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1 New York City – October 4, 2010 Global Mobility: Perspectives on Best in Class Global Mobility Summit

2 Frame of Reference Twenty years of corporate HR management experience with U.S. and non-U.S. MNCs 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

3 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. MNCs within and outside their borders (Brazil, China, India) Career Aspirations of Employees

4 General and Proprietary Studies 1990s: Selection of Talent; Dual-Career Couples; Annual Relocation Trends NFTC/Towers Perrin Benchmarking Study Cigna International, NFTC, World at Work- Expatriate Satisfaction Study 2000s: Annual Relocation Trends and PwCs Mobility 2020

5 Related Trends Demographic Trends in Western Europe, North America, Japan, and China Expansion of Business Activity into New or Emerging Markets Increased Competition from non-U.S. MNCs Career Aspirations of Millennial and Gen Individuals War of Business! And War for Talent! Convergence with Global Mobility

6 Who are the Best in Class and Why ?

7 Facets of Global Mobility Management Administration Assignment Planning Assignment Refusal/Deferral Candidate Assessment Career Development Compensation-General Compliance Cost Containment Dual Career Couples Employee Assistance Programs Localization Orientation, Training & Support Program Philosophy Repatriation/Retention ROI Security/Emergency Evacuations Selection Spousal/Family/Partner Support Technology Tax Management Vendor Relationships

8 GLOBAL MOBILITY PROGRAMS BEST IN CLASS Administration Exxon/Mobil Proctor & Gamble Assignment Planning American Express Philip Morris International Colgate - Palmolive Schlumberger Assignment Refusal/Deferral Rohm & Haas Candidate Assessment General Motors Stryker Career Development Colgate - Palmolive Philip Morris International Lafarge Schlumberger Compensation - General Citi PepsiCo Compliance / Equity Awards GE GSK Cost Containment IBM JP Morgan Chase Dual Career Couples JP Morgan /Chase Schlumberger Employee Assistance Programs JP Morgan/Chase Proctor & Gamble Localization Phillip Morris International

9 Orientation, Training & Support Merrill Lynch UPS Program Philosophy General Electric Schlumberger Repatriation/Retention 3M Sasol Philip Morris International UPS ROI JP Morgan /Chase Security/Emergency Evacuations Baker Hughes Lockheed Martin Delphi Raytheon Selection American Express Nortel Lafarge Schlumberger Motorola Stryker Spousal/Partner Support Motorola Shell Schlumberger PartnerJob.com Technology Accenture General Motors General Electric Proctor & Gamble Tax Management Citi GSK ExxonMobil PepsiCo Vendor Relationships Dow Chemical Intel

10 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

11 William R. Sheridan Vice President – IHR Services National Foreign Trade Council 600 Lexington Avenue, 29 th Floor New York, NY T: (212)


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