Atlas personnel host industry experts on a variety of topics to make us better at what we do.
With roughly 78 million Baby Boomers at or near retirement, leadership development and succession planning will be key for the next generation of relocation professionals. Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned professional, join us for a robust discussion on the evolving demographic shift in the workplace and how it poses significant challenges for employers today. Learn strategies on how to effectively prevent “brain drain” and retain top tier talent moving forward. As leaders of global mobility programs, our panel will provide insight into this hot industry topic and how mentoring programs can positively impact organizations.
We are seeing unprecedented economic and political change around the world. Everything from BREXIT to Executive Orders. During this session we will breakdown the globe into four regions; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia Pacific (APAC), Latin America (LATAM) and North America. In each region the focus will be on current events, the impact on business and the ripple effect in the mobility arena for both U.S. Domestic Moves and Cross-Border Moves. Recommendations on how to work with company leadership around the globe and enable the mobility program to adapt quickly to a rapidly shifting landscape. Time will be allotted for questions and answers from the participants.
With a new administration and other unknowns that may impact your business and mobile talent around the world, getting a good night’s sleep is getting harder. In this interactive session you'll hear from a panel of industry and corporate experts on the latest issues from regulatory roll-backs, program compliance, global immigration, internal and external factors impacting relocation, and other disrupters sure to be game changers in 2017. Our panelists will share what they're doing to overcome challenges and plan for change. Be prepared to discuss what's keeping you up, and together we’ll discuss solutions to our challenges so we’ll all end up with a good night’s sleep!
Does the relocation process truly lend itself to a single point of contact? Is there a policy approach that truly has zero exceptions? Interact with your peers and industry experts to figure out how mobility professionals can set realistic expectations for employees during the course of their relocation. Together, we will problem-solve how to streamline the various points of contacts for a relocation and how to reduce exception requests. This myth-busting, interactive discussion will offer insight and ideas for improving communications with your corporate and vendor partners as well as your transferees.
A Forum favorite, roundtables let us share and learn from different viewpoints on topics like relocation policy administration, international relocation, alternative assignments, lump sum benefits, spouse/partner/family assistance, and reimbursement & cost coverage.
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The Atlas Forum is always fun, educational, and memorable. If you haven’t already seen last year’s highlights, check them out here: 2016 Forum Report.