Master Series – New HR Trends: Global Mobility Combined with Your Talent Strategy 

6 April 2016 
Renaissance São Paulo Hotel, Alameda Santos, 2233 
São Paulo, Brazil 

Global Mobility is transitioning from a transactional to a strategic function that supports the company globalization and talent needs.  According to a recent EY study, 695 global leaders concluded that “Global mobility programs have become critical to supporting new business growth, improving financial performance, bolstering employee engagement, succession planning, retaining and developing top talent.” Due to the extraordinary costs associated with traditional expatriate programs companies are looking for more creative and innovative programs.

To know more about how markets are coping with evolving talent mobility practices, we invite you to join us to learn more on the latest findings from the industry, innovative practices and how this supports the Future Workforce. Focus will be on the Talent Mobility Landscape of the Evolving Workforce, the design of an innovative global program grounded by Intent of Assignment offering regional and local flexibility; the strategic role of Talent and Human Resource business partners in aligning policies to the organizations talent strategy;  the integration of a holistic approach to structuring assignments and the results of ADP’s recent study specific to LATAM’s market. 

Case studies will be used to educate on best practices.

Course will be presented in Portuguese.

Registration

Online registration is closed due to an overwhelming response. Please click here to be put on a wait list.

Corporate HR
Professionals who manage mobility for their company's employees.

Complimentary
Service Provider

US$150

Questions? Please contact Karen Kroehler at kkroehler@WorldwideERC.org or +1 703-842-3422

Schedule

8:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m.   Registration check-in
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Educational session (includes networking break)

Location

Renaissance São Paulo Hotel
Alameda Santos, 2233
São Paulo, São Paulo 01419-002 

Facilitators

Jaume Cardona

Jaume Cardona serves as the Head of Compensation and Benefits LatAm at ADP reporting to the Center of Excellence based in the USA. A native of Spain, Cardona currently lives in Brazil and went through an assignment in 2013. After completion of the assignment, Cardona applied for a position as a local employee. Prior to ADP, Cardona worked for companies like Philip Morris, Mercer and Deloitte in Compensation and Benefits roles. In addition to Compensation & Benefits, Cardona creates new Mobility policies for several companies like Philip Morris and has lead international compensation support for the relocation of critical businesses. Cardona graduated in Law and holds an MBA at IE Business School and a Master´s degree in Tax and Accounting.

John Mackenzie

John Mackenzie is the leader of Strategy and Marketing at ADP for Latin America since November / 2014. Graduate and post-graduate degree in Business Administration and Economics, John has a long history in the Services segment, working for companies such as Credicard, Citibank, Telefonica and Nextel in the areas of Portfolio Management, Marketing and Sales. His specialties are focused on Product and Service Management, Planning, Strategy and Marketing.

Rebecca Kirschbaum

Industry expert attending virtually

Rebecca Kirschbaum, SCRP and GMS-T is Sr. Director, Global Relocation and Real Estate Assistance Programs at Automatic Data Processing, LLC. where she has been since 1997.  Rebecca is responsible for policy development, management and administration of International, U.S. Domestic and Real Estate Assistance programs (REST) for employee personal moves for ADP and some select clients.  Most recently, she has designed a global mobility program that will be rolled out FY’17 that is intended to transform Global Mobility from one that was transactional and reactive to one that will be strategically aligned to the ADP Global Talent Strategy.  Her department will be structured as a Center of Excellence (COE) that will centralize the Global Mobility program.