Human Capital Conference 2013

Breakout session presentations - 2013

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A beginner’s guide to global mobility

Are you just starting out in mobility? If so, you will want to attend this session...

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An inevitable challenge: global equity programs and global mobility

Global equity programs are intrinsically challenging to manage...

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Best-in-class accruals management: planning for assignment costs related to stock awards

Are your organization’s stock awards creating surprising assignment costs?

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Changes and current developments in US immigration law

Focus will be devoted to US immigration reform proposed and/or implemented by the White House and Congress for effect in 2013.

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Creating the most value from an international assignment

This session will be a facilitated discussion related to the key elements

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Cross border personal tax services for executives

In a fast-moving global business environment where C-suite-level executives are busier than ever

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Culture as a competitive advantage

Large & Growing Franchise System

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Future of mobility

Social media trends

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GEOs: do you have a business case?

The interest in GEOs has reached a record high ... but is it really right for your organization?

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Global mobility policy trends

What is a successful global mobility policy?

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Global Payroll aligning internal needs

Organizations yearn for consolidation and automation of their payroll operations to further reduce costs and increase efficiency.

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Human capital and merger and acquisitions

Human capital and merger and acquisitions: how to integrate the global mobility and talent management function of differing cultures

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International social security

The essential guide

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Latin America hot topics

Tapping into the many economic opportunities in this region requires carefully plan assignments to mitigate legal, immigration, labor, social security and tax exposures.

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Leveraging assignee data to enhance your global mobility policies/function

Business intelligence and analytics will have the most impact on global expansion strategies

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Maximizing Global Mobility and Talent

Due to the globalization of the economy, companies must be nimble in managing talent to have the right people in the right place at the right time.

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Managing vendors

Crafting the optimal partnership

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Policy benchmarking

In a changing business environment, global mobility is forced to balance three key priorities

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Remuneration as lever for cultural change

Remuneration is one of the key variables that can be used to shape a company’s culture.

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Resourcing global mobility

Compliance risks, coupled with remuneration, tax and vendor-related expenditures of a global mobility program, pose a continuous struggle to most organizations when it comes to resourcing the function optimally.

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Short-term business travelers

Short-term business travelers Where should your organization be focusing?

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Strategy governance and flexibility without noise

Few companies find that their mobility program addresses all of the business’s needs

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The Journey to Cultural Competency

How will your organization’s workers change over the next ten years?