Everyone knows expansion into other markets isn’t simply a matter of sending employees overseas or hiring locally. But what exactly is required?
As companies go global the complexity in managing this global workforce multiples 10-fold. Yet.
- 89% HR leads said having a complete view of their global employees is “critical,” yet only 30% of them have that complete view – ADP Research Institute
- 40% of companies don’t feel they have the necessary human capital data needed to make good decisions. – Knowledge Infusion, Study
- 60% of HR leaders say staying compliant and avoiding risk are their top worry – ADP Research Institute
In this session, we will explore ways in which HR can better predict and minimize employment risks when operating overseas; control employment costs; and establish processes and culture that sets up their organizations for success. Companies also must find the right balance between the common, global structures they need to be more efficient, and the local innovations and services they need to be credible to the customers they are seeking to win. It is also important for them to leverage new technology and shared services that can help them stay consistent and compliant, and better predict and control their costs.
Join more than 2,700 practitioners, providers and presenters at the California HR Conference by Professionals In Human Resources Association. Attendees are able to earn SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HR Certification Institute (HRCI) Business, California, Global and HR (General) recertification credits.
The concurrent sessions are presented by skilled and experienced speakers in HR Compliance, California Employment Law, Business & HR Strategy, Talent Management, Global HR, Total Rewards, Professional Development, Nonprofit HR, and the CHRO function.
For a full agenda and more information, visit cahrconference.org.