Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum 2010 – Documentation
The need for organisations to remain competitive in the global market is critical. However, as the economy recovers, many organisations are reviewing their mobility processes and placing greater emphasis on cost control. There is ever increasing pressure to ensure that all international assignments are necessary, cost effective and managed efficiently.
This conference will provide you with the necessary tools to refine your mobility process to match changing business needs and objectives.
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The “Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Creating a Consistent Cost Effective Mobility Process
Kate Rothwell, Project Manager, Mobility, Global People Team
Ernst & Young
International Talent and Leadership Development
Kate Griffiths-Lambeth Griffiths International HR Director
Update: Changing Legislation
Alexander Simpson, Senior Manager, Employer Solutions and Scott Cosby Senior Manager
Grant Thornton UK LLP
Employment Law: Immigration Visas Silver Sponsor: – Visas, Work Permits, Bronze Sponsors: Residency Permits
Nicolas Rollason, Partner and Head of Business Immigration Department
Kingsley Napley LLP
Managing Remuneration in a Global Context
Adam Phillpot, Head of Reward
Partner Support during an Assignment
Peter Sewell, Head of Expatriate Services
Tesco Stores Ltd
Helen Walton, Director Global Mobility