Energy, Mining, and Engineering and Construction Roundtable
As world events and the economy swing unpredictably, expatriate
staffing becomes even more complex and critical. The Energy,
Mining, and Engineering and Construction Roundtable helps human
resources decision-makers from major, innovative companies to
meet the challenges of their role by providing a forum for
discussion and knowledge sharing.
Members share best practices, analyze new ideas, discuss
current issues common to the membership, and exchange
information in an open and confidential setting. The focus is
on total international compensation and management of a global
workforce and the effects of current economic, social, and
Members discuss approaches to common strategic concerns and
operational issues. Strategic concerns range, for example, from
getting top management support on policies to developing a
global mobility management program, from measuring
international human resources to supporting dual careers and
other family issues. Operational issues range from expatriate
program surveys to short-term assignment policies, from
international pension plans to expatriate service centers and
Who Should Join?
If you are responsible for the international human resources or
compensation issues at an organization with a significant
expatriate and local-national workforce and a commitment to
international business, consider the advantages of joining the
Energy, Mining, and Engineering and Construction Roundtable.
Gaster at +1 214 220 6246 for more information.