Exploring Cross-border Activities in 360º
The Forum for Expatriate Management was created in 2008 to provide both an online and real-world community for global mobility professionals and at our Chapter Meetings we bring together people and companies to form an educational, supportive and collaborative network, so we are pleased to announce the inaugural meeting of the FEM Prague Chapter. The initiative is organised in cooperation with Mobility Forum, an initiative originally created as a joint project between SAP and Deloitte which also aims to build a community of mobility professionals from other companies in the Czech Republic.
Join us as we discuss the impact of cross-border activities on a range of issues including immigration, tax and social security compliance, duty of care. So what exactly should be considered when employees with regional roles and responsibilities work from home in a different country to that of their legal employer? We will also highlight the most important changes in new Czech immigration legislation and how the Posted Worker Directive of European Union impacts on the obligations of employers.
Following the opening presentation will be a panel discussion on HR and Mobility as a strategic business partner.
Opening presentation on 'The impact of cross-border activities on a range of issues including immigration, tax and social security compliance, duty of care':
Tereza Kavan Klimešová, Director at Deloitte
Tereza specializes in the topics related to seconded employees, not only from the perspective of general taxation of individuals but also in terms of the overall settings of the legal structure of these assignments, the impact on the home and host companies, provision of immigration documents, determining the appropriate social security system in line with the EU coordination rules or bilateral contracts, and setting suitable, tax-effective benefits.
Maria Minarova, Manager at Deloitte
Is an expert on social security related issues, including the determination of applicable social security systems based on the EU Regulations, bilateral social security agreements, Czech and Slovak legislation. Currently she is a member of the Global Employer Services service line at Deloitte Prague. In addition to social security matters, she deals with complex tax issues connected with the international assignments as well as local employment.
Anastasia Verkhorubova, Manager at Deloitte
Specializes in personal income tax and immigration matters of large multinationals as well as local clients, including Russian business. Anastasia also advises on optimal international and local employment structures and remuneration systems.
Panel discussion on 'HR and Mobility as a strategic business partner':
Iva Kotrsalova, Global Employee Mobility EMEA Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Iva Kotrsalova leads the Global Employee Mobility organization for EMEA at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. As well as being responsible for the operations in region, her scope entails global project management, third party vendor management and strategic partnership with the business. Prior to joining HPE, Iva gained more than seven years of experience in global mobility and expatriate management at SAP. Iva received her Master’s degree in Linguistics and Pedagogy from the Charles University in Prague.
- Lucie Sarsokova– HR Services Manager, Global Mobility – SAP Services
- Tereza Kavan Klimesova – Director, Global Employer Services – Deloitte CE
- Dominika Otavova - HR Mobility Manager - Novartis
- Diana Puodziunaite - HR Business Partner - Barclays
Friday, 13 October, 2017
9:00AM - 12:00PM
Doors open at 8:30 for coffee and breakfast for all registered participants
Cerna Labut – Event & Art Gallery
ČERNÁ LABUŤ – 8. Floor
Na Poříčí 25, 110 00 Praha 1
- Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
- €120 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400