Companies across Asia are realizing that to be truly successful they must be global. The workshop is designed to increasing awareness and understanding of mobility practices within the oil industry. The workshop is designed to help practitioners understand the issues and to arm them with strategies to help them develop effective mobility policies that are truly global.
Within the oil and gas industry there is a war for talent. Oil and gas companies are focused on attracting the right people to do the jobs in the locations where the work needs to be done. To achieve this, their policies must be competitive and offer the right benefits to attract and retain talent.
Key benefits for attending this event
• EMBRACE global best practices on ways companies compensate expatriates in the oil and gas industry. • ACQUIRE insight into the challenges that make global mobility within the oil and gas industry unique. • DEVELOP competitive and costs-effective mobility policies that are truly global. • ESTABLISH effective expatriate compensation packages for their organizations. • COMPREHEND the role of each compensation package element including COLA, assignment premiums, and housing allowances. • APPLY ways to address economic factors (like exchange rates and inflation) in the expatriate pay package. • ENHANCE strategies for managing a globally mobile workforce.
Who Should Attend
VPs, Directors, HODs, Advisors, Senior Managers and Managers of:
Human Resource / Global Human Resource
Compensation and Benefits/Compensation and Reward Management
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