Since our inception, OneExpatServices
has been totally focused on building a strategic, quality Global Mobility Consultancy.
We are a small and young company which focusses on the support of small to medium sized companies that are stepping out into the international world yet lack the experience in how to send employees abroad.
We know what it means to have to "quickly send someone" and the fact that it has become normal to travel, to work abroad gives the impression that transferring internationally is done easily. What often gets forgotten is the increasing complexity of the local countries, their possibly contradicting regulations, the time it needs to collect all the data, and last but not least what it means for an employee to transfer with the family.
This is your one-stop-shop where we support you with the case management, policy design, processes and project management- always tailored to your specific company needs.
We believe in working only with the best companies to achieve your goals- from the data provider, the physical relocation as well as support for taxes and insurances.
Owner and Managing Director
Natalie started her career in Finance in various roles in Germany and South Africa. She studied Industrial and Organisational Psychology in South Africa and moved in 2003 to Switzerland. Since then she had various roles in Human Resources, the last 7.5 years as Head of International Assignment of a big Corporate in the Elevator Industry. She has thus gained solid experience in working with multinational organisations both from a branch as well as HQ perspective and experience with matrix organisations.
She has most recently decided to open up her own company “OneExpatServices GmbH” supporting small and medium sized company that are on their way to growing internationally yet lack the knowledge to transfer their employees abroad.
Natalie is a frequent speaker at various Global Mobility Conferences, enjoy working across organisations and sharing in professional networks. Furthermore, she is Guest Lecturer at the module "intercultural cooperation" for the degree "Bachelor of Applied Psychology" at the College for Applied Psychology, institute for Research and Development Cooperation, at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) in Olten.