Facing the Future of Global Mobility: Rise of the Expat Gig Worker
Organisations are experiencing many challenges in the evolving global mobility landscape. One of the emerging dilemmas is the fast growing gig economy which is changing the way companies run their business and manage their workforce.There is, however, a disconnection between the expectations of companies and their readiness or ability to manage international gig workers.
Mobility policies originally designed for in-house employees undertaking long or short-term assignments are not aligned with the requirements of international gig workers. The concept of gig workers is not always well-defined, can lead to confusion and communication can become a challenge. Be prepared!
Come and hear and/or contribute to a panel discussion on the implications of this new way of working, including attraction and engagement of top talent, compliance, regulatory, duty of care and international reward.
Stephen Park, Head of Global Mobility at Fonterra
Stephen Park is the Head of Global Mobility at Fonterra based in Singapore with a remit covering Asia-Pacific, Americas and EMEA. Fonterra has 22,000 passionate people across New Zealand and the world working to make dairy nutrition available to consumers every day in more than 100 countries. More than 1 billion people will enjoy Fonterra’s dairy products around the world this year. Stephen has 17 years of experience in global relocations, immigration law & expatriate tax management in companies such as Cisco Systems and EY in Singapore, London and Sydney.
Additional speakers TBA
Tuesday, 13 February, 2018
Level 19, One International Towers Sydney, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350