Pernille Rudlin is speaking at a seminar on Managing Employee Mobility between UK and Japan on September 11th in London. You can register for free on Eventbrite.
It is hosted by Gerson Relocation and Koyanagi in association with Willis Towers Watson featuring specialist Japanese mobility experts who will examine how to manage mobility and benefits strategies between these two key global economies.
If you are an employer involved in managing employee benefits and/or assignments between Japan and the UK, this is an essential update to ensure the smooth running of your programme.
Tom Standring – Head of Global Mobility, Hitachi Europe Ltd.
James Coker – Associate Director / Consultant, Health & Benefits, Willis Towers Watson
Abi Frederick – Senior Associate, Employement Law, Lewis Silkin
Chi Lam – Japan Tax Specialist, Greenback Alan LLP
John Koyanagi – Owner, Koyanagi Worldwide
Helen Collingsworth – AIRINC data
Li Xiang – Immigration specialist focusing on Japan
Pernille Rudlin – Japan Intercultural Consulting
The format will divided into two main sessions, encompassing presentations from key speakers and additional content provided by subject matter experts. Each session will involve key presentations from the panel and interactive open table discussion opportunities.
Attendees will benefit from seeing how other heads of mobility and HR manage their mobility programmes. We will also look at the relocating employee aspect, in particular from the perspective of bringing Japanese assignees to the UK and sending your employees on assignment to Japan.
Arrive for networking over coffees and teas.
14.00 SESSION ONE: PROGRAMME DESIGN
Global Mobility Programme Design and Policy
An introduction to Japanese global mobility and strategies presented by Head of Global Mobility.
Employee Benefits Strategy
Key considerations regarding managing your benefits strategy.
15.45 SESSION TWO: THE ASSIGNEE EXPERIENCE
Japan Immigration & Tax Considerations
Japan immigration update with working visas for Japanese employees coming to the UK and sending employees to Japan. Reporting, compliance considerations and managing risk.
Relocation, Moving & Housing
Housing budgets, schooling options, customs requirements, banking and settling-in.
Managing Risk and Culture Shock!
What you need to consider to make each assignment a success.
17.00 CLOSE AND NETWORKING
An opportunity to network with your peers and to meet the speakers and subject matter experts.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This is for employers with offices in Japan and the UK: HR, Head of Global Mobility, Comp & Benefits professionals, International Reward.
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