Cross-Border Operations and the Role of Culture’s 3 C’s: Country, Corporation and Compliance

Description

This is a complimentary program sponsored by Kronos. 

Kronos 

As companies increasingly operate across national borders, and look to continue expanding internationally, complexities and risks surrounding their workforce increase.  Combined with the changing composition and nature of these companies’ workforce, including recent trends seen globally such as remote workspaces, worker classification, and shifting demographics, business leaders must ensure that they are managing their workforces effectively while remaining efficient in their operations.

Join us for this 60-minute program, where our panelists will discuss the major workforce management challenges for multi-national corporations, and what your company should expect when looking to go global. Our speakers will also discuss the top workforce trends across the globe that are likely to have the most impact on your business and how to manage and adapt to these trends.Finally, our panelists will also speak the top pitfalls that companies face when operating in countries with different regulations and requirements, as well as provide strategies for keeping costs low while successfully managing your global workforce.

Educational Objectives:
Webinar participants will learn:
• The major workforce-related challenges that arise when companies operate across borders
• The top global workforce trends that will impact your business
• The major costs and risks associated with managing a global workforce
• Strategies for efficient and effective global workforce management.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Executives, human resources leaders and professionals, finance team leaders and professionals, and IT and operations leaders and professionals, from large, multinational organizations.

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Presenters

Aaron Abell
  • Director
  • Corporate HR & Talent, Tronox Alkali

Aaron Abell is an accomplished global HR business professional, talent guru, innovator, analyst, thought leader, and entrepreneur. As Director, Corporate HR Talent at Tronox Alkali formerly FMC Minerals , Aaron is responsible for the creation, development and implementation of its entire talent lifecycle processes and systems including talent acquisition, development, and management. He spearheaded a recent overhaul of Alkali s recruitment process which yielded a 36 reduction in cost, improvement in quality and speed of hire. Aaron s cross functional experience includes Corporate Strategy, creating senior executive market intelligence reporting and supporting the Hillenbrand acquisition of Coperion Capital, and Lean Continuous Improvement, leading global Lean learning and development for 6,500 employees. Aaron was awarded the Delaware Valley HR Rising Star of the Year in May 2017. He is currently a member of the SHRM Young Professionals Advisory Council and Philadelphia SHRM Emerging Leaders Committee, and was recently nominated for the Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Rising Star Award. He is a founding member of Wabash Fraternity Advisors, Generation to Generation Mentorship program, Kiwanis Kids and US program, and the Keystone Group. Aaron previously served as a board member for Tree County Players, Oldenburg Academy, Theta Delta Chi, and ACS Relay for Life.As Senior Corporate Counsel of Employment at NetApp.

Maxwell Norman
  • Senior Corporate Counsel Employment
  • NetApp

Maxwell Norman works closely with clients across the business and throughout the world to help successfully advise on employee concerns, support and conduct investigations, and manage litigation. He spends the majority of his time supporting and partnering with the company s Human Resources department, participating in project management and policy drafting and revision. With more than 10 years of global in house experience in high performing retail and tech industries, Maxwell proactively issue spots and responds to statutory and case law changes to ensure compliance.

Donald C. Dowling, Jr.
  • Partner
  • K&L Gates (Moderator)

Mr. Don Dowling concentrates his practice on outbound international employment law as part of the firm s Global Employer Solutions team. He advises multinational headquarters on cross border employment law compliance, including global codes of conduct, whistleblowers hotlines, employee handbooks, HR policies and workplace safety codes.Mr. Dowling was formerly a partner at the New York office of another global law firm. He once served in Paris as in house international employment counsel for a Fortune 500 company. He has been an international employment law consultant at a global consulting firm, and he practiced in both Cincinnati and Chicago before coming to New York.Mr. Dowling is a member of the NYU Law School Center for Labor Employment Advisory Board. He is chair of or has chaired international employment law committees of the International Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association and the Cincinnati Bar Association. He is a past chair of XBHR, a cross border HR group.

Continuing Education

Credits:
COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 HRCI GLOBAL, 1.0 SHRM
Prerequisite:
A basic understanding of issues that arise during multinational operations.
Level:
Intermediate
Production Date:
11/25/2017