Mobility Master Class
Join us for a 3-part Mobility Master Class series with renowned industry expert, and Benivo Strategy Council member, Eric Halverson.
This series will review case studies to illustrate topics and present real-life situations for the purpose of issue identification and the evaluation of various possible solutions.
Special attention will be given on the identification and discussion of the deeper, more complex problems that arise in administering a global mobility program in the corporate environment such as managing competing in-house objectives, practical needs that press against compliance requirements, cost reduction at the risk of compromising standards, and more.
- The World of Global Mobility: Corporate objectives, Employee expectations, Relocation, Tax, Immigration, External Vendors
- Organizing and building the Global Mobility Department: Objectives and Realities
- Corporate Internal Partners: understanding competing objectives, the mobility impact on other in-house functions, and the making of functional Champions
- External Partners: Friend or foe? Selecting and managing
- Technology: Where are we?
- Risk management and Compliance: Getting the job done in a world that won't let you
Who should attend?
Corporate global mobility professionals with intermediate to advanced knowledge of global mobility issues and practices gained through actual in-house corporate experience. (New and beginning level professionals are also welcome to attend, but as we will be assuming each participant already has a basic level of knowledge and experience, we will not endeavor to provide an "introduction to" or basic training on the elementary foundations of global mobility.)
Part 2: November 22, 2002 - 11:00 am Pacific
Part 3: December 15, 2022 - 11:00 am Pacific
Register today to reserve your seat. Space is limited. Shortly after registration you will receive details on how to join the class.
CRP and GMS credits will be provided.
About Eric Halverson
Eric has been a leader in the Global Mobility industry for over 25 years. Serving 16+ years as Global Mobility Director for eBay Inc, he grew to be a regional leader in US Domestic & International Relocation, International Human Resources, Global Immigration, and US Domestic & International Taxation.
Joining an emerging and mostly US based eBay in 2003, he designed and implemented a mobility program that would scale to meet the needs of its fast growing domestic and international business and employee population and which soon became a model for many other companies in the SF Bay Area.