September 25, CHICAGO

Date: Monday, September 25 at WELLS FARGO, 10 South Wacker, Chicago 60606. Scroll-down, see the higher education scope/depth/quality and sign-up. For personal service, text/call (+1) 619.787.3100

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)

Introducing your distinguished faculty …

Host sponsored by 

WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE 

 

Agenda…

DEVELOPING TALENT from within the

NEW GLOBAL WORKFORCE 

Learning new ways to
UPSKILL & RESKILL

your ‘mobile talent’ business IQ


9:30,  Check-in desk opens… Coffee and meet/greet

Sponsor tables open


10,  Moderator’s Welcome Remarks and Delegate Intros

Ed Cohen, Content Developer and Moderator

 


10:30 – 11:10, 

Let’s think about…

Business Travel 

Long-term Assignments… and,  

Women on International Assignment

 

Cathy Heyne, Living Abroad – Managing Director

Michael Cadden, MBA, SGMS-T, Living Abroad-  Managing Director

 




11:15 – 12:30, Keynote session

Global Talent: Winning the “battle”

How companies are recruiting and retaining top global talent and maintaining a globally mobile and diverse workforce at a time of unprecedented compliance and scrutiny of foreign workers

Leader:

Michael Turansick, Partner,

Fragomen Worldwide

 

Session outline

1.  Introduction: Global Mobility Trends
2.  Key Global Immigration Policy Initiatives
o  U.S. Compliance Initiatives and Proposals
o  U.K and EU Immigration Post BREXIT
o  Australia, Canada, China(?), Qatar(?)
3.  Increased Immigration Compliance and Business Travelers
4.  Best Practice Recommendations
Michael F. Turansick   (Moderator)
       Panelists
Christian Dallman, Attorney, Fragomen

Garrett Pappas, Client Services Manager, Fragomen Global

Jennifer Splinter, Visa/Immigration (V&I), Grant Thornton LLP

Mia Huddleston, MBA, SPHR, CRP, Executive Director, Global Assignment & Relocation Services,
JP MorganChase & Co

Jennifer Shapiro, Executive Director & Assistant General Counsel,
JP MorganChase & Co



12:30 – 1:20,  WORKING LUNCH  




1:20 – 1:40,  WHAT DOES COMPLIANCE LOOK LIKE TODAY?

Described by Dublin-based, Mr Liam Brennan

Managing Director- GT Global Tracker





1:40 – 2:10,  BREAK

    




2:10  – 6,    TALK SHOW

Moderator: Ed Cohen, Publisher- INTERVIEW and GLOBALHRnews 

http://www.GlobalBusinessNews.net

DEVELOPING TALENT

from within the

NEW GLOBAL WORKFORCE  


Manuel Cuevas-Trisán, Motorola Solutions

Corporate Vice President

Head of Human Resources, Employment Law , Data Protection

 


Let’s think about…

Training the Globally-Mobile workforce: the simple rules of maximizing your company investment

Elena Mosko: Founder & CEO, Globiana Inc

Johannes Klemeyer: President, Globiana Inc

 

Globiana helps the global workforce turn the time abroad into a time of growth.

Globiana provides intercultural transition support for a globally mobile workforce. Our services help develop culturally competent global teams and ensure a positive relocation experience for the international assignees resulting in improved Global Mobility ROI. Company’s network of more than 400 trainers spans 140 countries. The hi-touch cloud platform offers tech-enabled training, need-based coaching and premium multi-media learning resources for today’s global employee. We work with any budget, in any market and provide a scalable solution that can support a program with a single international assignee to an enterprise-wide initiative.


Managing international/cross-border talent

Ann Ellis, MauveGroup.com, Founder & CEO

 



Christopher Chalk, Siemens Corporation

Global Mobility Manager, Foreign Local Hire Manager, Tax Process and Applications Partner

 

 


Becky Thomas, CCP, BE GREATER Consulting

Millennial Expert & Speaker; NextGen Leadership Development for Individuals & Teams. Personal Branding and Career Coach creating a culture for high-performance

 


Paul Reiman, Commvault

Head of HR & Operations.

  Robots & HR



Let’s think about…

SECURITY of EMPLOYEES and CORPORATE PREPAREDNESS

John L. Makowski

Makowski Global Security Solutions, LLC is an International Risk Management, Loss Prevention and Security Consultancy.

 



…and now let’s think about… 

Expert relocation / mobility services …

and meeting expectations

Maria Sweeney, Vice-President – Wells Fargo Home Mortgage


John Zilka, NRI Relocation 

President

 

 


Susan Myers, ALTAIR GLOBAL

Vice President, Global Financial Services


 Dean Rischitelli, Weichert Workforce Mobility

Vice President of Business Development 

 



additional thought-leaders will be announced very soon



6pm,  Drinks…

INTERNATIONAL  RECEPTION
welcoming 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)