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Event : ERC_CE21


Session : NRC14-13530
Worldwide ERC® Government Affairs Update
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Hank Roth Senior Counsel – Relocation SIRVA Worldwide, Inc. Independence, Ohio Presenters: Peter K. Scott Worldwide ERC® Tax Counsel Peter K. Scott Associates Sunset Beach, North Carolina Tristan North Government Relations Adviser Worldwide ERC® McLean, Virginia
  • Learn about current mobility tax and legal issues from Worldwide ERC®’s Tax Counsel and Government Affairs Advisor, including an update on what’s happening in Washington that may affect you or your business. Improve your understanding of the issues Worldwide ERC®’s Government Affairs Forums are focusing on. Ask your most pressing questions during this popular Q & A session.
  • Learner's Objectives: Gain insight into the most recent tax and legal issues in the US Access an overview of tax and legal changes impacting assignments globally Develop an awareness of the resources available for mobility professionals
  • Audience: This session will be of tremendous value to all mobility professionals.


Session : NRC14-13531
US. Real Estate Market Trends and Topics
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Vicki Hamp, CRP, SGMS Regional Relocation Director Long & Foster Real Estate Chantilly, Virginia Presenter: Maureen Campbell, CRP, SGMS Vice President, Relocation & Corporate Services Pearce Real Estate Company North Haven, Connecticut
  • Based on research compiled by industry experts, economists and the RDC membership, this session is designed to educate relocation practitioners on current real estate market conditions and their impact on employee mobility practices. The session will focus not only on national trends, but on regional and local real estate data throughout the country. You will have an opportunity to participate in round table discussions on geographic areas of specific interest to you, and determine what information you need to develop specific programs and policies for those areas. This session is specifically designed for corporate representatives, relocation management company representatives and real estate professionals.
  • Learner's Objectives: Analyze the 2013 real estate market results Explore the projections for 2014 Understand the long term trends and their impact on workforce mobility
  • Audience: This session is specifically designed for corporate representatives, relocation management company representatives and real estate professionals.


Session : NRC14-13532
Got Data? Best Protection Practices in an Age of Data Insecurity
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenters: Speakers to be confirmed
  • As data security concerns escalate globally, protection is paramount. In many areas of the relocation business professionals often collect, manage, and are charged with data protection. This often includes personally identifiable information (PII) and similar targets of hackers and identity thieves. Session attendees will derive a solid basic framework for all aspects of data security so that you can initiate or promote the initiation of an evaluation of your company’s program, processes, procedures, and technology.
  • Learner’s Objectives: Explore the parameters and criteria for initiating an evaluation of an information security program Examine the policies and procedures of launching an information security program Gain improved awareness and understanding of software, hardware and related technical aspects of an information security program for the purposes of initiating the evaluation or improvement of a program
  • Audience: Designed for corporate and government representatives and all service providers.


Session : NRC14-13533
Integrating Mobility With Your Talent Management Strategy
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Michelle Cicen, CRP, GMS Director, Global Account Management SIRVA Worldwide, Inc. Independence, Ohio Presenters: Cori Beaudet, SCRP, SGMS Senior Manager, Talent Deployment Abbott Laboratories Abbott Park, IL Ivette Rohrbach, GMS-T Senior Manager, Global Talent Mobility and Learning Grant Thornton Miami, Florida Additional speakers to be confirmed
  • Does your mobility program struggle to find an identity within your organization? Do you face challenges in getting leadership to recognize mobility as part of your company’s talent management strategy? This session will provide participants the tools to identify, design and execute a strategy to integrating mobility as part of your company’s overall talent management approach.
  • Learner’s Objectives: Understand how mobility can fit into your company’s overall talent management strategy Develop a plan for getting leadership to recognize mobility as a key component of talent mobility Learn how to execute that plan successfully and ensure that mobility continues to be recognized as part of the talent management strategy going forward.
  • Audience: Designed specifically for corporate representatives, but of interest to all attendees.


Session : NRC14-13534
How Companies Determine Cost-of-Living Adjustments from Low Cost to High Cost Areas
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Janet Vasquez, CRP, GMS HR Leader, Global Mobility MasterCard Purchase, New York Presenters: Rob Kreiling, CRP, SGMS Business Development Consultant Runzheimer International Bradenton, Florida Karen L. Molloy, CRP, GMS-T Sr. Manager, North America Relocation Services Pfizer Inc. Peapack, New Jersey Barbara W. Denson, CRP Manager, Relocation CSX Transportation Jacksonville, Florida Joyce Pugh, CRP Senior HR Consultant Allstate Insurance Company Northbrook, Illinois
  • The economy is improving and mobility is expanding again. The industry is back to dealing with cost-of-living adjustments. How are you handling this benefit? In this session you will determine who receives this option and how it is administered. Gain a unique understanding of COLA and learn how to present this to your company.
  • Learner Objectives: Gain knowledge on the cost of living assistance for domestic moves Explore cost of living provided as a payroll payout Examine cost of living provided as a mortgage subsidy
  • Audience: The session is designed for corporate representatives and relocation management company representative


