- Delivered in Asia only -
This half-day course is designed to give HR practitioners a thorough understanding of the most common method used for calculating international assignment salaries, the home-based approach, also known as the build-up or balance sheet calculation, as well as to ensure that delegates are up-to-date regarding market practice and best practice.
Participants come away with a firm understanding of how the home-based approach works, the various assignment allowances and why they are provided, how they are calculated, market practice regarding calculation and how company policies impact assignment compensation.
- To provide an understanding of the relationship between international assignments and compensation methods
- To introduce the most common method used to determine employee compensation during international assignments
- To provide a thorough understanding of the main types of allowances provided as part of an international assignment
- To use case studies and real-life examples in exercises in order for delegates to come away with a practical knowledge that can be applied in the workplace
Who should attend
This course is designed as an introduction or refresher for anyone involved in the practical administration of international assignment policy and salary calculations e.g. IM Managers, HRBPs, C&B professionals, HR Managers, HR Administrators, HR Executives etc.
Dates and locations
We are in the process of confirming future dates. If you are interested in attending this course, please email to let us know of your interest and to receive further information.
Keen to further develop your assignment management expertise and skills?
Following the Foundations course, you may also wish to complete The IHRP programme, providing a comprehensive insight into both the theory and practical elements of managing international assignments, or the Managing Compensation for Mobile Employees course which delves deeper into compensation methods for mobile staff. Discounts available if you attend multiple courses.