Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Conference 2012 – Documentation

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Unravel some of the most demanding challenges you face when managing a global workforce.
This event has been specially designed to assist in-house HR professionals responsible for the management and administration of expatriate’s and international employees.
Symposium Event’s 4th Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum has been
specifically designed to provide you with the necessary tools to refine your mobility process to
match changing business needs and objectives. The presentation will give you the tools to
ensure the success of every assignment through compliance, managing costs and developing
flexible, competitive policies.

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 2012” documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Developing a FlexiblePolicy; Ensuring Policy Competitiveness

Alex Wayne Global, Head of Mobility
Rio Tinto

 Session 2

Managing Challenges in Emerging Markets

Gareth Davies, Head of Global Mobility
Rolls Royce

 Session 3

Facilitated Discussion: Managing Short Term Assignments

DISCUSSION LEADER Gareth Davies, Head of Global Mobility
Rolls Royce

 Session 4

Facilitated Discussion:Examining the Practicalities of Moving Someone from Country to Country

DISCUSSION LEADER: Helen Walton, Director International Assignments
AstraZeneca plc

 Session 5

Facilitated Discussion: Global Tax Compliance

DISCUSSION LEADER: Elly Parselle, Head of Global Mobility
Tesco

 Session 6

Streamlining Expatriate Pay and Benefits

Mathew Davies Group Compensation & Benefits Manager
G4S

 Session 7

Examining the Practicalities of Moving Someone from Country to Country

Kim Miller Director, EMEA Rewards, Global Human Resources
Brown-Forman Corporate

 Session 8

Global Immigration Compliance

Margaret Burton, Director
Deloitte LLP

 Session 9

Preparing for Future Talent Challenges

Tim Wells, Group Global Mobility Manager
Britvic