March 23-24, 2021

Day 1

8:00 am - 9:00 am The employee experience in 2021 and the future of work

Melanie Lougee - Senior Strategy Director, Employee Workflows, ServiceNow

Join us for an exclusive webinar with Melanie Lougee, Senior Strategy Director Employee Workflows at ServiceNow. During this session Melanie with explore and discuss: 

  • The impacts of 2020 on the employee experience
  • The future of work as organisations switch to a new hybrid workforce 
  • The importance of a digitised workplace 

Findings from the Forrester’s Total Economic Impact™ of ServiceNow HR Service Delivery will be shared to showcase the value of digitising the workplace and the return of investment (ROI) that enterprises have realised by deploying HR Service Delivery (HRSD) to invent new ways to work. 


This session is not to be missed – walk away with the knowledge and tools to enable your organisation to deliver great enterprise-wide employee experiences that support work from anywhere! 


Melanie Lougee

Senior Strategy Director, Employee Workflows

9:00 am - 10:00 am Moving to Agile at Scale to Enable Resource Enablement Enterprise Wide and Enhance Skills Identification

Melissa Dorey - Head of the People Digital Experience, Telstra
  • How to listen to the employee in parallel with the UX design
  • How to understand our people and self-driven career opportunities
  • How to create resilience, adaptability, and inclusion 

Melissa Dorey

Head of the People Digital Experience

10:00 am - 11:00 am The Great Migration: What to Do When Everyone Is Everywhere

Nicole Sahin - Chief Executive Officer, Globalization Partners

There is no turning back. What began as the world’s largest remote work experiment is now standard practice, and quite an efficient one — data proves that remote employees are more engaged and productive. However, as working professionals free themselves from the restrictions of an office commute, a new challenge arises. Companies must be ready to adapt with dedicated resources to maintain legal compliance and relocation flexibility for employees. It is the employer’s responsibility to make sure that you’re paying employees according to the laws of the location in which they live.

Is your company ready to succeed in a world where anyone can work from anywhere?

Join Globalization Partners Founder and CEO Nicole Sahin in this conversation about the immediate challenge of ensuring compliance for your existing workforce in a remote-first world. We will cover the most relevant questions for companies seeking to work with international talent, including:

• Do the employees have the legal right to live and work in a location different from where your headquarters are?

• What does it cost to let employees keep their jobs, remote working from their new jurisdictions?

• Should your company re-assess for local compensation benchmarking?

• What if employees don’t have the legal right to work where they wish to relocate?

• How can a Global Employer of Record help you stay compliant with a remote workforce?


Nicole Sahin

Chief Executive Officer
Globalization Partners

11:00 am - 12:00 pm Use Emerging Tools to Visualise the Real-Time State of Your Workforce for More Informed Decision-Making

Priyanka Anand - Vice President and Head of HR, South East Asia, Ericsson

With the right structure, culture, processes, and technology—working remotely can boost productivity and morale and in turn, increase business success and ROI. It’s important organisations define new ways of working with digital tools by collating best practices from various teams in the company to help speed up adoption and scalability.

  • How do we measure business success now?
  • How are we going to measure performance at individual, team, and business level and how can we instil and build trust remotely to ensure teams perform?
  • How do we sustain proximity to our customers and our talent given the volatility in the market?

Priyanka Anand

Vice President and Head of HR, South East Asia