Join us on Friday 23rd April (10am-4pm) in London at Squire Patton Boggs, 7 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4YH
Free to Expat Academy members
£600 + VAT to non-members
Delve into how Global Mobility policies are segmented; the differences between key policies and the impact this has on the cost of an international assignment and level of services provided. Plus find out about emerging policies we see amongst our in-house GM community.
The day is most suited to individuals looking to fill the gap in their policy knowledge and gain insights into the latest trends with a focus on cost effective policies.
What will you learn?
Global mobility policy design and segmentation – A review of the typical drivers for international assignments and how these impact Global Mobility Policy Design and strategy.
Relocation policy – An introduction to the “typical” components of a relocation policy for globally mobile employees.
The home based approach – A re-cap on the traditional expatriate “balance sheet”, how to adapt this for your more junior “rising stars” and your VIPS.
Host packages – When to consider the Host approach, the pros the cons and understanding when it just won’t work.
Local plus – A review of the typical additional benefits organisations use to supplement Host packages in some locations.
STA and Commuter policies – What is common practice for those moving on a short term basis or requesting to commute between home and host locations.
Alternative policies – An opportunity to discuss emerging Global Mobility policies such as Regional, Self-initiated, localisation policies, split family, pioneer, STBV frameworks and more fluid policy models.
If you or one of your team would benefit from this immersive day filling the gap
in your policies knowledge, book your place by emailing our team.
Here’s what previous attendees had to say about the course:
“I am still learning about my company’s policies and how they are created. This module gives more of an understanding of possible challenges. I would recommend this course to someone else. I would recommend this course to my colleagues who have been working in the field of GM for a longer period, to see what the new trends are and whether our policies need rendering, as well as the ones who joined recently, to get a better overview of mobility policies.” Anna Jopp, Cognizant
“Now that I have attended the Global Mobility Policies course I have gained an in depth understanding of policies that our corporate clients use prior to approaching us with visa requirements, understanding of processes, timings and costings. I would potentially recommend this course to some of my smaller corporate clients. After completing the course, I now feel knowledgeable about Global Mobility Policies.” Kamila Keleman, Magrath
“Now that I have participated in this course my company will benefit greatly. This has shown me the variety of different policies in the market, as well as advising about marketing norms. I would recommend this course to my colleges at work. After completing this course I have come away with more to improve and manage current procedures.” Caroline Woodcock, Travelport