Struggling to balance cost containment and benefits? Jennifer Manis of Halliburton invites you to think outside the box!

Keeping down the cost of your global mobility program whilst maintaining a suite of competitive benefits is a perennial challenge for Global Mobility and HR professionals, but how can you gain a fresh perspective?

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Apr 10, 2017
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Jennifer Manis, who manages the International HR Center of Excellence at Halliburton is based in Houston, and operates within the oil industry, a sector that has seen a greater squeeze on its budgets than most. Jennifer has been finding innovative ways to deal with the economic downturn for some time, and as a result, has created a set of cost containment and benefits strategies that she will be sharing exclusively with the attendees at the FEM Americas Summit in Denver on Day Two: May 4.

Jennifer was one of the panel speakers at FEM’s recent Global Mobility Conference in Houston and with her shrewd observations and quickfire wit, proved to be one of the event’s most popular figures, so we were especially keen to engage her to speak at our Americas Summit in Denver, CO.

Jennifer is highly experienced, not only in accountancy, but also in change management, expatriate and commuter compensation/benefit programs. Her accountant’s instinct for cost savings is balanced by her knowledge of global workforce compliance issues and her culturally sensitive and affirmative approach.

Here is a brief outline of Jennifer’s keynote address:

Cost Containment and Managing Benefits – Thinking Outside the Box

Whether your industry is facing economic challenges or it is just time for a financial review, this session will help identify ways to save money while still delivering an efficient and safe International Mobility program.

Cost containment options in a variety of categories will be presented along with strategies for both large and small programs.

  • Providing optional assignment structures – how to think way outside of the box
  • Managing expat benefit costs – it’s a give and take situation
  • Structured compensation programs – how to go beyond premium adjustments
  • Tax strategies – is it time to bite the bullet?
  • Duty of care – ‘you can’t touch this’

Speaker:

Jennifer Manis, International HR Center of Excellence, Halliburton


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Claire Tennant-Scull

Head of Content, Forum for Expatriate Management

Claire Tennant-Scull is Head of Content at the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). She chairs all FEM’s Conferences and Summits in the Americas, APAC and EMEA. Claire also leads FEM’s London Chapter and manages the FEM website and associated reports. Claire has more than 20 years’ experience in publishing, working as a managing editor, writer, journalist and broadcaster, both in the print and digital world. She has worked for major publishing houses and was previously the Online Editor at a respected global mobility publisher. Claire is always keen to meet new members and to broaden the FEM community.

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