CHICAGO UPSKILL GlobalBusinessIQ™ … accelerating development of the new workforce via performance-monitored ‘strategic mobility assignments’ in order to add measurable value to the business™… presented in association with WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE at 10 South Wacker

AGENDA

9:30,

CHECK-IN DESK OPENS

Coffee and meet/greet

Sponsor tables open


10:15 – 10:45,

MODERATOR’S WELCOMEEd Cohen, Content Developer

INTRODUCING THE DELEGATES


10:45 – 11:15, Opening keynote

WELLS FARGO

Maria Sweeney, Vice-President, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

additional thought-leaders will be announced


11:15 – 12:15, Keynote plus panel/audience discussion

IMMIGRATION, MOBILE TALENT, and COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENTS

Michael Turansick, Partner, Fragomen Worldwide

… corporate commentators will be announced soon


12:15 – 1,

LUNCH  

table talks


1, BREAK


1:15 – 2:30,

CORPORATE MOBILITY  ISSUES; Single point of contact? Re-Pay Agreements? Expectations of RMCs, of DSPs , and Expectations of the Corporate Stakeholders 

Moderator: Ed Cohen, Publisher- GlobalBusinessNews.net

Panelists will include Corporate Practitioners and subject experts, including…

John Zilka, President, NRI Relocation

 


Dean Rischitelli, Vice President of Business Development, Weichert Workforce Mobility



2:30 – 5,  

IQ …Talk Show

Moderator: Ed Cohen, Publisher- GlobalBusinessNews.net

STRATEGIC APPLICATIONS of TECHNOLOGY & ROBOTS, SECURITY RISKs & GLOBAL TALENT MOBILITY:

Acquisition of Diverse Populations, Engagement & Experiences, Assignment, Skillsets & Mindset, Retention > Human Capital Development = ROI

 

2:30 – 3,  Manuel Cuevas-Trisán,

Corporate Vice President, Head of Human Resources, Employment Law & Data Protection at Motorola Solutions


3 – 3:30,  John L. MakowskiMakowski Global Security Solutions, LLC is an International Risk Management, Loss Prevention and Security Consultancy. 

With over 30 years in the Security Profession, including several years with BRIGGS & STRATTON, working in various areas such as retail, human resources, nuclear power, international, special events and manufacturing.  We have valuable international experience in areas such as due diligence, investigation, travel security, medical assistance, C-TPAT, facility design, and more. The firm has extensive experience in managing troubled employees, uncomfortable communications and workplace violence.  In addition the firm has similar experience in Crisis Management, by both managing and preparing for a crisis by providing effective and scenario based training. This business focuses on adding value to organizations by providing personal and professional consulting services, and by focusing on the safety and the security of client organizations where ever they are in the world.


3:30 -4,  Diane Alexander, Principal HR Consultant, DJA Enterprises and National Association of African Americans in HR, Chicago immediate past-President NAAAHR. Specializing in M & A  Talent Management specializing in Change / Organizational Development / HRIS.


4 – 4:30,  Becky Thomas, PCC Next Generation Coach, Be Connected Consulting


4:30 – 5,   Paul Reiman, Head of HR & Operations, Commvault. He will talk about “Robots & HR”. Commvault’s data protection and information management solutions help companies protect, access and use all of the their data, anywhere and anytime as a powerful strategic asset.  Paul Reiman is a senior human resources leader with diverse experience across content areas. He has extensive knowledge of rewards and resource management strategies across industries and employee populations.   Specialties: Compensation Benchmarking, Broad-Based Compensation, Employee Incentives, Performance Management, Organization Design, Global Benefit Strategy, US Healthcare Plan Transformation, Sales Force Sizing, Sales Compensation Design, Quota Setting, Product and Service Innovation, Product Management, HR Analytics, Spreadsheet Modeling, Scenario-Based Analysis, Managing Large Datasets for Analysis, HRIS, HR Technology, HR Team Transformation, Workday



5,

INTERNATIONAL  RECEPTION  welcoming the global delegates to WERC



US Tax Deduction for Continuing Professional Education:
A US income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging, undertaken to maintain or improve skills (Treasury Reg 1.1662-5; Coughlin v. Commissioner Internal Revenue, 203 F2d 307, 2d Circuit 1953)