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Welcome to GMF 2019
Realising Increased Workforce Mobility & Agility: An Overseas Example
Building a Culture of Mobility for All Within Business Structures
With the rapidly changing consciousness of what mobility can offer, HR & mobility teams are having to work tirelessly to better align business objectives & executive understanding with technical capabilities and growing expectations of the global workforce:
Perfecting the Balance of Attractive Mobility Offerings against Costs & Compliance.
In the eyes of the business mobility offerings are be expensive and time consuming. But for others, it’s the perfect way to achieve those new experiences and much needed work/life balance. This session will look what mobility teams can do improve a business’ competitiveness whilst keeping costs & resources to a minimum.
Building a successful immigration program in the new Temporary Skill Shortage Subclass 482 Environment
Protectionism and anti-globalisation politics continue around the world and we have witnessed this in Australia with the introduction of the Subclass 482 Temporary Skill Shortage visa last year. While the 482 visa has tightened immigration policies, talent mobility continues to be a key solution for our economy and individual organisations operating in a world driven by innovation and knowledge. In this panel discussion we will cover:
Misunderstandings, Misperceptions, Missed Opportunities - the Challenges of Cross-Cultural Communication
What enables effective communication across cultures? What can we do to improve our communication in situations of cultural diversity? How can we avoid the ‘misses’?
How do companies incorporate flexibility into their current global mobility program?
Our Mobility Outlook Survey shows an increase in alternative assignment types. In addition, 51% of companies have predicted the need for more cross-border assignments. How are these companies aligning these assignments with the right approach given there are at least 5 different policies to choose from?
In this discussion we will focus on:
Is Your Global Workforce Financially Organised?
Moving your international workforce comes with some unique financial challenges. We help to take the complexity out of relocation and focus on helping your expats navigate the financial journey by covering;
Live polling session hosted by Keryn Mendes, CSIRO & Arieta Gavriniotis, Rio Tinto
Corporate Roundtable Session Summary :
For further details on each of the sessions please scroll further down to the Roundtable header
Leading Organisational Talent and Capability Strategy
Using Mobility Software and Technology to your best advantage. The theme will explore;
Does a center of expertise in your group support and ease the management of your international mobile workforce?
Content Summary :
What if your new specific strategic subsidiary or branch was able to manage your international mobile workforce. Provide you with all the services of an HR department including : HR administration, coherent and equitable employment packages, international payroll, international social security management, package calculation and presentation, accounting, intra-group rebilling, cash management, cost estimate, budget and reporting, full compliance with international regulations and risk management and ideally allow you to bring the right competencies to the right markets in a timely manner.
Global tax and immigration authorities are more connected than ever – how connected is your business?
The ability of tax and immigration authorities to leverage technology in order to share and match data is higher than ever before. How do you ensure your organisation is positioned to stay ahead?
Is Your Organisation Immigration Compliant and Risk Ready?
Global Mobility Wheel of Fortune!
Come join us in this interactive session concerning each step of the global mobility management lifecycle. Where do the Challenges and Opportunities lie?
Expense reimbursement processes for assignees and business travellers.
The Key to Forming a Successful Global Mobility and Procurement Partnership
The new corporate marriage of convenience has Global Mobility partnering with Procurement during the ‘services’ purchasing process and beyond. Both departments are responsible for ensuring costs are contained and vendors are managed effectively. Hear some of today’s leading experts share their insights on building value-driven partnerships that meet company objectives.