Time to register for our next NYC FEM Chapter Meeting on September 27!
Hosts Living Abroad and KPMG are pleased to announce our next Forum for Expatriate Management NYC Chapter Meeting on Thursday morning, September 27.
This meeting will be a breakfast meeting. Come join us and connect with industry friends.
The "New Expat"
Thursday, September 27
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Program
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154
Emily Abrams – World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. – Manager, Global Mobility & Immigration
Hannah Wagner – KPMG – Senior Associate, Global Mobility Services
Becky Woods – ADP - Director, Global Mobility
According to the 2018 Atlas Van Lines Corporate Relocation Survey of 435 corporate relocation professionals, 38% of all companies expect their international relocation volume to increase, 41% expect relocations to stay the same, and only 20% expect relocations to decrease. In addition, there has been a steady rise in international business travel.
Millennials are now making up a large portion of international relocations and global business travel. Flexible short assignments are replacing long-term relocation. Millennial employees can fill skills gaps around the world. Assignments of less than 12 months are growing, as is the business travel population.
What are some of the habits of these “new expats” and global business travelers and what has changed?
Our panel will discuss and share some of the new phenomena happening in mobility, how programs are changing, and how we relocate and travel in new ways. Learn how an entertainment company deals with tough visa requirements in some countries. You'll also hear the perspective of a younger colleague who recently returned from a short-term assignment in India.
As with all of our networking events, our New York meetings are free to all in-house Global Mobility professionals and Professional Association personnel. Service providers who are paid members of the FEM can attend for $150.
To register for September 27, click here!
For further information, please contact Cathy Heyne at email@example.com or +220.127.116.117.
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