We are delighted to unveil some of our FEM EMEA Summit agenda highlights taking place on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 November at the O2 InterContinental, London.
The Summit brings the global mobility community together for two intensive days of expert insight, engaging roundtables and panel discussions, interactive workshops and case studies along with plenty of invaluable opportunities for networking.
JUST SOME OF THE GREAT SESSIONS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
Business travel – why it can be a risky business
We will explore:
- The key strategic, reputational, financial and operational risks
- The general principles and the increased focus of the tax authorities on Business Travellers & Short Term Assignments in The Netherlands, UK and Belgium.
- Dispel the myth of the “183-day rule” and touch on the potential corporate tax implications
- Tracking, data collection and compliance
- Safety and security of employees
Countdown to the GDPR – What the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation means for global mobility
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, introducing stringent new data protection obligations for European (and some non-European) businesses
We will explore:
- The scope of the GDPR and what it will mean for global mobility and the wider business
- The key data protection obligations in the GDPR, including the concepts of privacy by design, accountability and obligation to appoint a data protection officer
- New rules governing international transfers of personal data, in relation to data collected from or used by an expat employee
Brexit and Beyond – Turning challenges into opportunities
- What does the triggering of Article 50 mean for global mobility?
- Is your organisation ready to deal with change?
- What do the Trump Administration’s new policies on immigration and tax mean for UK and European companies?
- How does the removal of Australia’s 457 visa affect business?
- How can you turn these challenges into opportunities?
The Future Workplace
This panel explores how the workplace is evolving and its impact on global mobility, including technology development, compensation and benefits, demographic changes and diversity. Topics to be discussed include:
- What is the Future Workplace? How are companies and individual roles evolving as Millennials step into more senior positions? What are the implications for C&B and mobility as younger people begin to move throughout EMEA on assignment?
- How is connectivity changing today’s workplace? How is global mobility affected as employees have increasing ability to work from anywhere?
- How is technology changing the workplace, and more specifically mobility as a function? What are the opportunities for self-service and process automation?
- How should technology tie into compliance?
- A look at the diversity agenda – how has this changed in EMEA in the past few years and what are the areas for future development?
More agenda highlights revealed soon!
We look forward to seeing you there! Forum for Expatriate Management
*Registration is free for in-house HR Professionals