September 25, 2014

Join Cartus at the Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium

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Join Cartus at the Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium

We hope to see you at the Worldwide ERC® 2014 Global Workforce Symposium from October 8-10 in Chicago. Cartus is once again sponsoring this event, which provides opportunities to participate in leading-edge educational sessions, including Tech Talk – How Technology is Changing the Industry, moderated by Matt Spinolo, Cartus Executive Vice President of Global Client Services.

Additional workshops include:

• Cost Efficiency University

• Peer2Peer Talks Based on Corporate Case Studies

• Cracking the Localization Code

• How to Make the Global Mobility Process More Efficient

• Achieving Compliance in a Multi-Payroll World

• To Sell or Not to Sell? To Buy or Not to Buy? These Are the Questions!

• Worldwide ERC® Government Affairs Update

• Handle with Care: Supporting Your VIP Employees

• Hands-On Solutions Session—the Chance to Discuss Solutions to Critical Challenges

• Current Tax Matters: International Taxation and U.S. Taxation

• Coming to America: Destination Services Options for Incoming Foreign Nationals

Worldwide ERC® will again be offering complimentary registration to all first-time corporate HR attendees, as well as to corporate HR professionals who have not attended the GWS in the past three years. Don’t delay, though; limited space has been reserved for these special complimentary registrations. For more information about the meeting, please visit the Global Workforce Symposium website.

While in Chicago, stop by booth 310/312 to pick up a pedometer, compete with your colleagues to win an iPad mini, and explore new possibilities in relocation programs. We look forward to seeing you next week.

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Landa is a director on Cartus’ Marketing team. With nearly 20 years of relocation experience, Landa is focused on streamlined communications, social media efforts, and event management.

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