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Event : ERC_CE26

Session : NRC15-14034A
Game Changers: The Future of Real Estate
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Kathy Connelly, SCRP, Senior Vice President, Corporate Services, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Georgia Properties Presenters: Pam O’Connor, SCRP, President & CEO, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World Earl Lee, Senior Vice President, HSF Affiliates, LLC Budge Huskey, President & CEO, Coldwell Banker
  • Visionary leaders of the real estate industry will share threats and opportunities that will shape the future of real estate and explore the impact on the relocation industry. From predictive analytics to Yelp for real estate agents, you won’t want to miss this glimpse into the future and prepare for the changing horizon. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Discover the consumer behavior and regulatory impacts that are driving change Understand how to prepare and adapt to the new normal Explore the impact of future changes on service delivery and the relocation industry

Session : NRC15-14038A
Executives Unplugged – Flipped!
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Ryan Watroba, Director of Relocation & Business Development, Coldwell Banker Prime Properties Presenters: Joe Benevides, SCRP, Senior Vice President, Global Services, Plus Relocation Services, Inc. Nancy Harmann, CRP, SGMS, Director, Relocation & Business Development, Gardner, Realtors Matt Spinolo, SCRP, SGMS, Executive Vice President, Cartus
  • Interact with a panel of C-suite, business owner and senior executives as they are interviewed by a rising young professional. Hear their first-hand experiences of success and failure, strategies for recognizing and opening as many doors of opportunity as possible, and ways to catapult your career to the top. Audience: All industry professionals, both experienced and new to the industry.
  • Learning Objectives: Gather tips on managing your career Learn how to be a “player” in the industry Discover how young professionals are impacting organizations and business models

Session : NRC15-14041A
Succession Planning For the Millennials - And All The Rest of Us
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Susan Schneider, SCRP, GMS, President, Plus Relocation Services, Inc. Presenters: Ginger Merrick, SCRP, SGMS, Partner, Global Mobility Accelerated Solutions Allie Thomas, Director Business Development, Relocation, Corporate Services Divisions, Wilkinson ERA Jennifer Anglehart, Global Manager Talent Acquisition, B/E Aerospace Tim James, Senior Director Talent Acquisition and Compliance, Tesoro Companies, Inc.
  • What does the next generation of leaders look like for our industry? This session will explore the three major generations currently in the workforce and will help you review and assess the current workforce within your company, and what will be needed to retain employees as more and more Boomers think about retirement.
  • Learning Objectives: From the Boomer Perspective: understand what specific plans are in place to fill their positions From the Millennial/YP40 Perspective: discuss what programs and benefits would entice them to be engaged and stay with firms From the Recruiting Perspective: discover topics that need to be addressed during the interview process including unique characteristics for future leaders

Session : NRC15-14042A
Understanding Housing Markets: What's Ahead?
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenter: Selma Hepp, Senior Economist, California Association of REALTORS®
  • This presentation will discuss the existing macroeconomic trends, employment trends, and policies driving current economic conditions. The presentation will also delve into demographic changes driving housing demand, explain current housing market conditions and how price changes and mortgage finance environment is impacting housing affordability.
  • Learning Objectives: Explore the housing market forecast Discover recent consumer survey data

Session : NRC15-14047A
The Future of Renter Assistance
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Franz Gilbert, Human Capital Planning Manager, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Presenters: Andrew Horvath, CRP, GMS, Vice President, Destination Services, Dwellworks Joyce Pugh, CRP, Sr. Human Resource Consultant, Allstate Insurance Company Janet Schaefer, SCRP, GMS, Sr. Vice President, Client Services, Altair Global Relocation
  • US rental housing markets continue to evolve as renter populations have grown. Learn what forces continue to influence rental housing markets and explore the challenges that renters face as we discuss strategies for improving assistance to Renters. Level: Intermediate
  • Learning Objectives: Learn how the servicing models are changing due to renter changes Learn how policies and company culture may need to change due to the growing renter population Discover the demographic shifts occurring in the United States and how that is impacting homeownership

Session : NRC15-14051A
The Fee Squeeze Puzzle
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Kathy Connelly, SCRP, Senior Vice President, Corporate Services, Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Georgia Properties Presenters: Jo Lay, SCRP, SGMS, Vice President, Relocation Services, Baird and Warner Real Estate Rob Johnson, SCRP, SGMS-T, Vice President, Client Services, Altair Global Kevin Rich, SCRP, Executive Vice President, Global Business, New World Van Lines Jon Dudley, Senior Manager Category Procurement, Abbott Laboratories
  • Are you feeling the squeeze? Industry leaders share their perspective on the continued pressures of cost cutting, rising referral fees, increased demands and the impact of the fee squeeze on service. Understand the realities and consequences of escalating fees in our industry. See the view through the corporate, RMC, HHG and real estate lenses. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Educate stakeholders involved in the unintended consequences of rising costs and higher demands Discuss the impact on service delivery to the end users and for the service provider in the trenches Explore solutions and alternatives

