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27 October 2015 - FEM Perth Chapter - Mobility Policy Redesign and Benchmarking: What recent changes are happening to international policy and expatriate packages?

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Come along and hear about recent trends to policy and expatriate salaries and allowances from a panel of people including those from local business as well as real life experiences from expatriates. Share your experiences, your challengers and the benefits you’ve seen with an interactive audience. The more attendance the more ability we get to benchmark. See you there!

Speaker Panel:

Jo Scellier
Jo has spent considerable time working at the forefront of expatriate management when she was delivering seminars on trends and updates on global mobility policy and remuneration around Australia and knows the importance of benchmarking through sharing experience. Having relocated internationally and domestically, she is able to connect with the benefits and challenges of expatriating and repatriating and enjoys sharing both her technical and practical knowledge in the field.

Kevin Thorley, HR Lead Bid Writing – Transfield Services
Kevin brings extensive experience in human resources management from global oil & gas, mining and engineering to consulting organisations. He has worked in international job market analysis and been involved in recruiting and managing staff on large international projects and contracts, such as the Gorgon LNG Project. His knowledge and exposure to expatriate management including changes in policy and allowances offers us an invaluable insight to the changing landscape of global mobility.

Sally Bogle, Australian Correspondent , Petroleum Economist
Sally Bogle is an energy journalist who has spent over 20 years covering energy sector developments in Australia, Europe, Central America and the Former Soviet Union.A New Zealander by birth and now based in Perth, Australia, Sally has worked for a range of public and private sector organisations including the OECD’s International Energy Agency (IEA), IHS CERA, Platts McGraw-Hill, Financial Times Energy, the International Herald Tribune/Het Financieele Dagblad and Accenture.

Sally is currently editor of the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE)’s quarterly journal EnergyNews and the Australia correspondent for natural gas & LNG for two London-based publications: Petroleum Economist and Interfax Energy.

Date:
27 October 2015

Time:
07:30am to 09:30am

Venue:
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Level 1, Bankwest Building, 300 Murray Street Perth

Proud Members of:

Forum for expatriate management
EURA