Atlanta | Baltimore Washington | Beijing | Belgium | Boston | Brisbane
Chicago | Connecticut | Dallas/Fort Worth | Denmark | Denver |Germany
Florida | Houston | Hong Kong | Istanbul | ISRAEL/Tel Aviv | Kansas City
London | Melbourne | Michigan | Middle East | Minneapolis | Mumbai | Netherlands
New Jersey | New York | Paris | Perth | Singapore | Shanghai | Spain
Southern California | South West England | Sydney
Switzerland | Thames Valley | Vancouver
The Forum for Expatriate Management Denver Chapter serves the greater Denver area. The Denver Chapter is headed by Julie Barnes of GS3 – Global Single Source Solution. To find out more information about the Chapter please contact Brett via email: email@example.com .
7th March - Global Talent Management: Expatriate and Organizational Development
As emerging markets continue to cause corporations, industries and organization to reshape how they do business, global mobility and its connection to talent management remain at the top of the agenda of those entities. Consulting companies like PWC, Mercer and Deloitte are spending considerable time, energy and effort surveying their customers to identify the best practices and benchmarks that enhance global mobility operations. Our desire is to arm workshop participants with the best intelligence and most salient solutions for building a robust global mobility program. Whether you’re just starting out, or a seasoned veteran at global mobility, this workshop strives to meet your needs and address your greatest challenges.
We will explore/discuss what’s meant by global mobility, the key components of a global mobility initiative, the link to talent management, critical partnerships, emerging trends, benchmarks and best practices and cap the session off with pain points and challenges using case studies to strategize solutions. While we plan to share information, we plan to create a highly interactive and engaging experience, inviting you to participate in the dialogue
Join us in a dual-segmented presentation where Rodney will cover Global Talent Management followed by group case study analysis.
Part One: Industry Overview
- Industry Trends
- Global Talent Management Pain Points
- Best Practices
- Strategies and Policy Development
Part Two: Group Case Study Analysis
Rodney has spent many years in education and consulting, so we have elected to approach a portion of our Chapter event with a Consultative approach. Attendees will be placed in randomly selected groups to review provided case studies. Upon review the groups will be given a period of time to collaborate and provide solutions to the given case studies.
21st June - Brainstorming Ideas for Policy Development
- Compensation approaches (Cost Neutral, Incentivized, etc.)
- Philosophy for mobility programs
- Why is the assignment taking place and how they can shape the package offered? (Developmental, Business Strategy, Client Request, Self Initiated, etc.)
- Selecting a structure for the policy/program (Tiered, A’ la Carte, etc.)
- Designing packages and selecting the types of benefits to be offered
- International assignment policy goals
- Best practices in development of international assignment policies
- Most common international assignment policy types
- Trends in policy development and key areas to include
- Impact of cost on policies
- Recent survey data
23rd February - Expatriate Tax Compliance for both Employees and Employers
Tax compliance can sometimes appear a minefield for both the employee and employer. This session aimed to cover expatriate tax compliance from both perspectives.
We had Rachel Paul from KPMG and Rashel Meiworm from Ernst & Young speaking on these topics.
8th December - Networking event
The Forum for Expatriate Management’s chapter in Denver, CO serves the greater Denver area. The Denver Chapter is headed by Thom Kessler, Regional Director of Sales for the Cartwright Companies.
The second event is scheduled for 8th December and will be a Networking Event.
5th October - Global Immigration Update
The Forum for Expatriate Management is pleased to announce the formation of a new chapter in Denver, CO serving the greater Denver area. The Denver Chapter is headed by Thom Kessler, Regional Director of Sales for the Cartwright Companies.
The topic will be Global Immigration Update and the speakers are Paige Taylor and Amberley Johnson from Berry, Appleman, & Leiden (BAL).
8:30 – 9:00 – Networking and continental breakfast
9:00 – 10:15 – Presentation by BAL
10:15-11:00 – Roundtable discussion
11:00-11:30 – Networking
Location: Ball Corporation. Address is 10 Longs Peak Drive, Broomfield, CO 80021
The Last Event
4th August - Networking Event
Come join us for an evening of networking with FEM Denver members at Earl’s Restaurant in Cherry Creek on August 4th from 6:00 pm. Address is 201 Columbine St, Denver.
8th June - Inaugural Event
Our inaugural event will be held on the morning of June 8th, hosted by Jason Exley of TeleTech Industries. The topic is Global Security for Expats and Business Travelers and our speaker will be Johan Selle, Director of Business Resiliency from iJet, based in Annapolis, MD. The agenda will be: continental breakfast from 8:30 – 9:00, Johan from 9:00 – 10:30, and additional networking at the conclusion.
About the chapter head
GS3, your Global Single Source Solution, is the only complete, strategic Integrated Global Mobility and Payroll Payment Solution available worldwide. 100% globally compliant, auditable, integrated, and secure. Any payment, any currency, anywhere in the world. Custom-designed and market-proven. Cost-effective and efficient with demonstrated savings of 40-60%. Assignment management lifecycle, from cost estimates to in-country payroll to repatriation. Backed by over 75 years in global mobility, GS3 is unmatched in the industry.More information can be found at www.globalGS3.com.
Photos from the Denver Chapter Meetings