Houston – November 3

Upskilling the New Workforce for Accelerated Development via mobility Assignments

Tech Impact on Engagement and mobility  

Building Resilience in Your People / Org

Next Crisis management …workplace / biz travel  safety & communications™ 

AIG conference center, 2727 Allen Parkway


Learning new ways to be RESILIENT 

RE-SKILL and UP-SKILL your business IQ™ 


 


Announcing: EY will be Education sponsor and will conduct two sessions… details to be announced soon.

EY    

Mr Patrick Landers, Partner with EY, is responsible for serving clients across a broad continuum of services leading high-performing teams that provide the interconnected competencies and insight required to address broad business issues and minimize risk.

With more than 10,000 PAS professionals operating in over 76 countries, our global team advises many of the world’s largest employers — as well as those venturing abroad for the first time.

EY exceptional client service helps manage HR compliance and risk. By focusing on the people agenda, an integral part of business strategy, EY helps our clients improve their business in the rapidly evolving and competitive global economy and realize sustainable economic growth.

Recent client projects include managing global tax compliance, benchmarking global mobility policies, reviewing global payroll processes and transactions, global human resource system integration, and US inbound company assistance.

 


Higher Education conference being developed by

Ed Cohen, Publisher of GLOBAL HR Business and GLOBALBusinessnews.net  

cosponsored by

AIG, EY, Cara Butler of Going-There, Debi Dault of Kinetics, and Greg Donovan of Atlas World Group


For registration info, please scroll-down.

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)