9:45, Check-in opens …coffee & refreshments
10:15, Program starts- Moderator’s Welcome and Introductions
10:45 – 12:15, Opening session… Global Business, Global HR, Global Mobility
+ Discussion panel / audience
12:15 – 1:30, Lunch + special announcement from Greater Phoenix Economic Development
1:30 – 1:50, BREAK
1:50 – 2:20, “New Workforce” by Trina Scott, Director- Diversity & Inclusion- Quicken Loans
2:30 – 3:45, E Y presents … Tax Law Update, Concur Update, and ‘Future Trends’
3:45, Adjourn … Reception
9:45, CHECK-IN OPENS, COFFEE & REFRESHMENTS
10:15, PROGRAM BEGINS
Moderator’s Remarks and Delegate Introductions
Ed Cohen, Content Developer & Moderator
10:45 – 12:15,
Opening keynote workshop
… talk followed by panel and audience discussion
Aligning with the global business to add support; get to a measurable ROI.
International HR policy, global mobility reality-check; making it work better
As an integral part of the keynote, this session will include panel/commentators about trends, the new social workforce and social workplace, company culture, and the business value of customer experience.
MR THOMAS FUEGNER
International Human Resources Consultant
From the “petroleum purgatory” of Abu Dhabi’s Das Island to the iconic skylines of Hong Kong and Singapore, Tom’s career spans nearly four decades and touches five continents.
An HR executive with three global leaders in the engineering/construction industry, Tom has lead HR operations on major construction projects in the Middle East and North Africa, directed regional HR strategy and operations across Asia Pacific, and held key HR management positions in the U.S.
Tom was our recent VIP guest INTERVIEW; you are invited to prepare for the January 18th event… tune-into the radio talkshow, click http://bit.ly/2D8lgfA
Graduate, Loyola University New Orleans, and, Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Tom has served on the following boards and committees:
The Conference Board’s Asia Pacific Human Resources Council
National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) Expatriate Management and International Compensation Committees
CARTUS Mobility Global Advisory Board
Tom, with his wife Sasiriporn and son Kaprao, live in the shadows of Pinnacle Peak
Panel / Commentators… will include
Mark Bradley, HR Leader,
Precision Technologies / Benchmark Electronics
Mark Bradley is an experienced Human Resources professional specializing in Talent Acquisition, HR management responsibilities, Global Mobility.
Mark is a strategic partner with internal executives to effectively find cost effective, strategic solutions to accomplish global business needs.
Functionally, Mark Bradley provides support for Compliance, Recruitment, Employee Relations, Benefits/Compensation, Training, Employee Development, Performance Management, Succession-planning, and Environmental Management. Supporting operations in AZ, CA, and Guaymas MX.
Amanda Rakofsky, CRP, GMS
Vice-President, Client Development
Tim Rambo, CRP, GMS
Director, Business Development- Western Region
The MI Group
Kelly Lynn Rabbitts, CRP, Account Manager,
Eric Reed, SCRP, SGMS; Global Account Manager
12:15 – 1:30, LUNCH
+ special announcement from
1:15 – 1:50, BREAK
1:50 – 2:20
AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
D & I GOALS:
- Inclusive environment
- Recruit and develop diverse teams
- Cultivate diverse and inclusive leadership team
- Attract diverse top talent
- Engage and retain team members
- Community engagement
- Supplier diversity
ABOUT TRINA SCOTT:
A native Detroiter, Trina is passionate about her community and feels a sense of responsibility to provide under-served young people with the resources needed to flourish personally and professionally.
Prior to Quicken Loans, Trina worked at a public accounting firm for 10 years in several positions within consulting, human resources and corporate social responsibility. She developed the diversity and inclusion focus for company locations in Detroit, Toledo, and Grand Rapids.
Trina graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Oakland University. She was a scholar-athlete and competed on the women’s basketball team. In her free time, Trina enjoys spending time with her family and friends and giving back to the community.
2:25 – 3:45, EY keynotes on
- Tax Laws impacting employee mobility
- Deal with CONCUR and what it means
- Trends 2020 HUMAN FACTORS …social workforce … social workplace … tech/robots/A I
Executive Director, People Advisory Services
E Y (Ernst & Young, LLP)
US Tax Deduction:
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)
For more info, contact Ed Cohen- conference developer & moderator: