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Thank you to all of our presenters, sponsors and attendees for making our Virtual Road to Recovery event a success. As we continue along this journey, we are committed to bringing you the tools, information and resources to keep you up to date and moving forward. Current members and premium Learning Portal subscribers can access the recordings and slides from all 10 sessions – five Government Affairs Forum meetings, the Opening Session and the four educational sessions on strategic planning and compliance through the HR, immigration, tax and supply chain/relocation management company lenses. Hear from industry experts on the steps you can be taking now to be ready for what’s next.
As announced on 14 May, we’re also delighted to partner with Randstad NV, the Adecco Group and the ManpowerGroup on a Safely Back to Work (SB2W) collaborative initiative, contributing our expertise on global workforce mobility to help develop protocols for safely moving talent worldwide and refining corporate duty of care approaches for the globally mobile population.
Talent mobility is a crucial part of our global economic recovery and strategic business growth. As we continue along the path of recovery, there is a lot more to come. Be sure to stay with us! Not a member? Join today.
Opening Session: Getting Globally Mobile Talent Safely Back to Work in the New Normal
The global mobility industry was undergoing rapid transformation before COVID-19. While the global lockdown on the movement of people has shaken the industry to its core, getting the right talent in the right place to advance business operations and get the economy re-started is more critical than ever. Worldwide ERC® is committed to getting globally mobile talent safely back to work in the new normal. Join Lynn Shotwell and Jim Link for a discussion of what this might look like, what initiatives are being put in place to drive the conversation, and how you can drive success in applying these guidelines at your workplaces.
Lynn Shotwell, President & CEO, Worldwide ERC®
Jim Link, CHRO, Randstad
Respond, Recover, Thrive: Planning for Mobility Leaders through COVID-19
During this uncertain time, we understand mobility leaders are being asked not only to react to ever-changing global events but also to plan for the future. As companies start planning for recovery, mobility leaders play a key role in influencing corporate efforts including global workforce planning, operational model adjustments, continuity planning and supporting mobile employees through these uncertain times. How can you make an impact?
Emily Stirling, Senior Manager, Global Mobility and Talent Transformation, Deloitte Tax LLP
Edward Hannibal, GMS, Partner, Deloitte
Immigration Issues and Strategies
Chad Ellsworth, Partner, Fragomen
Parisa Karaahmet, Partner, Fragomen
Julia Onslow-Cole, Partner, Fragomen
COVID-19, Mobility, and Tax – Trends, Responses, and Next Steps
A panel of mobility tax professionals from KPMG and Bechtel Corp. discuss the tax ramifications of disruptions caused by the pandemic, how governments and employers have responded, and what the future impacts on mobility may be.
Robert Rothery, Director, Global Mobility Services, KPMG LLP
Rajiv Thadani, Principal, KPMG LLP
John Montgomery, Partner, KPMG LLP
Jill Marble, Expat Tax Manager, Jacobs
Puja Midha, Senior Manager - Global Mobility, PayPal
Road to Recovery: The Talent Mobility Perspective
Join us as we discuss the road to recovery from the perspective of the relocation management companies, clients and third-party supplier networks, including:
While no one knows exactly how long mobility will be impacted, it is certain that we will return to a brave new world of talent attraction and global mobility.
Kathryn Cassidy, President and COO, Altair Global
Jim Edwards, SVP, Global Supplier Partnerships, Altair Global
Mary Beth Nitz, SCRP, SGMS-T, VP, Global Consulting Services, Altair Global
Worldwide ERC Government Affairs ForumsThe Worldwide ERC® Government Affairs Forums met virtually as part of the Road to Recovery event. Attendees heard firsthand about the Government Affairs Forums’ coverage of COVID-19 and the latest on policy issues impacting workforce mobility, as well as through the lenses of our five core Forum focus areas.
Facilitator:Tristan North, Government Affairs Adviser, Worldwide ERC®
Nino Nelissen, Executive Mobility Group – Chair Dale Collins, Graebel Companies, Inc. – Vice Chair
Jurga McCluskey, Deloitte UK – ChairAzmina Aboobaker, Facebook – Vice Chair
Hank Roth, Dwellworks, LLC – ChairCraig Anderson, AECC – Vice Chair
Peter K. Scott, Tax Counsel, Worldwide ERC®
Walter Dannemiller, Dwellworks, LLC
Regulatory and Compliance Forum
George Powdar, Altair Global – ChairJeff Margolis, SIRVA Worldwide, Inc. – Vice Chair
Real Estate and Mortgage Forum
Jay Hershman, Baillie & Hershman – ChairPatrick McManamy, McManamy McLeod Heller – Vice ChairEric Arnold, Old Republic Relocation Services
Tine Dickey, SCRP, SGMS, Fidelity Residential Solutions
Debbie Holiday, CRP, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Sue Carey, SCRP, SGMS-T, Baird & Warner
Kevin Rich, SCRP, New World Van Lines