Registration: NCHRA Members $135 / General $170 Bring a colleague for 50% off
Qualifies for 6 SHRM PDCs / 6 HRCI Recertification Credits - Global and General
Is Your Workforce Scattered Far and Wide?
Today's teams rarely find themselves in the same room, let alone the same time zone. No doubt about it, the way we work has changed. Yet your HR responsibilities have not! How do you ensure an effective total rewards package for an employee you can't see? How about deliver an engagement or career development program?
Discover innovative ideas for managing key aspects of Global HR, and leave the Global Workforce Conference armed with tactics for succeeding in today’s border-less workforce.
8:00-8:30am: Registration & Opening Remarks
8:30-9:45am: Talent Acquisition 360: Aligning Your Global Talent Practices with Business Performance
Greg Summers, Senior Vice President, Cielo
Based on research from nearly 700 organizations around the world, one thing is clear… talent acquisition functions struggle to meet the basic expectations of business unit leaders. For example, only 45% said their Talent Acquisition team was effective in measurably impacting major organizational initiatives. Get strategic recommendations on how to improve your team’s recruiting acumen while leveraging the C-suite, and leave the session ready to bridge the gap with your business partners to achieve real business results.
10:00-11:15am: Designing a Total Rewards Package for Expats
Robyn Wheeler, Sr. Consultant, Talent & Rewards, Willis Towers Watson and Jon Randall, Director, Sales Effectiveness and Rewards, Willis Towers Watson
Global assignment programs have changed significantly over the last few years as organizations shift focus from simply getting an employee from point A to point B. Discover the foundational elements of operational excellence required to execute against a strong global mobility strategy and explore global mobility as a part of the overall value proposition you provide to your employees. We’ll examine how the talent strategies of your organization (e.g. career paths, development, succession planning) link into your global assignment program, and take a holistic look at rewards packages to account for non-monetary incentives associated with global assignments.
11:30am-12:30pm: Hiring Foreign Workers: Visas, I-9s and Other Considerations
Rob Neale, Partner, Fisher & Phillips
The U.S. no longer has the clear advantage in the global talent market. Luckily, a diverse global talent pool awaits - which, when handled correctly, opens doors to new business opportunities. Discover best practices on building strong immigration sponsorship and compliance programs, including Federal requirements for employment eligibility verification; Form I-9; rules for retention and storage; and E-Verify.
12:30-1:30pm: Networking Lunch
1:30-2:45pm: Innovative Compensation Practices for a Global Workforce
Tim Silvera, VP & Practice Leader, HUB International
In today's competitive business environment, companies need to focus on engaging employees to deliver results. Learn some surprisingly simple, yet innovative, compensation and performance practices for doing just that. You’ll also examine how the workforce is changing and how your organization can evolve through effective base pay and incentive practices. We’ll take a look at adopting a pay-for-results philosophy and strategies, and you’ll walk away with an outline of the design process for effective sales compensation program design.
3:00-4:15pm: Building Culture in Globally Distributed Teams
Michael Overell, CEO, Co-Founder, RecruitLoop
Telecommuting and distributed working is a growing trend. Gallup says 37% percent of U.S. workers telecommuted in 2015, up from just 9% in 1995. However, most organizations have not adjusted their talent management practices to accommodate (or optimize) distributed teams. Get practical examples for building successful culture, teamwork and engagement across all aspects of HR and across the globe.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Rob Neale, Partner, Fisher & Phillips, has extensive experience advising companies and individuals on the complexities of business immigration law, including securing temporary work permits, submission of permanent residence applications, I-9 compliance, U.S.-Canada cross-border matters and consular processing. He has successfully implemented comprehensive proactive compliance programs in a variety of industries. Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Rob spent eight years as in-house counsel at Microsoft Corporation where he assisted employees, managers, business partners and other stakeholders with their immigration needs. He developed expertise in establishing, maintaining and improving corporate immigration policies and procedures.
Michael Overell is CEO and Co-founder of RecruitLoop, the marketplace for elastic recruiting with expert recruiters and sourcers on-demand. He previously worked with McKinsey, PwC and Ernst & Young, after graduating from University of Queensland (Australia) with B.Commerce (1st Hons) and B.Arts. His writing on talent management and modern work has been featured in Forbes and the Sydney Morning Herald. Michael relocated to the Bay Area from Sydney in 2013 to launch RecruitLoop in the US. He currently lives in Oakland with his wife (also in HR), young daughter, and dog Shasta.
Jon Randall, Director, Talent and Rewards, Willis Towers Watson, has over 30 years of consulting experience helping organizations across the globe address business priorities spanning strategy execution, revenue growth, productivity, employee capability and engagement. Jon is based in our San Francisco office. In 2011 he returned to the US after spending eight years in Asia, where he directed the firm’s Sales Effectiveness and Rewards Practice in Asia Pacific. Prior to that Jon served as Regional Practice Leader for Strategic Rewards and was based in Chicago. Jon received a B.A. degree (magna cum laude) in International Relations and German from Tufts University. He is a recipient of the B.E. Wyatt Award for excellence in client relationships. Jon is a frequent speaker on talent and rewards issues and has published on the topics of retention, performance measurement, sales compensation, governance and human capital risk management.
Tim Silvera, VP & Practice Leader, HUB International, is a total rewards expert with extensive experience in designing and implementing innovative total rewards practices that engage employees to drive business results and build high-performance, results-driven cultures. His expertise includes executive and broad-based compensation, variable pay design, performance management and sales compensation. Tim’s experience spans domestic as well as global compensation in the high-technology, real estate, manufacturing, energy, outsourcing and healthcare industries.
Greg Summers, Senior Vice President, Cielo, brings a background in strategic execution to the design and development of customized recruitment programs. His experience applying Lean and Six Sigma processes to large-scale recruitment partnerships ensures HR teams get the efficiency and effectiveness expected from a strategic investment in solving their most troubling talent challenges. Greg is a skilled facilitator, and frequently brings groups of HR and Talent Acquisition leaders together for focused Think Tanks on timely talent acquisition related topics.
Robyn L Wheeler is a Senior Consultant in Towers Watson’s Talent and Rewards practice based out of Chicago, IL. As a member of the Integrated Solutions Team she applies her experience in both consulting and corporate environments to partner with clients to identify strategies for leveraging talent to achieve their business outcomes. Robyn is an innovative leader with strong skills in organizational design & effectiveness, talent development, organizational culture, employee engagement and change management to support business transformation. She has a deep expertise in global organizations and leadership of complex, multi-workstream projects. Robyn has her Masters in Public & International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and her BA with a double major in International Relations and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin. She serves on the board of the Arts & Business Council of Chicago.
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