The team at Joseph & Co are excited to announce the launch of our Global Mobility – Executive Roundtable Series.
The purpose of these sessions is to discuss trends, strategy and share experience in a collaborative, peer to peer environment as well as provide a platform for thought leadership within Global Mobility.
Ran throughout the US and Europe, the Global Mobility Executive Roundtables are one day events, split into two sessions.
The morning sessions will be for organisations with assignee populations of 100 or less and the focus will be on policy development, operational and strategic trends. These sessions will explore best practice, knowledge sharing and peer to peer networking.
The afternoon session will be for the Masters in Global Mobility who have large and complex assignee programs. Attendees will have the opportunity to share insight, collaborate and network with Global Mobility leaders.
The discussions are invitation only for senior in-house Global Mobility and HR professionals.
To find out more please email: email@example.com
2018 Event Dates:
October 16th – Seattle
November 7th – London
2019 Event Dates:
February 7th – New York
February 12th – London
We are seeing more and more of our clients from SMEs who are beginning to build a presence globally. In fact, a recent survey of UK SMEs highlighted that a quarter of them (1.3 million) are looking to expand overseas in the next 12 months. Supporting this appetite for new growth doesn’t come without its challenges, are they ready to navigate the minefield of compliance that comes with doing business internationally?
Many of these organisations are unaware and ultimately unprepared for the challenges that come with having a globally mobile workforce. They are unlikely to have a dedicated global mobility team, instead the majority of the work will fall on the desks of relatively small HR teams who may be inexperienced in the ever changing landscape of regulation, immigration and tax issues that can be thrown up when moving employees abroad.
How do they bridge these challenges? Do they engage a solution provider, or have a go on their own? Whatever the answer, it’s clear they will need to focus on global mobility as not doing so could lead to a whole host of compliance issues, however, get it right and their growth could be exponential.
Alex Felstead, Associate Director, Joseph & Co