10th November 2022, Zurich, Switzerland
Providing Remote International Experiences that really work for your Global Talent
During the global pandemic, through necessity, many companies had to find ways to manage situations where employees needed to fulfil their duties remotely from a different country. Some have converted this experience into structured policies and practices that make it possible for certain employees to experience international remote work, albeit in two different forms:
1. A virtual remote assignment as an alternative to an international move i.e. the employee stays in place but their role and team are in another country.
2. The opportunity for an employee to perform their current role from another country for a limited period each year.
• How might these initiatives support DEI and the attraction and retention of global talent?
• How are companies going about it, what are the risks and how are these being managed?
• What can be done to enhance the talent impact of such international experiences?
Global talent and mobility leads are invited to join us from 17:00 on 10 November to consider these questions, and the challenges of transfer pricing and tax compliance.
Our 2022 Talent Mobility Roundtable will allow you to compare and discuss your approach with your Swiss peers, and also with the leading global companies that make up the mX Benchmark Council. You will be introduced to a new cultural agility enhancement solution, of particular importance where the cultural immersion usually associated with an international move is missing.
Join the discussion and share your thoughts and practices during the roundtable
and, more informally, over the customary drinks and refreshments which follow.
mX Benchmark Council
Companies in the mX Benchmark Council form Circles, chaired by corporate professionals, within which peers responsible for global talent and global mobility capture and compare information on different aspects of talent mobility and its effectiveness. Companies of the mX Benchmark Council: Accenture, BASF, Boeing, Capgemini, Cargill, Caterpillar, Citi, Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, Deloitte, Evonik, Gilead, John Deere, Jotun, Kellogg’s, Kraft Heinz, HSBC, Maersk, McDonald’s, McKinsey, Microsoft, Novartis, Pearson, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Syngenta, TechnipFMC, Tetra Pak, Walmart, Wells Fargo.
While others make mobility happen, TraQs makes mobility work by helping its clients focus on mobility purpose, and outcomes that matter – ie securing success, improving the employee experience and increasing return on investment. Drawing upon a blend of deep professional experience and digital expertise, TraQs helps companies transform the global talent mobility experience. In 2021, to encourage evidence-driven connections between peers and help push forward the boundaries of good practice, TraQs launched the mX Benchmark Council, a new virtual-first, pan-regional network of global mobility and talent professionals
Tax Partner AG
Tax Partner helps its clients ensure fiscal compliance and avoid unnecessary tax and social security costs. With 9 tax partners and 30+ tax practitioners, we specialise in national and international tax, tax consulting, tax planning for private clients and expatriates, tax reviews and opinions, tax compliance, tax litigation, project management and transfer pricing. Our knowledgeable and experienced team strives to develop creative, well devised and, if necessary, unconventional solutions in all areas of tax law for corporations and private clients in a wide range of industry sectors, including banking, insurance, real estate and technology.