Session : NRC15-14052A
U.S. Real Estate Trends and Topics
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Carol A. Kelly, SCRP, SGMS-T, Senior Vice President, The Corcoran Group Presenters: Tonya Hamilton, SCRP, GMS, Vice President, Relocation & Business Development, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Woodmont Realty Kate Santo Reisinger, CRP, Relocation Director, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Betsy Roche, CRP, Vice President, Broker Network Services, Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. Gayle Glew , CRP, Director Relocation and Corporate Services, First Team Real Estate
  • Hear from RDC regional representatives, who will give you an overview of 2015 real estate and economic indicators. This session will cover a recap of 2014’s real estate results and projections for 2015 in terms of real estate price trends, mortgage trends, consumer confidence, inventory/absorption rate, foreclosure/ shadow inventory. Hear from regional representatives about trends in key cities in their regions and the impact of these trends on workforce mobility. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Gain a higher level of knowledge on the impact of real estate on the relocating population Gather data that will be beneficial in your day-to-day operations Explore how this information will be helpful in implementing and updating relocation policies

Session : NRC15-14053A
Lump Sum Programs Are Here to Stay ... Let's Enhance Them
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Cheryle Hammons, CRP, Relocation Activities Manager, UAW – General Motors Presenters: Kelley Craven, CRP, Relocation Specialist, Kellogg Company Kim Cunningham, President, One Point Solutions, LLC Patty Chambers, Director of Client Services, Brookfield Global Relocation Services
  • Past lump sum sessions have discussed policy design, allocation calculations, who should/could use lump sum programs, and their advantages and disadvantages. This session assumes that you have a policy in place. Now, how can you make it work best for your organization and your transferees? The key issues: Are you missing critical steps in your initiation process? What are some of the creative innovations that will help you manage your program? How should your transferees access services - high-tech, high touch, or something in between? What are the realities of the current lump sum environment? How can you effect meaningful change, and produce a program that is a win-win for all parties, which will ultimately determine the success of your program? Get high marks from your leadership and transferees when you incorporate this approach and use these techniques!
  • Learning Objectives: Discover the tax implications of lump sum programs Explore the calculations used by companies to arrive at lump sum amounts Investigate ideas on how to help the transferring employee make good use of their lump sum distribution.

Session : NRC15-14054A
Domestic Temporary Assignments - What You Don't Know and Thought You Did
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenters: David Oltman, CRP, Chief Compliance Officer, Ineo Relo Technologies Mary Beth Nitz, CRP, SGMS, Director Client Solutions, Altair Global Patti Holey, CRP, Relocation Program Advisor, Wells Fargo & Company
  • This session will not only provide a refresher on defining DTAs, it will provide basic guidelines for assignments from 2 to 18 months in duration. Participants will leave with a better understanding of tax implications caused by short-term assignments.
  • Learning Objectives: Define U.S. domestic short-term assignments Discuss how to structure policy considerations Learn how to better understand tax ramifications

Session : NRC15-14057A
From Millennial to Boomer – The Issues Facing Sandwich Generations in a Global, Mobile World
Conference : Package No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Maureen Campbell, President, Pearce Plus Relocation & Senior Services Presenters: Joyce Pugh, CRP, Senior Human Resources Consultant, Allstate Insurance Company Lori Bitter, Marketing & Development Consultant, The Business of Aging Jill McNamara, MSW, LICSW, Care Advisor, Jill Weir-McLean, Senior Law Clerk (and Sandwich Generation Member), Fleischer & Kochberg Professional Corporation
  • As the world becomes more global and our population becomes more mobile, the issues of “Sandwich Generations” become more complex. This session will give food for thought on the ways an aging demographic and increased longevity will impact the future workforce. With two of the world’s largest populations, Boomers & Millennials, now in the workforce, this issue will hit us like a tsunami! Listen to the insights and outlooks of experts who study age demographics. Hear about EAP programs that are being created to address these issues. Discover resources that will be available to your employees and their elderly parents. Prepare for the future!
  • Learning Objectives: Become aware of future projections and the impact of age demographics Consider whether employers should be proactive in addressing these issues Learn about available resources and new trends in this area


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