Session : NRC14-13541
Critical Aspects of US Immigration/ American Culture: Mixing Bowl or Salad Bowl?
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Critical Aspects of US Immigration: Presenters: Jim Carroll, CRP, SGMS-T, GPHR Manager, Global Mobility MeadWestvaco Corporation Richmond, Virginia David P. Berry Partner Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP San Francisco, California
  • Critical Aspects of US Immigration: US immigration is a veritable alphabet soup of visa types. Increased scrutiny and the lack of substantive changes to current immigration legislation is making the world of US immigration increasingly complex. Join this session for a quick and informative overview the most commonly used visa types and the current immigration challenges facing US employers.
  • Critical Aspects of US Immigration: Learner’s Objectives: Explore the most popular visa categories Understand the current challenges associated with certain visa types and how this may affect the hiring and transferring of foreign nationals Use acquired knowledge to counsel internal stakeholders on implications of hiring or transferring employees using certain visa types.
  • American Culture: Mixing Bowl or Salad Bowl?: Presenters: Jim Carroll, CRP, SGMS-T, GPHR Manager, Global Mobility MeadWestvaco Corporation Richmond, Virginia Kendra Mirasol, GMS-T President IOR Global Services Northbrook, Illinois
  • American Culture: Mixing Bowl or Salad Bowl?: If you deal with people from other countries, it can be hard to remember the multitude of cultural nuances. Turn your perspective around and come to this session to be surprised and entertained by what you didn’t know about American culture and how you can use that awareness to be more effective in your interactions with others.
  • American Culture: Mixing Bowl or Salad Bowl?: Learner’s Objectives: Learn about key aspects of US culture that are often unknown or misunderstood Gain an awareness of and sensitivity to how important cultural differences can be To use this awareness to be more effective in dealing with people from diverse cultural backgrounds


Session : NRC14-13536
Women in Leadership – Defying Expectations
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Laura J. Henneberry, SCRP, SGMS-T Executive Vice President Morreale Real Estate Services, Inc. Glen Ellyn, Illinois Presenters: Pandra Richie, SCRP, SGMS-T President, Corporate Real Estate Services Long & Foster Companies Chantilly, Virginia Eve A. Seib, CRP President and Managing Partner OneSource Relocation Atlanta, Georgia
  • For the business woman, balancing her professional and personal lives can be extremely difficult. We are often thrown “curveballs” while we are trying to maintain equilibrium at home and at work. In this session, female executives will share what works for them balancing life as well as perspectives on their leadership styles and defining moments when they stood out, took action and achieved their goals.
  • Learner’s Objectives: Discover why self-advocacy is critical for success Gather Inspiration and practical advice that will empower you Learn how to remove the wall of frustration from your life
  • Audience: Designed for female leaders who want to be motivated and learn different ways to balance work and life and still further their careers and male leaders who want to create an environment where all employees are valued.


Session : NRC14-13537
Young Executives Unplugged
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Interact with a panel of young professionals in C-suite, business owner and critical senior positions and hear their first-hand experiences of success and failure, tips and tricks that opened other doors of opportunity, and ways to catapult your career to the top.


Session : NRC14-13538
How to Get Your Foot In the Door Without Breaking Your Toes
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Jack Jampel, CRP Senior Manager, Global Mobility Stryker Glen Mills, Pennsylvania Presenters: Johnny Haines, SCRP, SGMS-T Sr. Manager, Relocation Services Deloitte Hermitage, Tennessee Neil Heline Director of Global Mobility Fidelity Investments Durham, North Carolina Rebecca Cole, CRP Sr. Manager, Global Mobility VMware, Inc. Austin, Texas
  • Do you ever wonder why certain suppliers are selected when it appears as though your service levels are at least as good or maybe even better? What do corporate mobility managers really look for when determining who to include in RFP's ? Go inside the minds of some of these managers to better understand what makes them tick when it comes to supplier inclusion. Get tips on what to do and what not to do to so that you may better your chances in being included as a potential supplier partner.


Session : NRC14-13551
Peer2Peer Talks
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Cost Estimate and Mobility Forecasting Success at Medtronic: Presenter: Meghan Alstead, CRP, GMS Global Mobilty Consultant Medtronic, Inc. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Cost Estimate and Mobility Forecasting Success at Medtronic: Meghan Alstead, CRP, GMS, Global Mobility Consultant with Medtronic will walk us through the journey of how her company simplified its relocation cost estimation and forecast/accrual model to improve the overall relocation budget, accrual and actual cost process for several parties including business unit HR and Finance partners, Global Mobility and the RMC. She’ll share challenges prior to the change, analysis and phased implementation, as well as the results to all impacted.
  • Challenges and Achievements in GM's Lump Sum Program: Presenter: Cheryle Hammons, CRP Relocation Activities Director General Motors Company Detriot, Michigan
  • Challenges and Achievements in GM's Lump Sum Program: Cheryle Hammons, CRP, UAW General Motors, Relocation Activities Manager will share the challenges and achievements with General Motor's lump sum program over the past 20 years in the US. Show some insight to the upcoming changes for the new contract year.
  • The Impact of An Effective Candidate Application System: Presenter: Carol Armstrong, CRP, GMS Relocation Process Manager Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Savannah, Georgia
  • The Impact of An Effective Candidate Application System: More information to follow.



     


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