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GLOBAL HR SIG EVENT: Attracting and Retaining Talent Through Use of Effective Mobility
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12/6/2016
When: Tuesday, December 6, 2016
8:30 am - 10:00 am
Where: The Ayers Group
99 Park Avenue at 40th St
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Becky Woods, Chair Global HR SIG
877-625-4769


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The Global HR SIG Presents:
Attracting and Retaining Talent Through Use of Effective Mobility Practices

 

This event has been submitted for HRCI Global recertification credits and SHRM-CP recertification credits.


 

There are many attributes to attracting and retaining talent.  Employee development, organizational objectives and mobility are critically linked together when relocating key talent to a new location.  How it’s handled can greatly impact the outcome, and finding the balance between cost and effective service delivery is often challenging.  Especially for those who rarely relocate someone, the choices can be overwhelming.  In this session, we will discuss the considerations in setting policy on the benefits offered, the delivery of services for the move itself and how to successfully transition back from an assignment.

 

Speakers:  Larry Brouder, Global Vice President of Business Development, Kinetix Logistics & Christine Haney, EVP, Global Relocation and Referral Services, Douglas Elliman

Larry Brouderis in Global Vice President of Business Development at Kinetix, an international relocation and logistics service provider.  For over 20 years, Larry has worked within the Global Mobility industry, designing mobility programs and systems and managing the creation of domestic service delivery platforms, policy consulting services, and international relocation programs.  More recently, he has been consulting on global mobility strategy, HR strategy, and expatriate comp and tax programs. 

 

Larry has an advanced level of specialization in international assignment services, domestic and international policy, immigration, and global security components.  He spent a number of years as Director of HR Shared Services for the nation’s largest privately held engineering firm, leading benefits, global mobility, business continuity, and global talent management programs, and designing security and pandemic protocols. 

  

Larry is a regular speaker at industry events on topics including Expatriate and Intercultural Programs, Immigration, Global Security, and Business Continuity Protocol.  He lives in Guilford, CT with his family.

 

Christine Haney has over 20 years in Corporate Relocation and Real Estate experience, including increased managerial responsibilities over various departments.  She currently operates as the EVP of Global Relocation and Referral Services for Douglas Elliman, the 4th largest real estate company in the USA. 

 

Christine has developed and implemented global strategies and programs designed to provide exceptional service and increased business opportunities, while forging relationships across a diverse sector of businesses.  Some programs include:

•             Elliman Advantage – Created a Destination Service program offering a broad range of services for both international and domestic relocation companies and direct clients

•             Knight Frank Partnership – Established global partnership that yielded Douglas Elliman’s reach into more than 50 countries 

•             Prudential Referral Services (PRS) – Managed referral program

•             Home Connections (PHC) – Managed affinity program

•             Provider Selection and Management – Selected and managed external providers 

 

Prior to real estate and relocation, Christine spent nine years in various financial roles for several smaller companies, handling financial and strategic planning. 

 

Christine earned her CRP designation in 2000, and GMS designation in 2007.  She is a member of Worldwide ERC and Relocation Directors Council.  She served two consecutive terms as President for NYCorp and is currently still actively involved on the board.  She has contributed to articles in The New York Times; Los Angeles’s The Daily Breeze and ERC’s Mobility Magazine. She is a sought-after industry speaker as a result of her numerous speaking engagements throughout the USA and London.  She holds a B.S. in Business Management from Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, Connecticut. 

 

 

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