Enabling win-wins for employers and employees
The pandemic has shape-shifted the workforce. Almost universal adoption of remote working has also gone cross-border and is here to stay. As the return-to-work conversation progresses around the world, it is consistently creating demand to consider cross-border remote working arrangements. In some industries and sectors, it is an expectation or even a competitive advantage.
Cross-border remote working creates WIN – WINS for both employers and employees but care needs to be taken to ensure compliance is not compromised and that teams have the right skills to adapt and thrive.
In this complimentary webinar we will explore the multi-disciplinary compliance considerations across areas like HR, payroll, tax and permanent establishments. What are the issues, and how should they be managed? We will also explore the practical aspects; how do teams and cross-border workers adapt and thrive together? What role can coaching play in agility, resilience and development of cross-border remote teams?
Brought to you in conjunction with Crowe Singapore and Crowe UK, join us for this free introductory level webinar for an overview of technical considerations and practical suggestions when looking at cross-border remote and virtual workers.
The webinar is suitable for all sizes of organisation where cross-border remote working is already happening or is likely to in the near future.
There is a difference between presence in country due to the pandemic and then a presence in country through design – i.e., an official cross border remote working arrangement. Tax authorities are in many ways catching up with the rapidly evolving situation, which is talent is fluid and global, and the pandemic has proven people can work from anywhere.
What are the key issues and how are employers responding?
As cross border remote working becomes a bigger part of the workforce, what skills are needed in teams to ensure those teams thrive? What is the essential role of coaching skills?
C-Suite executives, business owners and leaders as well as HR leaders and professionals.
Mr. Dinesh Jangra
Partner, Head of Global Mobility Services, Global Practice Leader, Global Mobility Services / Crowe U.K. LLP | Crowe Singapore
Dinesh is the Head of global mobility for Crowe Global and UK Global Mobility services practice leader. Crowe is a 42,000-people strong audit, tax, risk and advisory professional services organization with 800+ offices in 146 countries. Dinesh is based in London, UK and is a cross-border mobility tax and social security expert with over 22 years of experience. Dinesh is an expert at developing and leading delivery of multi-jurisdictional people compliance programmes. Dinesh has advised a number of complex, large multi-nationals through his career with EY and Crowe. Dinesh is fluent in German and his native English.
Dr. Phil Renshaw
Visiting Professor, Leadership & Coaching / The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Phil is a management and executive coach working with all client types and levels of seniority. Having worked at Board level, Phil enables rapport building and insight. He is passionate about helping people to improve their skills through coaching and facilitating change.
Having completed a PhD in 2019, Phil is a researcher specialising in the organisational value generated by international assignments and Global Mobility. His academic work can be found on ResearchGate and at Cranfield University where he is a Visiting Fellow.
Phil has enjoyed working in and with many different parts of the world. Examples of his work include:
Regardless of whether you attend the live session you will receive the recording to watch multiple times for up to 6 months.