Corporates only Round Table discussion

(Pre-registration closed, you can join available RT on the day)


Corporate delegates can choose from following discussions:

RT 1: Navigating the Future: Business Travel Technology

Hosted by: Equus

Speaker: Tom Richardson, Director of Solutions Consulting & Reda Belabed, Director of Solutions Consulting

Join Tom Richardson to discuss innovative tools transforming the way organizations manage and mitigate travel risks.

RT 2: Navigating the Post-Pandemic Talent Landscape

Hosted by: Fragomen

Speakers: Sarah Anstey, Partner & Hasseena Enu, Partner

Join Fragomen experts for a breakout session that will explore cutting-edge strategies for talent acquisition and retention. Amidst evolving immigration policies, complex economic conditions, and geo-political challenges, we'll discuss alternative approaches to workforce planning and development.

Topics will include: • Optimizing overseas assignments, including scenarios to set assignees up to return on an L-1 • Working with F-1 Practical Training – Best Practices and Risk Management • Leveraging the U.S. permanent residency process as a talent attraction and retention tool • Managing cost and driving return on investment within your global mobility program and policy

RT 3: Flex for Success: The Tech, Tools and Best Practices That Drive Flexible Mobility

Hosted by: Weichert

Speakers: Laura Levenson, Practice Leader - Advisory Services

RT 4: Striking the Balance: Cost Management and Employee Satisfaction in Global Mobility Programs

Hosted by: Synergy Global Housing

SpeakerJennifer Binder,  Business Development Director & Susan Becker, Vice President of Sales, United States

Exploring the balance between how to effectively cut costs while still providing a great employee experience. Based on the case study: An Innovative Soultion to Traditional Service Models.

RT 5: Permanent Pathways: Innovative Approaches to Green Cards

Hosted by: BAL

Speakers: Mark Yelich, Partner & Nazish Ali, Associate

The up-and-down economy has posed new challenges to employers sponsoring foreign national employees for permanent residence. Some have gone through layoffs and are grappling with “notify and consider” requirements for the first time. Others are turning to national interest waivers to avoid PERM altogether. In this roundtable, BAL experts will detail strategies employers can use to continue their green card programs in an unpredictable environment.

RT 6: Getting Creative with Core & Flex Benefits to Reach DE&I, Sustainability & Employee Retention Goals

Hosted by: Preferred Corporate Housing

Speaker: Michelle Velasquez, Vice President of Client Services

What are some new and creative ways relocation services, whether considered Core or Flex benefits, can help companies achieve goals related to DE&I, Sustainability, Compliance and Employee Retention. What changes have been implemented in the last few years that are now (or should be considered) standard practices related to these types of external goals.”