This panel will discuss how new immigration regulations across the globe will impact organizations with a presence in multiple countries. The changing immigration regime in the U.S. also has an operational impact on U.S. companies doing business abroad. This environment requires companies to manage their global mobility needs and keep abreast of policy shifts and protectionist regimes. Our panel will address key topics of:
- Business impact – Analyzing effects, caused by the shift in global sentiment to “closed markets or protectionism,” including on your mobility program
- Movement of talent globally – How to efficiently transfer talent in the context of the disruption presented by contingent workers in a country
- Confidence – How confident are you in your company’s personnel, mobility systems and data to manage risk and optimize decision-making?
- Measurements – What tools to use in determining outcomes of a mobility program (aligning skills and capabilities, outbound market development, diversity of personnel/experience)
One N. Wacker Dr., Suite 4400, Chicago, IL 60606
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
8:30 A.M. (Central)
9:00 - 11:30 A.M.
Mercedes Badia-Tavas: Of Counsel, Barnes & Thornburg
Poorvi Chothani: Managing Partner, LawQuest
Jane Carroll: Intermezzo Business, Migration Solutions
2.5 Hours of CLE Credits Pending
2.5 Hours of HRCI Credits Approved
This program is offered compliments of Barnes & Thornburg's Labor and Employment Law Practice Group.