Mexico and the New Economic Opportunity;
Legal Issues Managing the 21st Century Workforce
Innovative Global Talent Strategy
|INNOVATION: Focus on the Expat Spouse Talent ...Families 'on the move'...
EXPAT ENGAGEMENT and ASSISTANCE;
Helping partners find work
|to be held at...
|DELL in Santa Fe
Javier Barros Sierra No. 540, Piso 10
Col. Santa Fe. C.P.01210 México, DF
• Registration: 1301 MX$ or $99 USD
|Come learn new things, exchange ideas, collaborate, build rapport
Edwin B Cohen, MD, Corporate Relations Network™
Conference Chairman & Moderator
Editor & CEO
Editor & Publisher
A warm welcome to GlobalBusinessNews Executive Workshop on Mexico Global Business and Strategic Talent Mobility. We present this education conference to share ideas and to learn from you. As a customer service, today's sessions will have both English and Spanish. Today, we are blessed to have new opportunity for education, for expanding business growth, and a pathway for professional development. But questions need to be answered: How will talent be trained and developed and retained for global business and the sustainability of Mexican businesses? Today's workshop will address this situation because it will impact the world we will live in 2014...and beyond.
For the world will be living in, leadership needs to develop an enhanced Global Mindset and learn what it will take for organizations and companies to "win" in globalization and deal better with seemingly "light-speed" business and economic changes. Dynamic, shifting global business opportunity is causing leadership strategy to change and this shift is resulting in capital re-allocations and this will impact workforce planning. Please allow me to answer your every question; we will listen and learn. Contact me ... email@example.com and thank you for participating.
CHECK-IN DESK OPENS
8h - Program start
Moderator's Welcome Remarks
Ed Cohen - Moderator
MEXICO'S ECONOMIC VITALITY and NEW OPPORTUNITY
o New Legal framework
o Union perspective
o Compensation schemes based on the Productivity Plan
o Best business practices
o International Competitiveness and Comparative Advantage
o Enrique Garcia Conde; Shareholder,
Littler, De la Vega y Conde
o Carlos Amtmann Ituarte, Director of New Business Development,
Vencom & Global
INNOVATION: Focus on the Expat Spouse Talent
Families 'on the move'...
EXPAT ENGAGEMENT and ASSISTANCE
Helping partners find work
Garduño Melissa, Organisational Development Manager
IDCN Head- Mexico
Nestlé is leading a new effort with other multinational companies and organisations to help partners of its staff to find work.
The ‘International Dual Career Network’ (IDCN) scheme aims to retain the best people, boost dual couple careers and address the increasing problem of expats leaving their jobs because of worries over their partner’s career prospects.
More than one fifth of employers reported that their expats returned home early for this reason, according to recent statistics from the non-profit organisation Permits.
A survey by one of the IDCN members Ernst and Young revealed that more than 10% of expats leave their jobs before the end of their contracts, in one in 12 companies worldwide.
“We want to put partners of our staff on an equal playing field with other jobseekers to find employment in a new country,” said Peter Vogt, Deputy Executive Vice President for Nestlé and Head of Human Resources.
“This network provides advice on CVs, guidance on how best to look for a job, networking opportunities and access to HR contacts with member companies,” he added.
‘International Dual Career Network’ was first launched by Nestlé in Switzerland in 2011. There are now about 460 spouses in the country who are registered with the scheme.
In the same year, the initiative was launched in Mexico City, Paris in France and Zürich in Switzerland, to meet the growing need for career guidance for spouses.
In total, over 700 spouses and more than 40 multinational companies and organisations are taking part in the initiative.
10h30 - 12h30
MEXICO, NEW WORKFORCE, NEW OPPORTUNITY and GLOBAL BUSINESS:
Managing the 21st Century Workforce and Transforming the Workplace for a Younger Workforce
Role of Strategic Talent Mobility
Dealing with Tightening Budgets for Mobility Management
Edwin Cohen, Editor & Publisher, GlobalBusinessNews
The “connected workforce” ... DELL's mobile work and the way we use it to improve innovation, attract best talent
Conference CoChairman and Host
HR Country Lead (Mexico)
Current recruiting trends in Mexico and LatAm
Juan Carlos Carrillo
Talent Acquisition Manager
German Vega, Partner;
Socio, Human Capital - Global Mobility
Capital Humano - Movilidad Global
Ernst & Young
Dulce Negrete, Manager -
Compensation & Benefits
PepsiCo Alimentos Mexico
Strategic Talent Mobility
Sara DeHayes, Director, Consulting Services
Crown World Mobility
Defining Your Customer and Their Needs
Jack Fraind, Vice President Latin America,
INFORMAL WORKING LUNCHEON
roundtable audience discussion
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