Join us on Friday 16th March (10am-4pm) at BDO, 55 Baker Street, London W1U 7EU
Free to Expat Academy members
£600 + VAT to non-members
Our Essential Global Mobility training is an engaging one-day course which lifts the lid on the secrets of global mobility.
Aimed at those who are new to global mobility, or who wish to broaden their global mobility knowledge, we demystify the jargon and explain the basics of global mobility practice.
Covering the fundamentals of the assignment life cycle, tax and immigration, delegates end the day with a solid grounding in global mobility practice and the confidence to put their new-found knowledge in to practice as soon as they get back to their office.
What will you learn on the day?
Global Mobility jargon busting – an explanation of commonly used terminology in Global Mobility
What is Global Mobility? – an overview of the international assignment lifecycle.
To tax equalise or not? That is the question! – an introduction to the concept of tax equalisation.
Essential compliance (the hard stuff) – a high level review of necessary compliance including tax, payroll, immigration & assignment documentation.
The sugar – an opportunity to check your learning from the morning session and get prepared for the hard stuff!
Looking after the assignee and family (the soft stuff) – a whistle stop tour of some of the ways organisations support their employees & families whilst overseas.
Global Mobility trends and predictions – insights from the Expat Academy community.
If you or one of your team would benefit from this immersive day learning the fundamentals
of the global mobility process, book one of the remaining limited places by emailing our team.
Here’s what previous attendees had to say about the course:
“This course has provided broad learning on the basic components across the Global Mobility process, which will increase awareness and help avoid potential pitfalls. I would recommend this course to other team members. After completing this course I feel more informed on the areas within Global Mobility.” Samantha Williams, Amazon
“Me and my colleagues now have a broader understanding of information and we now understand the delays and issues with Global Mobility. I would recommend this course to anyone looking to get an overview of Global Mobility and payroll. After completing this course I have a better understanding of Global Mobility.” James Palmer, Tribal
“As a part of the international team who look after Global Mobility the course has been useful to gain a general understanding of Global Mobility. I would recommend this course to Global Mobility Teams, especially new starters who haven’t had experience in Global Mobility before. I have only been I my role for two months and this course has been beneficial. After completing this course, I have more knowledge and a further understanding of the Global Mobility process.” Faye Mace, Berwin Leighton Paisner