FEM Brisbane Chapter Meeting 03/11/16
Please join us for the FEM Brisbane Chapter Meeting on 3rd November.
Flexing for the Future
The speed at which the world changes on a daily basis makes it almost impossible to predict the future with any degree of certainty. As companies plan towards 2020, there is a growing need and focus on the requirement to be agile and flexible to change. As a result of this constant state of change companies are required to ensure they have access to the right workforce to deliver on these ever changing global requirements.
Who do business leaders turn to when they are looking for creative ways to help manage this need for greater flexibility and adaptability? Global Mobility.
In this “Flexing for the future” session we will be exploring three areas that organisations could consider flexing into. Specifically:
- Flexibility in approach to moving employees – a shift towards business travellers and short term assignments
- Flexibility in the assignment benefits that are offered– ‘cash envelope’ or ‘menu’ approach to benefits
- Flexibility as a tool to attract and retain key talent - including the shift by some large Australian corporates to implement an official "All Roles Flex" policy and the implications this generates in a mobility context.
Join us and hear about how companies are introducing flexibility into their global mobility programs, our panel of tax, immigration and policy specialists will share their insights on each.
PwC are delighted to be hosting the final FEM Chapter Meeting for 2016 at their brand new office.
Anna Law, Director at PwC Australia
I am passionate about helping organisations look after their globally mobile employees, from tax compliance support through to sharing market insights and providing technical advice on related expatriate tax considerations. During the last 14 years with PwC, I have partnered with companies to design, develop and enhance their global expatriate programs and assisted employers and employees with Australian tax planning opportunities, policy planning, and employment tax obligations. I also enjoy helping companies with tax equalisation policy interpretation, benchmarking and implementation matters.
Alexandra Taylor, Group HR Senior Project Advisor, Cardno
Alexandra Taylor has worked as a Human Resources professional for over twelve years in the manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, and professional services industries. At Cardno, Alex is a trusted advisor and project manager, building a diverse range of people strategies, of which Global Mobility is one.
Robyn Clabrough – Senior Manager Global Mobility, Rio Tinto
I love the complexity and ever changing landscape of a Global Mobility programme. Along with supporting Rio Tinto’s licence to operate relating to tax and immigration compliance, I enjoy supporting our business leaders with solutions for managing their cross border talent and helping our employees and their families to mobilise to new locations. I have lived and worked in 5 countries since leaving my own home country 18 years ago and have worked in financial services, consumer goods and mining industries. I have an interest in and am passionate about cross-cultural competence as well as leading and developing offshore and virtually managed teams.
Jill Price, Human Capital Management Account Director, Oracle
Jill is an experienced talent management professional working with HR Professionals for the past 20 years in helping mid-market and enterprise organisations to maximise their talent through aligning learning to their strategic business objectives. Recently joining the Queensland Oracle team, Jill is delighted to share her wealth of knowledge and experience to collaborate with HR to provide complete workforce insights to increase operational efficiencies.
Thursday, 3rd November, 2016
07:30 to 09:30AM
Level 23, 480 Queen St, Brisbane
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350