HOUSTON 

November 3 

AIG, 2929 Allen Parkway- 13th floor

Time: 9 check-in – 3:30 adjourn

Click to register  ..only $123 (single seat) or only $99/seat if multiple seats purchased

Corporate Policy Roundtable:

FUTURE OF WORK …how disruptions are now and will be impacting companies

ReDesign Mobility for the new workforce;

GEO-Strategy for managing globally mobile talent;

Mobility strategy & tactics impact company financial performance;

Career-pathing thru mobility industry…and, would you tell your child to become a mobility professional…what would you tell them to study in school/college in order to get ahead in the mobility profession?

… Customer Experience: hi-tech and hi-touch

 Getting back to human connections in the midst of change/disruption  

EDUCATION  PROGRAM

9, check-in desk opens, refreshments


9:45, Moderator’s intros & purpose

Ed Cohen, Publisher – Global HR Business, Global Relocation News

Broadcast Host – Global Radio Talkshow


10:15-11:15,  Getting back to HUMAN…   discussing the disruptive forces driving changes in employment and the workforce in general. We will review the primary levers impacting the future of work and how organizations are using these levers to advance their workforce into the digital age

Stacy Arent, Partner, EY


Jay Stemberg is a Principal in our People Advisory Services practice, Tax Services, EY Houston.

Jay is a global technology leader.  Jay has 30 years of experience in the leading international expatriate engagements and delivery of Human Capital services to global clients.  He has vast experience in developing processes and technologies to improve overall efficiencies in connection with expatriate program management and the global tax compliance process.

Jay’s most recent focus has been on re-engineering projects to improve process efficiencies and workflow, specifically in the fields of payroll processing, general ledger and accounting, tracking and reporting short-term business travelers, and developing strategies to mitigate the effects on individual and corporate tax filing obligations. Jay has a Master of Business Administration, Master in Accounting, and a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is an IRS enrolled agent.


11:15 – 12:15,

INNOVATION in EXPENSE MANAGEMENT

Shawn Sweeney, VP, ORION Mobility


12:15, LUNCH  table discussions


1 – 1:30, keynote

Motivating the new workforce and …the rest of us

www.bitchtobeach.com

“H” …Hrvoje Crnecki  |  Director – Global Business Development
Paragon Global Resources


1:30, BREAK


1:45- 3:30,  thought-leaders + audience interaction

CORPORATE POLICY ROUNDTABLE

ReDesign Mobility for the new workforce;

GEO-Strategy for managing globally mobile talent;

Mobility strategy & tactics impact company financial performance;

Career-pathing thru mobility industry…and, would you tell your child to become a mobility professional…what would you tell them to study in school/college in order to get ahead in the mobility profession?

… Customer Experience: hi-tech and hi-touch

Moderator: Ed Cohen, Broadcast Host of GlobalRadioTalkshow

Publisher of https://www.globalbusinessnews.net


Thought-leadership will include…

Jennifer Mannis, Manager – International HR Center of Excellence, 

Halliburton


Lauren Urreiztieta, Sr Operations Manager-Americas, CB&I


Lisa Mulholland, Senior Director, International Human Resources, Employee Mobility, CB&I


Greg Donovan, HHG Operations


Evgenia Rozenfeld, PHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP; 

Outpost USA Manager, SHELL


Jodi Simasingh, Director of Sales, AIG Travel


Jenny Midyat,

Director Total Rewards and Global Mobility,  

Parker Drilling Company


Sharon Abston Pfeffer, GMS,

Sr. Client Strategist at Switchplace


Harvinder Freeman,

Senior Human Resources and Global Mobility Professional,

Pinnacle Advanced Reliability Technologies (PinnacleART)


Michelle Velasquez, GMS, CCHP

Corporate Housing National Client Services Director – Preferred Corporate Housing


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)