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2nd DGFP // Annual Global Mobility Conference - Flexibility in Global Mobility while mainstreaming processes

At the DGFP // Annual Global Mobility Conference on 26th March, we will discuss how to create flexible structures, products and processes in order to attract diverse talents world-wide while keeping a thorough eye on streamlined GM processes and compliance issues.

On 27th March, we invite you to our MasterClass The Posted Workers Directive – more than just "A1"! for only additional € 349,– regular // € 329,– Early Bird fee. Simply include the keyword "MASTERCLASS" into the field "Bemerkung". For more information on the MasterClass follow this link.

Facilitation

Daniel Zinner, Geschäftsführer, ZGM GmbH

08:30
Arrival and networking coffee

09:00
Welcome
Barbara Orlik, Leiterin International Affairs, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e.V

09:10
Opening

Lutz Zimmermann, Director General Human Resources, GIZ

09:25
Keynote

Consistent Philosophy & Flexible Execution: Possibility or Marriage Doomed to Fail?

Ian Johnson, Senior Vice President, Global Client Development, BGRS
// How to implement a consistent global mobility philosophy while allowing for flexible adoption of mobility benefits

// The role of technology in supporting greater flexibility

// The merits and challenges of job mobility versus employee mobility

10:10

Good Practice

The full outsourcing of the Global Mobility function, a two-year glance

Ellen Jansma, Global Head International Mobility, ING, The Netherlands

// How to prepare your Company and your Global Mobility team for a full outsourcing of the GM function.

// How to transfer the work of European GM resources to an outsourced party within 12 months.

// How to transfer various local processes into one global one managed by a non-traditional vendor.

10:50

Networking Coffee

11:20

Good Practice

Resetting the Global Mobility Policy for a connected world

Gudrun Kipp, Director International Assignments, Global Policy and Process owner International Assignments, Robert Bosch GmbH

// Crowdsourcing: How we @ Bosch developed the policy

//The new Assignment Landscape

// Main principles of the new policy

12:00

Good Practice
How to remain agile and business-oriented whilst applying a “one-size-fits-all” compliance-driven Global Mobility Policy
Kari Kähari, VP, Human Resources, Business Unit Minerals Energy & Water, Outotec GmbH & Co.KG
Carrie Cochran-Hildmann, Legal Counsel and Manager Global Mobility, Global HR, Outotec GmbH & Co KG
// How to implement a Global Mobility framework within a multi-national and cross-functional landscape

// How to balance out compliance-driven processes whilst serving business and customers´ needs alike

// Lessons learned and key take-aways from a current project set-up in Morocco

12:45

Networking Lunch

13:45
Cost efficient but flexible mobility programs - managing the stretch in an agile business environment

Kata Pajger, Mobility Expert, Group HR, Erste Group Bank AG, Austria

// Business demand for fast, flexible and professional solutions and at the same time, cost efficiency as a prerequisite

// Raising awareness on a management level on cost impacts as well as mobility related risks is a key factor – but how to do it?

// How to bring in employee satisfaction as a leading principle – a practical approach

14:30

Breakout Sessions

Building flexibility into modern GM programmes – is your policy framework fit for purpose?
David Remedios, Head of Consultancy, ECA International

Meike Klein, Business Development Executive, ECA International
// Policy segmentation: incorporating flexibility within a clearly defined framework

// Introducing flexibility to assignment packages, from cashing out benefits to a full core/flex approach

// Finding the balance: addressing the benefits and potential risks for the business and assignees

Effective Operational Excellence with Small Assignment Populations - Impossible Dream or well-appreciated Small Wins?

Michaela Brumme, Director, International Assignments, Wacker Chemie AG

// What can companies with small expat populations do to improve workflow processes and interface communication?

// Going digital at a small scope – every little bit helps

// When (digital) tools are too expensive – never forget the business case

Let’s ideate together!

Accompanying Partners: key to success?...!

Luise Zagst, Specialist HR Strategy, GIZ

// Challenges and opportunities during international assignments for accompanying partners and the company

// Effective measures to better support accompanying partners throughout the assignment cycle

// Dual Career policies and employment opportunities for partners

Efficient Software Usage for larger GM programs with an outsourced provider approach

Susanne Günther, Global Mobility Manager EMEA/APJ, SAP SE

// Can a Self-Service model for managers to create cost estimations and policy package choices work?

// Process-oriented IT support for approval workflows and automated creation of relocation agreement letters

// Software based effective and secured authorization of relocation provider

15:40
Networking Coffee

16:05
Breakout Sessions – Part 2

17:15
Key takeaways for bridging streamlining and flexibility efforts

17:30-18:30
Close of the DGFP // Annual Conference & Networking Drinks

Optional: Friday, 27th March 2020

09:00-13:00
Masterclass

The Posted Workers Directive – more than just “A1”! - Fallstricke bei der Entsendung und was Sie über die Reform der EU-Entsenderichtlinie wissen sollten

Felix Müller, Rechtsanwalt, BLUEDEX – Labour Law
Dr. Michael R. Fausel, Gründungspartner, BLUEDEX – Labour Law

Lernen Sie…

// was die reformierte EU-Entsenderichtlinie beinhaltet und wie eine Transformation in das deutsche Recht voraussichtlich erfolgen wird

// welche weiteren Auswirkungen die überarbeitete EU-Entsenderichtlinie in der Praxis haben wird, insbesondere im Hinblick auf das Postulat „Equal Pay for Equal Work“

// die genauen Hintergründe und Voraussetzungen des A1-Zertifikats

// die Besonderheiten und Fallstricke bei Entsendungen in Drittländer

// wie sich HR in der Praxis auf die Änderungen vorbereiten kann



Frau Michaela Brumme - Wacker Chemie AG

Frau Carrie Cochran-Hildmann - Outotec GmbH & Co. KG

Herr Dr. Michael R. Fausel - BLUEDEX PartG mbB Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater

Frau Susanne Günther - SAP SE

Frau Ellen Jansma - ING-DiBa

Herr Ian Johnson - BGRS

Frau Gudrun Kipp - Robert Bosch GmbH

Frau Meike Klein - ECA International

Frau Kari Kähäri - Outotec GmbH & Co. KG

Herr Felix Müller - BLUEDEX PartG mbB Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater

Frau Kata Pajger - Erste Group Bank AG

Herr David Remedios - ECA International

Frau Luise Zagst - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Herr Lutz Zimmermann - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Herr Daniel Zinner - Zinner Global Mobility GmbH

Eschborn

Aktuelle Auswahl: Jahrestagung

Preis für Mitglieder:
720,00 €
Preis für Nichtmitglieder:
845,00 €

Ihr Ansprechpartner bei der DGFP

Laura Müller

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e.V.
Hedderichstraße 36

l.mueller@dgfp.de

Fon: +49 69 713785-215

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