UK Immigration Policy & Its Effect On Your Business
Do you employ international talent within your company? James Walters, a Director at UK immigration practice Smith Stone Walters, presented on the latest UK immigration news including how post-Brexit immigration controls may affect your recruitment of specialist skills from overseas. To view this presentation click here
Managing Pay for International Assignees - Coping With Currency Volatility
With so much happening with currency values in key global economies, protecting expatriate purchasing power against currency fluctuations is a constant challenge.
ECA provided an insight into recent currency movements and explored the options managers have to maintain the purchasing power of their expatriates' remuneration when significant exchange rate fluctuations occur, including: Using Guaranteed Exchange Rates; Interim Reviews - establishing trigger points; Reconciliation - payment in one currency and Split Pay - the pros and cons.
Diversity, Gender Bias And The Rewards Of Being Internationally Mobile - Breaking The Glass Border....
It is essential to consider gender diversity at every level if organisations are to have a sufficient pool of female talent to choose from for international assignments. A survey for The RES Forum annual Report found that more than 50%of organisations found it hard to find suitable female candidates for international assignments, and 40% found it hard to motivate women to accept foreign postings. What can organisations do to redress this balance? How might recent socio-economic developments such as the UK leaving the EU and the election of Donald Trump to the White House affect diversity and inclusion practices within global organisations and how can your organisation be prepared to manage the change?
Presented by Andy Piacentini, Head of Reward at Standard Life and founding partner at the RES Forum hosted the session exploring these issues.
Deloitte LLP presented on Brexit: What Will It Mean For Employers? This presentation is not available.
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