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Event : ERC_CE27


Session : GWS15-14238
Global Employment Companies: Managing Corporate Risk and Reducing Mobility Costs
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Kerry Weinger Partner Baker & McKenzie LLP Chicago, Illinois Presenter: Harvinder Freeman, GMS US Global Mobility Manager Oceaneering International, Inc. Houston, Texas
  • We know that global employment companies can solve many challenges regarding compensation and benefits for global expats. This session will identify some of the risks, and determine how global employment companies (GECs) can be used as a tool to manage those risks as well as reduce mobility costs. The session will address when a GEC makes sense, what a GEC is and what it isn�t. Discussion will center on how GECs are structured and best practices in managing stakeholders� expectations as well as meeting the implementation challenges. Audience: Corporate HR/Mobility Professionals
  • Learning Objectives: Understand what a GEC is and what it isn�t Assess the pros and cons of GECs Identify and learn to manage GEC implementation challenges


Session : GWS15-14242
Flexible Family Solutions for a New Generation of Assignees
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Ilene L. Dolins Global Mobility Consultant Mango Languages & REA White Plains, New York Presenters: Cori L. Beaudet, SCRP, SGMS Director, Abbott Talent Deployment Abbott Laboratories Abbott Park, Illinois Tessa Boone Global International Service Policy & Process Manager Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan LaShell Tinder, GMS, GPHR HR Mobility Manager Skanska USA Inc. Parsippany, New Jersey Kate Pellegrino Operations Associate Instacart Boston, Massachusetts
  • Surveys continuously emphasize that the success or failure of an assignment depends on a supportive family, and family support services are critical to that success. In this session, our team of corporate mobility professionals will discuss the special family support programs in their policies and whether they are mandated or voluntary. Learn what new programs are being requested in 2015, and explore the unique approaches required in reaching out to four different generations in the workplace. Audience: Corporate mobility professionals, relocation management company representatives, family support providers
  • Learning Objectives: Explore the current outlook on issues facing families and employers Understand the definition of current "family" units Identify solutions for family support in 2015


Session : GWS15-14243
Doing Business in India
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Anita Krishnaswamy President Global Adjustments Services Pvt Ltd. Chennai, Tamilnadu India Presenters: Ranjini Manian Founder & CEO Global Adjustments Services Pvt Ltd Chennai, India Joanne Grady Huskey North American Representative Global Adjustments Bethesda, Maryland
  • How do you prepare your expats for the 100 degree and the 5000 year mindset? This session will give insights on how to conquer the chaos and win in India. The session, anchored by Ranjini Manian, based on her new book, Make it in India Global CEOs, Indo-US Insights, will share real-life stories and practical advice given in the book by the 12 CEOs she interviewed, representing companies such as Ford, Facebook, Microsoft and IBM. This interactive format will be a high energy audience participation learning environment. Topics will include negotiating the deal, meeting expectations, women on board, and the India impact.
  • Learning Objectives: Develop an understanding of effective working relations within India Explore practical tips for improved business relationships with specific stories from CEOs Gain a perspective on how Americans are viewed and leverage this for business efficiency


Session : GWS15-14244
Worldwide ERC Government Affairs Update
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Hank Roth Senior Counsel Relocation SIRVA Worldwide, Inc. Independence, Ohio Presenters: Peter K. Scott Worldwide ERC Tax Counsel Peter K. Scott Associates Sunset Beach, North Carolina Tristan North Government Affairs Consultant Worldwide ERC McLean, Virginia
  • Learn about current mobility tax and legal issues from Worldwide ERCs Tax Counsel and Government Affairs Advisor, including an update on whats happening in Washington, DC that may affect you or your business. Improve your understanding of the issues Worldwide ERCs Government Affairs Forums are focusing on. Ask your most pressing questions during this popular Q & A session. Audience: This session will be of tremendous value to all mobility professionals.
  • Learning Objectives: Gain insight into the most recent tax and legal issues in the U.S. Access an overview of tax and legal changes impacting assignments globally Develop an awareness of the resources available for mobility professionals


Session : GWS15-14245
Perspectives on Mobility 2020
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Cecilia M. Franchi Director, Global Consulting MSI Hampton, New Hampshire Presenters: David Schofield Director Murray Court Consulting Ltd. Ascot, Berkshire, United Kingdom Laurette Bennhold-Samaan Chief Operating Officer Aperian Global Boston, Massachusetts
  • The global mobility industry has changed considerably in recent years. This complex, dynamic landscape is likely to continue to transform rapidly. We've moved from a focus on classic international secondments to a more flexible mobility world - including short-term and commuter assignments, extended business trips, as well as moving jobs to people and increased virtual mobility. This session looks ahead over the course of the next five years to 2020, from the perspectives of both corporate multinationals and service providers and what they might expect to see and experience. We will look at the factors likely to impact global mobility - economic, political, personal, social and technological - and will suggest how corporate mobility leaders and service providers can best respond to these challenges. Come and see how the view through our crystal ball compares to yours! Attendees will receive Aperian Globals newly published book, Leading Across New Borders: How to Succeed as the Center Shifts which discusses strategies and tools for working across cultures, leading inclusively, running a matrix team, integrating an acquisition, and making tough ethical choices all of which affect global mobility now and in 2020! Audience: Corporate HR/Mobility professionals and service provider partners
  • Learning Objectives: Understand the factors impacting global mobility over the coming years Appreciate what these changes will mean for the global mobility industry. Learn how best to respond to the changes (includes both perspectives: corporate and service providers)


Session : GWS15-14239
How to Develop and Lead a World-class Global Mobility Program
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Jerry Erickson Principal Erickson Immigration Group Arlington, Virginia Presenters: William Taylor, Esq. Head of Global Mobility Adobe Systems Incorporated San Francisco, California Jessie Rinaldi Relocation Program Manager The Bose Corporation Framingham, Massachusetts Susan C. Gregory Head of Talent Mobility Grant Thornton UK LLP London, United Kingdom
  • Are you ready to move to the next level with your mobility program, but dont know where to start? Discover what some of the industry leaders have done to build world-class mobility programs including the lessons learned from failures along the way. Discuss the risk/exposure of not incorporating best policies and practices into your program particularly where compliance issues are concerned. Great leadership contributes to a successful global mobility program join us and learn how you can develop a world-class mobility program that consistently performs at the top. Audience: Corporate HR/Global Mobility Managers
  • Learning Objectives: Discover the essentials required for an exceptional global mobility program Explore best practices for implementing a world-class program Develop a plan for leading, mentoring and communicating to insure that you are leading your team


Session : GWS15-14252
Multigenerational Workforce: Bridge the "Know-Do" Gap
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenter: Rob O'Donnell Managing Director, Consulting Services Solutions 21 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Millennials have been getting press for over a decade. We get it. There are a lot of them and theyre unique. We know why Millennials should get our attention but what are organizations doing to bridge the Know Do gap? How are companies taking advantage of this once-in-a-generation chance to attract and develop this talented cohort? Who is in front of this customer and client demographic bubble and what are they doing to capture the hearts and minds (and wallets) of Generation Y? Best practices who gets it in the mobility industry?
  • Invest an hour and find out. At the end of this engaging and interactive session, youll have answers to these pressing questions: Why is this important to the Workforce Mobility industry? What are we forgetting (or ignoring) about Generation Y? What 1 management skill crosses every generational barrier? Whos killin it with Millennials and what can we learn from them? How do I turn these ideas into competitive advantage at my company?


Session : GWS15-14246
Managing the Compliance Challenges Arising from Incentive Compensation and Retirement Plans for Mobile Employees
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Kerry Weinger Partner Baker & McKenzie LLP Chicago, Illinois Presenters: Harvinder Freeman, GMS US Global Mobility Manager Oceaneering International, Inc. Houston, Texas Melissa S. Sudano, CRP, SGMS-T Director, Mobility CA Technologies Islandia, New York
  • This session will examine the compliance challenges arising from incentive compensation (including equity awards) and retirement plans for mobile employees. During this session, the discussion will focus on the issues faced managing risks and addressing the compliance challenges generated by mobile employees. The discussion will address cross-border tax exposures in addition to labor law and data privacy concerns. Audience: Corporate HR/mobility professionals and policy consultants
  • Learning Objectives: Identify the compliance issues Learn best practices for risk management Understand approaches to tracking trailing tax liabilities


Session : GWS15-14248
Localization: Get Off the Negotiation Treadmill
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Genie Martens Senior Manager, Client Engagement and Advisory Consultant AIRINC Cambridge, Massachusetts Presenters: Frank Schuitema Director, Global Compensation & International Mobility International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. New York, New York Ms. Patty Chookhae-Kragh, GMS Program Manager, Global Mobility Biogen Cambridge, Massachusetts Mary Ellen Myhr, GMS Senior Manager, Client Engagement AIRINC Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Country to country differences in pay levels, benefits, taxes, currencies, living costs and cultures can present challenges to mobility professionals who must transition temporary assignees and cross-border transfers to local terms and conditions. Without a comprehensive policy in place, localizations can involve lengthy negotiations with potential transferees, increasing costs and resulting in inequitable compensation arrangements. In this session, we will explore how to establish localization packages that meet employee needs as well as harmonize with compensation arrangements for local national peers. We will learn about the hallmarks of robust localization policies and consider some practical aspects of localization practices for difficult transfers. Attendees will learn how one company defines and manages their robust localization program, hear about anothers process to establish their first localization policy, and share in some case study examples that highlight solutions for problem localizations.
  • Learning Objectives: Understand the hallmarks of a robust localization policy; how to structure policy and practice to limit negotiations with employees Explore differentiations in policy and practice for expat to local vs. cross-border hire Identify watch outs and how to address difficult localizations


Session : GWS15-14249
Should I Stay or Should I go! - Maximizing Your Time, Money and Resources Making the Right Decision
Conference : 2015 Global Workforce Symposium Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Co-Moderators: Chris Kline Executive Vice President Bristol Global Mobility Phoenix, Arizona Steve Lewis, GMS Asian Representative Bristol Global Mobility Asia Wan Chai, Hong Kong China Presenters: Marc Ensign Director, Global Category Management Sonoco Hartsville, South Carolina Jason Mendelsohn, CRP, GMS-T Global Mobility Program Manager Hasbro, Inc. Pawtucket, Rhode Island Jodi Harris Global Mobility Manager Harris Corporation Melbourne, Florida
  • Why do companies go out for an RFP and what is an RFP trying to achieve? This session will explore the process of RFPs and address questions such as who owns the RFP, who needs to be included in an RFP, and how do you measure the RFP process. Investigate recent inclusions in RFPs and determine what you need to do to make the process work for your company. Audience: Corporation HR/mobility professionals and service providers
  • Learning Objectives: Discover how to evaluate your current program within corporate objectives Learn to develop action plans to repair or replace your current supplier Obtain the tools needed to select a new supplier



     


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