FedEE Global Events

HR Data Management Forum Meeting

The forum’s first workshop to review data protection developments affecting multinational employers. This meeting will consider longer term data protection trends,  the GDPR, the US-European Privacy Shield and the need for an international code of practice on background and health checks.

9.45am until 4.30pm, including lunch

Date: July 13th 2016

Location: London, UK

Cost: 245 pounds sterling (FedEE Members), 295 pounds sterling (Non Members), plus VAT (where applicable)

For more information and to sign up please see our event brochure or contact us on admin@fedee.com or by calling 00 44 (0)117 975 8612.



Going Global

A Round table exploring the financial, legal and HR challenges when setting up international operations for the first time, or expanding operations into another country.

12.00 noon to 4.30 pm (including lunch)

Location: London, UK

Date: TBA

This event is being organised jointly by The TGS Global Accountancy Network and The Federation of International Employers

Further information may be obtained from The FedEE Events Office on Admin@fedee.com or by calling 00 44 (0)117 975 8612.



Fellowship Meeting

The next Fellowship Meeting will take place on July 12th 2016. Fellowship is open to employees of corporate members of FedEE Global only. If you are not currently a Fellow but are interested in becoming one please contact us on +44 (0)117 975 8611. 

The Federation operates a programme of regular meetings so that Fellows may take a strategic perspective on developments that impact on Human Resource Management at an international level and share ideas about how to translate legislative changes and new case law into workable company policies and practices. These events have no fixed, formal agenda and all discussions are “off the record” and “in camera”. There are no notes taken,  no final resolutions or press statements and no commercial sponsors.  Academics and other subject experts may be involved, but only by special invitation.

Should a Fellow, for any reason, not be able to attend any meeting they may ask a colleague from their organisation to attend on their behalf.

Attendance at meetings should be classified as corporate training and development for expense and tax purposes and not treated as a benefit in kind. Please contact your finance department for confirmation of their status.