Tea, coffee and light breakfast available upon arrival. Exhibitor zone open for networking.
Welcome to MMF 2019 with the opportunity to try out our interactive Q&A and live voting in-app software.
Realising Increased Workforce Mobility & Agility: An Overseas Example
Building a Culture of Mobility for All Within Business Structures
Mobility Mishaps – Stories from the Frontline
EY will share stories which talk to some of the immigration challenges businesses face every day, the associated risks, how to practically deal with the related immigration and tax compliance issues, and what advantages can be realised through an integrated approach to holistically managing company policy, immigration, tax and relocation processes for your globally mobile employee population.
2019 Mobility Outlook Survey – Global Mobility Trends
AIRINC will share key findings from the 2019 Mobility Outlook Survey and discuss the relevancy of these global findings to Australian companies. Find out how global companies are managing its global mobility functions and what they consider as the most important outcome of a cross-border assignment. While companies are putting in more stringent evaluations on international assignments, are they changing the approach of how they are sending their employees out?
Using Mobility Software and Technology to your best advantage.
Anna and Heather will explore;
Business travellers - coming to grips with managing their tax and immigration compliance
KPMG Tax Partner Mardi Heinrich and Immigration specialist Stephen Hall will be leading a round table discussion exploring how organisations are coming to grips with managing tax and immigration compliance in relation to business travellers, particularly into Australia. In a world of increased connectivity between tax and immigration authorities, increased data sharing and increased risk of audit, Mardi and Stephen will discuss the key risk exposures for both employers and employees and the approaches that organisations are taking to manage business traveller compliance.
Are You A Plant?
Research shows that successful teams are made up of a diverse mix of people. Plants are imaginative and unorthodox, if you have too many plants in your team there may be no-one to turn your good ideas into action.
According to Belbin®️ there are nine Team Roles. Every team needs access to each of the nine roles to become a high performing team (but a team doesn’t need nine people!).
Join International Consultant Centre’s Annabel Rattigan and discover how Plants, Shapers and Completer Finishers are integral to the dynamics of a successful global team.
Future of Works – Changing Face of Assignments
An engaging session to examine the trends that transform the way people work over the next decade and a closer look at changing assignment types and associated compliance challenges from an immigration perspectives. Top tips for global mobility professionals to prepare, and succeed in the sea of changes.
Managing the Disruption: How do we prepare for the disruptors in the Immigration Space?
A robust discussion on disruptors that are impacting the immigration space and potential solutions and strategies to prepare for, deal with, and maximise the potential benefits and opportunities in the age of disruption.
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.
Preserving the Mental Wellbeing for your Globally Mobile Workforce
Loneliness jeopardises one in four international assignments… Catherine Doherty from Beyond Blue will take the opportunity to highlight the importance of mental health as it relates to working in Australia and overseas; sharing insights, frameworks and tools that can assist organisations prioritise mental health, which may positively influence the assignee and family experience and organisational outcomes.