Worldwide ERC® Member-Only Corporate HR Networking & Benchmarking

Worldwide ERC's® mission to bring the industries HR professionals together is highlighted by our peer-to-peer networking and benchmarking groups. Our member groups provide a platform to discuss strategy, identify and solve challenges, understand industry trends, and share knowledge with your industry colleagues.

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Sessions have been approved for one Continuing Education (CE) credit for attendees who hold the (S)CRP® or (S)GMS/(S)GMS-T® designations.  Credit will be added to your database record automatically after attending.

 

Please contact Deisy Garcia if you are not a corporate premier member and would like to attend a corporate event as a guest.

 


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USCIS Receives Record-Setting 780,000+ Registrations for 85,000 H-1B Visas in FY 2024

15 February 2024 – 1PM Eastern (US)

Managing the Structure of Immigration within Global Mobility  

Join our virtual corporate roundtable to discuss common structures and methods for handing corporate immigration programs and share insights about how you partner with and engage your stakeholders on your immigration program and its processes. Some of the questions that we will be exploring include: how do you ensure alignment with your organization’s overall talent strategy? Is immigration partially or completely outsourced to an outside counsel at your organization or managed in-house? How do you partner with HR business partners, talent acquisition teams, legal, and other internal partners to effectively facilitate the immigration process and the flow of data back and forth? How do you plan for and handle immigration-related costs within your organization, particularly during a period with the U.S. and several other governments worldwide are adjusting immigration-related fees?

 

USCIS Receives Record-Setting 780,000+ Registrations for 85,000 H-1B Visas in FY 2024

29 February 2024 – 1PM Eastern (US)

U.S. Buyer Broker Compensation Litigation & Potential Impacts on Talent Mobility  

As lawsuits involving the compensation of buyer brokers in U.S. real estate transactions continue to progress through the legal process in jurisdictions across the country, talent mobility professionals are now trying to assess what this litigation might mean not only for their organization’s mobility program but for the mobility industry overall. In this corporate roundtable, leaders from WERC’s new ad hoc group on the buyer broker compensation litigation will provide an overview of the issues surrounding the litigation, the current statuses of key cases, and the potential ramifications for the talent mobility industry. Join us for an update and conversation with your corporate peers.