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Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Conference 2011 – Documentation

£39.00 ex VAT

There is ever increasing pressure for employers to measure the business benefits of sending employees overseas vs. the costs. HR professionals have had the challenge of reviewing mobility policies and matching the changing needs of their businesses, whilst also managing and developing international talent.

This presentation will provide you with the necessary tools to refine your mobility process to match changing business needs and objectives. Featuring best practice case studies from Oxfam, BT and Imperial Tobacco, legal updates and knowledge sharing networking sessions, the presentation will examine key aspects of the management of employees working overseas ranging from International talent development and changing legislation to international reward and localisation.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Conference 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Linking Cross Border Assignments with Talent Programmes

Peter Reilly, Director, HR Research & Consultancy Institute of Employment Studies

Session 2

Matching Global Mobility Policies with Business Needs

Caroline Thorley-Farrer Global Mobility Director Atos Origin

Session 3

Global Understanding of Tax Compliance

Ellen Shipley, Head of International Mobility Services and Global Immigration and Organised Sue Robinson, Director, People Services Tax KPMG

Session 4

Understanding UK Immigration Rules

Sarah Buttler, Founder Sarah Butler Associates

Session 5

Immigration Compliance: Moving Employees Outside of the EU

Andrea Elliott, Executive Director Pro-Link Global

Session 6

Pay, Reward and Pensions

Bola Ogun, Group International Reward Manager Imperial Tobacco

Session 7

Managing Localization

Lee Hamilton, Associate Director, International Assignment & Expatriate Tax Services RSM Tenon

Session 8

Managing International Assignees during Crisis

Catherine McMenamin, Global Reward Project Manager and Marianne Walker International Reward Advisor Oxfam

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