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The EY Human Capital Forum received a stupendous response at Chennai.

The half-day event saw around 120 delegates sharing the platform to deliberate on evolving global mobility trends, Provident Fund and social security for International Workers, tax challenges associated with deputation structure, immigration issues and so on. Over ten thought leaders from Employees' Provident Fund Department, large multinational companies and tax professionals provided a 360 degree overview on the subject.

The interactive session on "Challenges and Best Practices in Mobility" with B.Seethalakshmi (Head of Finance, American International School), Camille Allauzen (International Mobility Manager, Michelin India TamilNadu Tyres), Moira Dickson ( Head of International Talent Deployment, Standard Chartered Bank), and R Mohan (Vice President, Global Mobility, Cognizant Technology Solutions) highlighted the need for quality talent management in global organisations, while also emphasised on being empathetic towards the employees. They also discussed the Return on investment to employee experience, immigration compliance and the challenges with the FRRO (Foreigner Regional Registration Offices) registrations for inbound assignees.

The presentation by Shankar S (Senior officer from Employees' Provident Fund Organization, Chennai) provided clarifications on Provident Fund regulations for International Workers and he also fielded questions from industry members on various regulations related to International Workers.

The forum also unanimously realised the various tax challenges associated with inbound deputation structures, during the session with Rengarajan Srinivasan (Vice President, Vestas Wind Technology), Viswanathan K (CFO, iNautix Technologies), along with our tax partners B.Sriram and Vidya Nagarajan.

Our National Human Capital Leader Sonu Iyer along with Alok Agrawal (Director - Tax & Regulatory services) shared the EY perspective and insight on the key developments in the world of global mobility.

Click here to catch the glimpse of the event.