Presented By:Laura Sejen | Webcast Aired: November 19, 2008
Companies have traditionally adjusted their salaries based on domestic geography. The cost of living in Manhattan can't be compared to that in Des Moines, and thus regional expectations are disparate. But what about if you have employees performing the same job functions in Denver and Delhi, or Boston and Beijing? What are the benchmarks that you need to ensure that your employees worldwide are fairly and appropriately compensated-- especially if you are 6,000 miles away?
Join us as we look at case studies that capture the salary range and job description for unique worldwide positions in sales and marketing, IT, Its, HR, office support, banking and financial services and engineering, amongst others. We'll then turn to a real life example by a global corporation that deals with this issue on a daily basis. They'll show us the real world expectations, pitfalls and problems-and how to make your global salary expectations work for you.