Santa Fe Relocation Services and Lloyds Banking Group are delighted to extend an invitation to Hr NETWORK Members and Readers to their latest Global Mobility seminar to discuss the results of the 7th Annual Global Mobility Survey. With over 1,000 global participants including business leaders and global mobility professionals, the survey is one of the world’s largest studies of global mobility trends, key challenges and opportunities.
The survey probes the evolving role of the Global Mobility function, together with the expected impact of digitisation, and the steps that organisations take when managing their risk profile in dealing with Global Mobility issues.
The event will be chaired by John Rason, Group Head of Consulting at Santa Fe Relocation Services, and includes speakers and panelists from Lloyds Banking Group, The RES Forum and from Santa Fe. There will also be the opportunity for delegates to debate the findings and key trends identified from this year’s survey.
Date: Thursday, 29th June, 2017
Venue: Scottish Widows, Port Hamilton Building, 69 Morrison Street, Edinburgh. EH3 8YJ
Refreshments: Breakfast & Refreshments will be served
The agenda for the event is as follows:
08.30 NETWORKING AND REFRESHMENTS
09.00 WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
09.10 GLOBAL MOBILITY SURVEY 2017
‘EMBEDDING BUSINESS STRATEGY IN GLOBAL MOBILITY’
Faced with increasingly complex geopolitical issues, organisations recognise the need to drive organisational growth through their internationally mobile employee workforce. This session will explore how HR and global mobility teams can make a more strategic contribution to their businesses.
10.00 MITIGATING RISK IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD;
‘SHORT TERM ASSIGNMENT & BUSINESS TRAVELLERS – STAYING FLEXIBLE AND AGILE COMPLIANTLY’
Recent Global mobility demographics highlight an increasing growth in various forms of short term assignments and business travel. Are these now firmly on the radar of international tax and immigration authorities? What pro-active steps can organisations be taking to mitigate the associated risks?
10.30 COFFEE BREAK
10.40 BREXIT AND GEOPOLITICAL
UNCERTAINTY WITH THE UK LEAVING THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE WIDESPREAD GROWTH OF MORE NATIONALISTIC POLICIES SHOULD WE SIT BACK AND WAIT OR SHOULD WE ACT NOW?
Uncertainty, volatility and ambiguity – now is the time for organisations to be undertaking scenario planning on possible outcomes from the historical changes. This session will highlight the fiscal and international immigration areas that organisations should be considering.
11.10 QUESTION TIME
11.25 PEER NETWORK
11.55 FEEDBACK AND CLOSING REMARKS
12.00 EVENT CLOSE
12.05 NETWORKING AND BUFFET LUNCH/FINGER FOOD
For further information and to register your place, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org