Members and guests of NYCA,
We would like to welcome you to our Spring 2020 Programming Season!
We at NYCA are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation, and despite our earlier announcement that the Friday, March 13 event was still on, we have now decided that it is in the best interest of everyone for us to cancel the in-person session. While we are disappointed, circumstances are changing rapidly and we do not wish to put our members, guests, or speakers at risk.
Our generous speakers, Steve Brink and Morgan Crosby, have agreed to conduct a tele-conference session to present their topic: Best Approaches to Paying Mobile Talent. (An incredibly timely subject given current events!) They will be taking questions during and after the session, including on the current situation as it is unfolding.
The session will be hosted at the normal time (9-10am on Friday, March 13) using GoToWebinar, and the link to register has been emailed to all members. Please check your spam folder! We are extending the invitation to this session to all of our members, so if you are working remotely, you may be able to attend even if you couldn't previously.
Thank you to all of our wonderful members for your understanding. We apologize to any we have inconvenienced, but we ultimately made the decision that we feel is best for everyone. Please stay safe, and warmest wishes from each of us on the Board.
Please join us for breakfast as we welcome Steve Brink and Morgan Crosby of AIRINC to share their knowledge about the Best Approaches for Paying Talent when they move across borders – both domestically and internationally.
Competitive compensation structures are essential to employee recruitment and retention efforts. Despite the challenges of talent acquisition and expansion into new markets, organizations must ensure they have the right talent in the right place to drive results. Increasingly, organizations are developing and sourcing talent outside the location where it is needed. At the same time, intense cost pressures and the need to gain operational efficiencies create challenges for organizations that seek to successfully attract and move talent across borders. Given global and domestic differences in pay, taxes, benefits, and living costs, attracting talent across borders can be a complex undertaking. Making an investment that is right for the business and the employee is critical to meeting recruiting objectives.
Join us as we discuss key elements of compensation and provide an understanding of the pay differentials and allowances as we move this employee domestically from Atlanta to San Francisco, and internationally from San Francisco to Singapore. In addition, we will discuss moving an executive from Singapore to London. During this session, attendees will:
- Review the impact on pay structure when moving an employee within a single country
- Understand the impact on compensation when sending an executive on international assignment
- Appreciate the concepts of different approaches to pay structured by location, assignment length and compensation base
- Recognize that more than one approach may be required to align pay with the company’s context and business goals
Morgan Crosby, Vice President Americas
Morgan leads AIRINC’s business in the Americas. She is responsible for setting business strategy, managing a team of client-facing staff and advising companies on leading mobility practices. With 20+ years of AIRINC experience, Morgan has held various roles including Research Analyst, Client Services Manager and Global Director of Advisory Services. During her tenure at AIRINC, she has traveled to over 50 countries, spoken at numerous conferences, and written several articles on current and future mobility trends. Morgan has a B.A. in International Relations from Bucknell University and a M.A. in International Relations from Boston University.
Steve Brink, President and Chief Executive Officer
Steve joined in late 2008 to help implement a new vision and growth strategy for AIRINC through optimizing product development, streamlining processes throughout the organization, and enhancing the sales and marketing function. Upon the completion of the operations excellence phase, he has been working with the AIRINC Executive Leadership team on global expansion and product innovation. Prior to joining AIRINC, Steve was the Global Leader and Worldwide Partner at Mercer responsible for its Information and Software businesses. As part of his global leadership role, he was based in Geneva, Switzerland, and has significant work experience in all regions of the globe. He is a frequent speaker on international HR issues and trends. Prior to his fourteen years at Mercer, he served as an Operations Manager at Towers Perrin, with a focus on HR software tools and global job evaluation systems. Steve has been teaching the Quantitative Analysis course at the WorldatWork organization since 1990. Steve has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.S. in Economics from the University of North Texas.