AIRINC: 1 Day Expatriate Compensation Overview Seminar and Breakfast Briefing- Shanghai, China
Announcing a 1 Day Expatriate Compensation Overview Seminar and Breakfast Briefing in Shanghai, China brought to you by AIRINC.
AIRINC will explore the fundamentals of expatriate compensation including best practices in policy design and strategy. From this seminar, participants will:
- Gain a thorough understanding of how the elements of the balance sheet are determined and why these elements change.
- Learn how to structure cost-effective policies to achieve specific mobility goals within the context of competitive practice and current trends.
- Get practical knowledge required to respond to typical inquiries from expatriates and local human resources managers.
- Acquire the tools to achieve strategic corporate mobility objectives.
“How to Motivate Employees to Accept ‘Difficult’ Assignments.“
As organizations in Asia-Pacific expand into new markets in other parts of the world, the need for knowledge and skill transfers across regions has become increasingly important. Companies without robust international mobility programs that can support diverse expatriate populations are now faced with the challenge of recruiting and incentivizing their ideal candidates to accept assignments in locations outside their home regions, or in very different cultures.
It can be a difficult task for companies to find optimal mobility solutions that not only solve their talent recruiting issues, but also meet their business and financial goals. Benchmarking against the mobility policies of other companies may provide an understanding of the competitive picture, but it will not help identify the most appropriate practices for each organization.
Join us as we examine both why some employees choose not to accept international assignment opportunities, and how to address employee reluctance through mobility policy designs and compensation adjustments. We will also look at case studies based on actual client issues and propose solutions that align with each organization’s structure, culture, and talent management approach.
The AIRINC Breakfast Briefing will address:
• Why do employees decline international assignment opportunities?
• How can this issue be addressed through policy and compensation designs?
• Tiered Policies: Inter- vs. Intra-Regional Transfers
• Incentive Payments: Hardship and Mobility Premiums
• How does mobility integrate with an organization’s culture and talent management?
• What are the roles of G&S and Housing Allowances in motivating employees?
• What about employee concerns that cannot be addressed through compensation; e.g. family
members not accompanied on assignment, education, etc?
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