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OD: Hiring for a Global Campus—Why a Textbook Approach Won’t Work

Recorded on: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:00 pm EDT


With the rapid pace of international growth for universities and colleges, anticipating the complexities of hiring local employees or sending expatriate to a new country is one of the biggest challenges for business officers and administrators. Even if you have been operating overseas for many years, new risks may have emerged that could blindside you. Keeping informed and acting timely can not only help you minimize your risks but help you spot and maximize on opportunities. Join this informative panel to hear from experts on:
  • Which countries are the easiest and hardest to expand into and why?
  • Hiring employees, contractors, managing expatriate employees—what administrators have to cover?
  • Employment Law and Employee Relations: Do you know there are certain countries that have a 13th month salary and others require grandparents be included in health coverage insurance?
  • Employee Reward: From benchmarking, through implementation to ongoing administration, how you streamline your processes?
  • What to do about employee benefits when you have a small workforce?
  • Expatriate Tax: how to handle–tax equalization, hypo tax and Cost of Living Allowance (COLA)?
  • Payroll & Personnel Administration Managing employee communication, tracking and reporting leaves, overtime recording, compliance monitoring, working time, etc.

What You Will Learn

  • Gain a better understanding of local statutory requirements.
  • Explore employment law and employee relations overseas.
  • Identifying key risk areas and proactively managing those issues.

Meet the Presenters

  • Dr. Surja Datta, Economics and Strategy, Oxford Brookes University
  • Dr. Shan Nair, co-founder, Nair & Co.
  • Stuart Buglass, director, human capital consulting, Nair & Co.

Who Should Attend

  • Chief business officers
  • Director of human resources
  • Director of global initiatives
  • Risk managers
  • General counsel
  • Tax directors

Course Information

  • Course Level: Intermediate
  • CPE Field of Study: Business Management and Operations
  • Length: 100 minutes
  • Prerequisites: none
  • CPE Credits: 2
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Non Member Registration Fee: $219.00


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