Globalization has presented new challenges to organizations. One of the most critical issues is effectively building a global workforce that is competent and committed to the organization’s mission and objectives.
Workforces have become more culturally diverse. Even though an organization may have operations concentrated in a single country the mobility of talent results in people coming from other countries. They bring their cultural orientation with them and beliefs and values are not easily changed. As a result each organization must recognize cultural differences, respect the rights of people to have differing perspectives and reconcile the issues cultural diversity creates.
This 2-day seminar presents concepts, theories, principles and techniques for effectively managing a workforce globally. The focus is to identify effective strategies relating to staffing, development, performance management, remuneration management, legal/regulatory compliance and employee/ labor relations in globally dispersed and culturally diverse organizations.
1. To ensure attendees understand the issues related to effectively managing a workforce in a global environment.
2. To inform attendees about human resource strategies and programs that will be economically feasible, legal and acceptable to employees as fair, competitive and appropriate.
3. To engage attendees in exploring alternative approaches to meeting the challenges associated with a global workforce and evaluating how different approaches can address the issues faced by their organizations.
Who should attend
•HR practitioners and managers at all levels; Management personnel responsible for global/diverse workforces
• Case Studies
I. Global Human Resource Strategy
• Reasons why organizations operate globally
• Forces impacting global workforce management
• Alternative strategies for effectively managing a global workforce
II. Organization and Workforce Culture
• Types of organizational cultures and what types of organizations and contexts each fits best
• Diversity in workforce cultures: national/ethnic, religious, occupational and generational
• Model for recognizing cultural differences, respecting their validity and reconciling the issues they present
III. Global Staffing Strategy
• Alternative approaches to attracting, retaining and utilizing employees
• Legal/regulatory, cultural and economic forces impacting global staffing
IV. Global Development Strategy
• Approaches to developing employees
• Legal/regulatory, cultural and economic forces impacting development strategies/programs
I. Global Performance Management Strategy
• Approaches to defining and measuring performance at the individual, group/unit and organizational levels
• Legal/regulatory, cultural and economic forces impacting performance management strategies/programs
II. Global Remuneration Strategy
• Approaches to rewarding employees globally
• Legal/regulatory, cultural and economic forces impacting remuneration management strategies and programs
III. Global Legal/Regulatory Compliance And Ethical Management
• Principles for managing employees set down by various agencies, including the UN, OECD and ILO and operating in a manner mandated by ethical codes
• Alternative approaches to accommodating laws, regulations and principles while effectively managing the workforce
IV. Global Leadership & Management
• Alternative leadership strategies
• Effectiveness of different leadership styles across countries and cultures
• 25 & 26 October 2018
• Two days
• 9 am to 5.30 pm
A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded at the end of the course.
• S$ 1250 for Community
• S$ 1280 for Non-Subscribers
• Coffee & tea with snacks during the morning and afternoon breaks
• Buffet lunch with vegetarian & halal options