility Policies A glimpse into the many and often complex challenges that Global Mobility Professionals face when developing policy through the expert eyes of the GMJ Ambassadors (HR Mobility) Members of GMJ. Global Mobility policies, the future of work, the remote work policies and helping changes with immigration. I think it's really highlighted the importance of the global mobility professional. From a delivery point of view, although it has enabled a lot of mobility practitioners to accelerate their seat at the table. And working with the organization on strategic delivery for talent management.
Mobility & Covid A GMJ Channel Dedicated to the effect Covid continues to have on Mobility The GMJ Ambassadors share reflections of not only how Mobility is affected by Covid but also how mobility can press forwards in the now of today.
Brazil & Global Mobility GMJ Ambassadors share insights on assignments to Brazil For many expats, Brazil is the dream location because of its tropical rainforests, stunning beaches, and welcoming locals - just to name a few! Brazilians tend to welcome people really easy and our teams are really tuned to welcoming someone from another culture. I understand that there are some cultures that they tend to be more when around us because we touch, we hug. Brazil is really welcoming. Our people is really welcoming. The biggest challenges, I believe, are immigration, because even though we have new immigration law, which started two years ago, it's still really restrictive on what the person can do with their visa.
Global Mobility Tales Every great story has a beginning Global Mobility is a vocation, in essence a calling for many, but how do they end up on this exciting road. Sit back, relax and enjoy the Global Mobility Tales. I worked in a number of different spaces, but having the opportunity to actually be an expert on an assignment was kind of that tipping point for me to really be in the mobility space. So I started out in global mobility by accident. I feel like I've heard that often in the mobility space that people just come about it. But the problem solving and of course, helping the people kind of navigate that important part of their life where they're kind of finding an intersect between their personal and professional lives, for me is really rewarding.