APAC Global Mobility Breakfast Briefings in Hong Kong and Singapore [Event]

    May 14, 2019 @ 08:00 PM / by Natalie Tong

    Join AIRINC in Hong Kong on June 5th for a Global Mobility Breakfast Briefing!

    Hong Kong:  5 June 2019  | |  Singapore:  13 June 2019 

    You're invited!

    You are invited to join AIRINC and your global mobility peers for a Breakfast Briefing discussion on: Flexibility in global mobility programs.

     

    How do companies incorporate flexibility into their current global mobility program?

    Our Mobility Outlook Survey shows an increase in alternative assignment types. In addition, 51% of companies have predicted the need for more cross-border assignments. How are these companies aligning these assignments with the right approach given there are at least 5 different policies to choose from?

    In this discussion we will focus on:

    • How flexibility is defined and why companies need to incorporate flexibility into their program
    • How companies use lump sum allowances
    • The difference between a Core versus Flex policy approach
    • Whether or not flexibility is the right approach for your company

     

     

    Hong Kong: Register today!

    Learn more and register to join us in Hong Kong on June 5th [to register for Singapore, keep scrolling down]:

    Register!

    Location:

    The Renaissance Harbour View Hotel

    M/F, Ballroom 3 & 4

    1 Harbour Rd

    Wan Chai

    Hong Kong

    8: 30 AM – 11:00 AM

     


    2019 Mobility Outlook Survey from AIRINC: Download now to gain insights into the future of Global Mobility!Our 2019 Mobility Outlook Survey confirms that 58% of firms are seeking ways to improve employee communications regarding the potential financial impacts of assignments/transfers.

    Download the 2019 AIRINC Mobility Outlook Survey!


     

     Join AIRINC in Singapore on June 13th for a Global Mobility Breakfast Briefing!

    Singapore:  13 June 2019  ||  Hong Kong:  5 June 2019

    You're invited!

    You are invited to join AIRINC and your global mobility peers for a Breakfast Briefing discussion on: Flexibility in global mobility programs.

     

    How do companies incorporate flexibility into their current global mobility program?

    Our Mobility Outlook Survey shows an increase in alternative assignment types. In addition, 51% of companies have predicted the need for more cross-border assignments. How are these companies aligning these assignments with the right approach given there are at least 5 different policies to choose from?

    In this discussion we will focus on:

    • How flexibility is defined and why companies need to incorporate flexibility into their program
    • How companies use lump sum allowances
    • The difference between a Core versus Flex policy approach
    • Whether or not flexibility is the right approach for your company

     

     

    Singapore:  Register today!

    Learn more and register to join us in Singapore on June 13th:
    Register!

    Location:

    Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

    Malacca Function Room, Level 2A

    1A Cuscaden Road

    Singapore

    8: 30 AM – 11:00 AM

     


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    Topics: Mobility Outlook Survey, lump sum calculator, Insights and Experience, Events, Singapore, Hong Kong, lump sums, Breakfast Briefing

    Natalie Tong

    Written by Natalie Tong

    Natalie has over five years of experience in human resources and global mobility. Prior to joining AIRINC as a Client Solutions Manager, Natalie worked for APP Mobility working with a wide range of clients on the implementation of their mobility program in China and Hong Kong. Some of her clients include global corporations like Disney, Pepsico, Wells Fargo, McDonalds’ and Apple. She has also been involved in key projects to help Chinese corporations develop and launch their mobility programs. Born in Malaysia and educated in Australia, Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Murdoch University, Perth Western Australia.