More great FEM Americas Summit speakers announced

Meet these industry leaders at our unmissable event!
More great FEM Americas Summit speakers announced

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More leaders, innovators and experts have been added to our Speakers' profiles and Agenda pages. 

Find out who you can engage with during information-packed sessions and invaluable networking opportunities at FEM's two-day event at The Warwick Melrose in Dallas - May 22 & 23. 

Register to join them here

Meet our speakers here

These are just some of our speakers from organizations including: BAL, Blue Yonder, CBRE, Cognizant, EIG, Equus Software, EY, Fluor, FM Global, Fragomen, Halliburton, HPE, KPMG, LyondellBasell, Mercer, Microsoft, Moffitt Services, Mohawk Industries, PagerDuty, Preferred Corporate Housing, Relocity, Stay3Sixty, Synergy Global Housing, Talent Beyond Boundaries, The Mosaic Company, The University of Texas at Dallas, Vialto Partners, Weichert Workforce Mobility and Wood.

Along with our Summit Chair, FEM's Global Director, Claire Tennant-Scull of course!

Here are some of the sessions where we’ll explore all the essential topics:

Global Mobility on the Ground in The Americas
Back to Basics: Immigration, Tax and Compliance in 2024
Empowering Flexibility for Business & Employees Amid Rising Costs
Igniting Organizational Evolution
Digital Transformation in Talent Mobility: A Journey with Microsoft & EY
Navigating Global Mobility with Mindfulness
Bridging the Talent Gap – Are Your Policies in Need of an Update?
Embracing the New – Technology and Transformation
The AI Advantage: Technology Supporting the Future of Mobility
Nonimmigrant Visa Strategies in Light of H-1B Rule Changes
Cost Management and Employee Satisfaction in Global Mobility Programs
Building an Award-winning Team
Managing Risk in Central and South America
Alternative Talent Pipelines
Permanent Pathways: Innovative Approaches to Green Cards

Plus, we’ll be asking:
Is It Time to Rethink Global Mobility?

And after it’s amazingly popular launch last year, YOU will have the chance to vote again in this year’s

Global Mobility Student Case Competition in association with The University of Texas at Dallas

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