It´s about time! It´s time for companies to make a focused effort to enhance global mobility capabilities.
An increasing number of companies have realized the necessity of improved global mobility performance. However, many still fail in applying fast, flexible and repeatable operational practices while ensuring compliance with the variety of regulatory requirements. New technologies and workplace innovations provide important opportunities to boost and measure global mobility performance. At the same time, global mobility teams need to focus on a more strategic use of international assignees to accelerate the performance of international talents and cultivate future leaders.
The DGFP // Annual Global Mobility Conference provides insights, leading practices and ideas to effectively enhance and measure the performance of global mobility programs in line with business needs and international regulatory frameworks. Jointly with international experts, we will discuss the effective use of IT tools as well as innovative approaches of how to better prepare and support international assignees.
Join a lively debate with international perspectives.
Think out of the box in our do-it-yourself workshops!
// Innovative approaches for efficient and effective global mobility operations
// Global talent performance – how to improve the global mobility experience
// Ensuring international compliance
Daniel Zinner, Global Mobility Thought Leader, Avancis GmbH
Barbara Orlik, Team Lead International Affairs, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e. V.
“Transformation at HR: Continental in Motion”
Dr. Ariane Reinhart, Member of the Executive Board, Continental AG
“Enhancing International Mobility performance – Business Case Continental”
• International mobility in the contextof HR Transformation
• Operational Delivery Model and role of Systems
• Professionalization and entrepreneurial mindset
• Organizational Restructuring: Roles & Responsibilities
• Performance and Cost management through KPIs
Dr. Thomas Bork, Head of Compensation & Benefits and International Mobility, Continental AG
“Optimising process management between International Mobility and service providers @ L’OREAL”
• Streamliningthe expatriate cost management process
• Implementing a robust operational management of service providers
• Key takeaways and future challenges
Stéphanie Roche, Head of International Mobility, L’Oréal Group, France
“Maintaining performance in global mobility – a journey with DEA from being a DAX 30 subsidiary to a medium sized company”
• from a subsidiary to a headquarter role
• impact on policy and processes
• how to keep the performance level in a changing environment
Thomas Clever, Human Resources / Assignments& International HR Client Services, DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG
“Re-Thinking Performance Measurement in Global Mobility Management”
• Challenges and Trends in GlobalMobility and Agility
• Individual and Organizational Competencies in Global Mobilityand Agility
• Implications for Performance Measurement in Global Mobility Management
Daniela Gröschke, Professorship for Intercultural Human Resource Development and Organizational Development, Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena
"Global Employment Compliance in non-standard settings”
Nils Stegemann, Head of Talent Management and International Assignments, Deutsche Bahn AG
Veronika Günther, Team Leader International Assignments, Deutsche Bahn AG
Breakout Sessions – part 1
1. “The role of KPIs & IT-Dashboards in IM Service Delivery”
Sönke Schiricke, Head of International Mobility, Continental AG
2. “Improving the Employee Experience: are Core/Flex Policies the Answer?”
• Pros and cons of core/flex policies
• Key considerations for companies developing core/flex programs
• Learnings from companies who have already implemented a core/flex approach to employee mobility
Ian Johnson, Senior Vice President, Global Client Development, BGRS
3. “Issues and current developments in employment law”
• Right of residence – differences in residence permits
• International temporary employment – contract design
• Social security andtax law aspects – A1 Certificate
• Posting of Workers Directive – reform and impact
Dr. Martin Nebeling, Partner, Bird & Bird
Breakout Sessions – part 2
Program as shown above
Key takeaways for Enhancing Performance in Global Mobility
17:30 – 18:30
Close of the DGFP // Annual Conference & Networking Drinks
€ 750,– Members DGFP e. V. // € 875,– Non-members
Early bird fees until 15th February 2019:
€ 690,– Members DGFP e. V. // € 825,– Non-members
Bring your foreign counterpart along, only pay € 299,– more!
The price includes lunch and catering.