Global Mobility Summit
New York City – October 4, 2010
Global Mobility: Perspectives on Best in Class
Frame of Reference
 Twenty years of corporate HR management experience with
U.S. and non-U.S. MNC’s
 International assignments in the military and private sector
 Fifteen plus years’ interaction with global mobility and other
IHR colleagues within the National Foreign Trade Council
Workforce Issues – 2010 and Beyond
 Demographic Trends - War for Talent
 Expansion of Business Activity into Newer or Emerging
Markets (Africa, Brazil, China, India, the Middle East)
 Increased Competition from non-U.S. MNC’s within and
outside their borders (Brazil, China, India)
 Career Aspirations of Employees
General and Proprietary Studies
 1990’s: Selection of Talent; Dual-Career Couples; Annual
Relocation Trends
 NFTC/Towers Perrin Benchmarking Study
 Cigna International, NFTC, World at WorkExpatriate Satisfaction Study
 2000’s: Annual Relocation Trends and PwC’s Mobility 2020
Related Trends
 Demographic Trends in Western Europe, North America,
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Japan, and China
Expansion of Business Activity into “New” or Emerging
Markets
Increased Competition from non-U.S. MNC’s
Career Aspirations of Millennial and Gen Individuals
War of Business! And War for Talent!
Convergence with Global Mobility
Who are the Best in Class and Why?
Facets of Global Mobility Management
 Administration
 Orientation, Training & Support
 Assignment Planning
 Program Philosophy
 Assignment Refusal/Deferral
 Repatriation/Retention
 Candidate Assessment
 ROI
 Career Development
 Security/Emergency Evacuations
 Compensation-General
 Selection
 Compliance
 Spousal/Family/Partner Support
 Cost Containment
 Technology
 Dual Career Couples
 Tax Management
 Employee Assistance Programs
 Vendor Relationships
 Localization
GLOBAL MOBILITY PROGRAMS
BEST IN CLASS
Administration
Assignment Planning
Assignment
Refusal/Deferral
Candidate Assessment
Career Development
Compensation - General
Compliance / Equity
Awards
Cost Containment
Dual Career Couples
Employee Assistance
Programs
Localization
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Exxon/Mobil
American Express
Colgate - Palmolive
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Rohm & Haas
General Motors
Colgate - Palmolive
Lafarge
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Proctor & Gamble
Philip Morris International
Schlumberger
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Stryker
Philip Morris International
Schlumberger
Citi
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PepsiCo
GE
IBM
JP Morgan /Chase
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GSK
JP Morgan Chase
Schlumberger
JP Morgan/Chase
Phillip Morris International
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Proctor & Gamble
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Orientation, Training &
Support
Program Philosophy
Repatriation/Retention
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Merrill Lynch
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UPS
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General Electric
3M
Philip Morris
International
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Schlumberger
Sasol
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UPS
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Lockheed Martin
Raytheon
Nortel
Schlumberger
Stryker
Shell
PartnerJob.com
General Motors
Proctor & Gamble
GSK
PepsiCo
Intel
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ROI
Security/Emergency
Evacuations
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JP Morgan /Chase
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Baker Hughes
Delphi
American Express
Lafarge
Motorola
Motorola
Schlumberger
Accenture
General Electric
Citi
ExxonMobil
Dow Chemical
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Selection
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Spousal/Partner Support
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Technology
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Tax Management
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Vendor Relationships
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Conclusions
 Understand the Drivers of Business Success in Your
Company/Industry
 Business Case Development for Talent Development &
Global Assignments
 Look Outside Own Industry Sector For Smart Practices
William R. Sheridan
Vice President – IHR Services
National Foreign Trade Council
600 Lexington Avenue, 29th Floor
New York, NY 10022
T: (212) 399-7128
[email protected]
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