Dear RES Forum Members, We are already working on producing the RES Forum Annual Report for 2019!
The report will be authored by Professor Michael Dickmann, Professor of International HRM at Cranfield University, School of Management, and we would like to ask for your help to complete our research survey. We received feedback that there were too many surveys in 2018, so this year we have combined all of the core research surveys into one, meaning that you do not need to spend time completing the organisation data multiple times. This survey will take between 30 and 45 minutes to complete.
Here at the RES Forum, we like to think of our members as part of a community, where we all work together to share information to help us do our jobs better. To enable this to happen in the most effective way, we would like to ask everyone to play an active part in our community.
So this year, we are asking each RES Member company to nominate just ONE member from their organisation to complete this Annual Report Research Survey, and in return, EVERYONE in your organisation will be able to ask an unlimited number of benchmarking questions of other RES members this year using the RES Forum email question surveys. Organisations who do NOT complete this survey by the closing date of Friday 16 November 2018 will only be able to send out 3 questions during 2019 to other RES members.
We hope you’ll agree that this is the best way for us as all as a community to get the best quality annual report that we can all use to analyse, inform and benchmark our own GM programmes and to educate ourselves for personal, continued professional development.
Additionally, everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a 250GBP (approx 280EUR/ 330USD) Amazon shopping voucher. To take part, either click on the link that you have recently received from us directly from survey monkey or click here
Thank you in advance for your participation!
Michael (Report author) & Andy, David, Jose & Heather (The RES Forum Team)
Gender Discrimination and Expatriates- Assignments without (Glass) Borders. How far have we come?- New Quarterly Research Report Authored by Prof. Dr. Benjamin Bader, Professor of Strategic Management and Organization and Katherina Schulz, BA Research Assistant at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg in Germany.
The concise report, based on research carried out by the Leuphana University team who surveyed some of the world's key multinational organizations, includes discussions relating to -
Facing gender discrimination and harassment: Discrimination both in and out of the workplace
Discrimination against female expatriates is higher at junior and senior management levels than at top management
Coping strategies, adjustment, and company policies: How is discrimination dealt with at an individual and an organizational level?
More importantly, the report provides-
Practical action steps that organizations can take to tackle Gender Discrimination.
The report is produced in association with-
To read the full report, click here To read the report infographic, click here To read the Global Mobility Managers toolkit, clickhere
RES CONNECT BIAM
We are delighted to be hosting the next in our series of specialist BIAM (Banking, Insurance and Asset Management) meetings which is taking the form of a lunch and afternoon event at Vinoteca City, London on Thursday 1st November. The main eventsponsor is SilverDoor RES Forum Technical Partner for Temporary Accommodation and we would love you to be involved on the day.
The sessions will focus on the current disrupters in global mobility, including the latest regulation, the impact of Brexit, and the challenges created by increased automation.
We’ll be tackling these topics through a mixture of interactive workshops, attendee programme overviews, and (of course) a spot of wine tasting!
This event is ONLY open to senior in-house global mobility/International HR professionals within the financial services industry and will be capped at around 22 people to facilitate discussions more easily.
We have chosen what we believe is a really special venue and with the activities planned for the end, are hoping it will prove to be a unique and wonderful experience for all attendees.
Thursday 1st November, 13.00 -17.00 at Vinoteca City
21 Bloomberg Arcade, London, EC4N 8AR
To view the full itinerary and secure your place clickhere
BOOK NOW FOR NEW YORK!
RE -INVENTING THE GLOBAL MOBILITY EXPERIENCE
Places have filled up fast for our next RES Connect Event at NewsCorp in New York on 29th November. We only have 10 spaces remaining so if you don't want to miss out then book today! Join us for an exclusive opportunity to mix and mingle with peers while discussing industry topics at the NewsCorp headquarters.
At the event, you’ll hear from Rina Montalvo, Director of Global Mobility/Immigration for News Corp, Dow Jones, and The Wall Street Journal. She will share frontline stories on Duty of Care and the harsh reality of how it effects global mobility.
You’ll also participate in an interactive corporate roundtable discussions alongside the likes of ADP, Nike, Mastercard, Unicef, Bloomberg, Under Armour, Skanska, Nectar, Regeneron and many more on how the global mobility experience is shaping the workforce of the future. The talk will be led by Debbie Convery, Director of Global Programs & Operations and Mobility Practice Lead at Nike.
When: Thursday, 29th November 2018 Time: 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM Where: News Corp Headquarters 1221 Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) New York, NY 10036
This event is limited to RES Forum members and those working inhouse within organisations in Global Mobility & HR Roles. Space is limited, so register your interest as soon as possible at www.theresforum.com or email email@example.com
IN THE NEWS What can companies do when expats face gender discrimination? A new survey suggests businesses are ill-equipped to help international assignees, says Professor Benjamin Bader. The public discussion on gender discrimination has, quite rightly, generated enormous momentum around the globe. And the topic of discrimination against women on international work assignments is also receiving more attention.
Women are underrepresented in leadership positions, they earn less than men and they also suffer more from discrimination when on international assignment. The number of female assignees is significantly lower than men, and those who are on assignments face challenges because of their gender in many host countries.
To read more of this article from People Management by Professor Benjamin Bader, RES Forum Strategic Advisor click here
LEARNING LAB Understand the current state of Global Mobility,identify challenges with global assignments, understand contract types, identify appropriate measures to take before, during and after an assignment, understand the benefits and risks of working with external vendors. These are just some of the things you will learn about Global Mobility in the Learning Lab. To find out more click here
MEMBER ENGAGEMENT SURVEY At the RES Forum we are always looking to improve the quality and variety of services we offer to our members. We would be grateful if you could spare a minute to let us know what you think of the RES Forum. Clickhere
QUESTIONS & SHORT SURVEYS If you have a question to put to members the process is simple. Login to the website then select MY PROFILE >SURVEYS > CREATE NEW SURVEY. Then build your question or short survey, include start and finish dates and submit. We will then check over, issue the question and supply you with consolidated results at the end. Should you have any questions please feel free to make contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org