|November 17 - DENVER UPSKILL™
COLORADO GlobalBusiness in DENVER November 17th
|to be held at...
|Ernst & Young LLP
370 17th Street, Suite 3300
Denver, Colorado 80202
• REGISTRATION $99 ...all seats
TIME: 930, check-in; 10, program starts; 415, check-out ...reception at a nearby pub
Ed Cohen, Conference Content Developer & Moderator
Publisher, GLOBAL HR
Broadcast Host, GLOBALRADIOtalkshow.com
CONTACT via text/call (+1) 619-787-3100
IS GLOBALIZATION BAD?
Your opinion matters.
What say you?
Global business, a 'megatrend', has better enabled development of diverse people & economies worldwide resulting in the rise of a global middle class, continuous development of a pool of global talent for 'smart companies', keen awareness of the need to develop a 'global mindset' inside local orgs.
Yes, imbalances have been created so let's get it done because no one should be left behind... develop and implement worker retraining, compensation for the displaced.
Let's continue a dialog. It's good business.
CHECK-IN opens... meet & greet
Moderator asks the participants to briefly self-intro explaining their perspective on the industry via their business role and perhaps a comment on something currently important. This process generates interesting conversation while allowing delegates to get-to-know who's in the room.
1030 - 1110,
ASSIGNEE COMPENSATION DATA
Current Challenges and Opportunities
Ann Senechal, Senior Manager, People Advisory Services
Rashel Meiworm, Executive Director, People Advisory Services
Ann Senechal is based in Dallas, Texas. Ann’s area of expertise is in Global Compensation Services, working closely with her clients to not only drive effective ongoing mobility compensation and payroll services, but to also help them reduce risk and improve processes. Prior to joining EY 11 years ago, Ann was an in-house mobility services specialist at Disney. She holds Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) and Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certifications.
Rashel Meiworm is the Executive Director of the PAS practice leader for Denver, Colorado. Rashel has 20 years of experience in individual expatriate taxation as well as consulting to maximize the value contribution of domestic and global employee populations. Rashel has served as the US tax practice leader in Frankfurt, Germany for five years. Experienced in global mobility policy consulting, US inbound and outbound tax activities, tax compliance, international human resources, international payroll, tax reimbursement methodology advisory services, and HR transformation and integration advisory services. Her professional experience also includes Global program transition and transformation leader with experience transforming large and small multinational programs from 1 to 1600+ assignees. Extensive experience in a variety of industry sectors including consumer products, telecommunications, mining, oil and gas, automotive and financial services. Rashel received her Degree in Accounting (cum laude) from Fort Lewis College, Durango and is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of Colorado. Board Member for Rocky Mountain Relocation Council – Charitable Causes Committee Chair. Board Member for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America – Mission and Patient Advocacy
1110 - 1130, BREAK... networking / phone
1130 - 1230,
M&A issues for organizations from an HR perspective
Short presentation on the issues followed by corporate organizations share their recent experiences
Julie Tschida Brown
John Koelling, FSA
Director, Global Total Rewards
Amy D Creech, CCP, GRP
Director of Compensation & Global Mobility
Kris Cannode, CPA, SPHR, SCP
Sr. Compensation Analyst
Glenn Nevill, Partner
IHS Markit (www.ihsmarkit.com)(Nasdaq: INFO) is a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions for the major industries and markets that drive economies worldwide. The company delivers next-generation information, analytics and solutions to customers in business, finance and government, improving their operational efficiency and providing deep insights that lead to well-informed, confident decisions. IHS Markit has more than 50,000 key business and government customers, including 85 percent of the Fortune Global 500 and the world’s leading financial institutions. Headquartered in London, IHS Markit is committed to sustainable, profitable growth.
Ball Corporation supplies innovative, sustainable packaging solutions for beverage, food and household products customers, as well as aerospace and other technologies and services primarily for the U.S. government. Ball Corporation and its subsidiaries employ more than 18,700 people in more than 30 countries and reported pro forma 2015 net sales of $11.0 billion. Ball Corporation stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol BLL. For more information, visit www.ball.com
John Koelling, FSA, is Director of Total Rewards for Ball Corporation and is responsible for employee compensation and benefits programs offered around the world. John is an actuary and began his career holding various actuarial and finance roles in the insurance industry. Throughout time, John found himself more compelled by the broader benefits programs utilized by employers and the associated strategies for offering such programs. To focus more on this type of work, John left the insurance industry and became a benefits consultant to large employers. It was during this time that John became acquainted with Ball, as one of their lead consultants and actuaries. After a few years of getting to know the leadership team and company culture at Ball, John followed his heart, left consulting for employment at Ball, and has now been with the company since early 2011.
Upon joining Ball, his first role was Director of Benefits, where he formally oversaw all North American retirement, savings and health and welfare benefits for Ball Corporation. In this role, he was also the strategic consultant for benefits offered in Ball’s international subsidiaries, focused especially in countries where Ball was quickly expanding. In late 2014, John was asked to expand his scope and take on Total Rewards, which added oversight of salary and incentive compensation to his purview.
Amy D Creech, CCP, GRP, is Director of Compensation & Global Mobility at Ball Corporation, a position she has held since 2011. She is responsible for development of the Ball’s compensation and global mobility program strategy and objectives. Amy also participates in merger and acquisition activities, including performing due diligence and integration planning for total rewards and mobility programs. Amy possesses over 20 years of experience in global compensation and as she has gained greater experience and expertise has added global mobility to her set of skills. Prior to joining Ball, she led the international compensation function for Mary Kay Inc. for 15 years and served on the Board of Directors for the North Texas Compensation Association and the HR Southwest Conference, a regional conference for human resources professionals. Amy received her Associate’s Degree in Business Management at the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management at the University of North Texas in Denton. She has earned the CCP and GRP certifications from WorldatWork, and the Global Benefits Management certification and the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Benefits and Compensation Management certification from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. Amy is originally from Fort Worth, Texas and has lived in various locations in the U.S. as well as in Iran and Germany. Since childhood she has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and parts of the Middle East, giving her a true global perspective and sensitivity to business climates and cultures.
For Molson Coors, Kris Cannode is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company's long term incentive compensation plans; including processing award transactions, reconciliations, participant inquiries, and global equity tax compliance. In his current role as Sr. Compensation Analyst, Kris continues to manage the company's longterm incentive compensation plans in addition to supporting global functions for compensation related activities. He also oversees the company's global compensation planning tool and supports the legal team with the company's Board of Director compensation activities. Kris holds a BS in business administration from Colorado State University. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA); and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and SHRM - Senior Certified Professional (SCP) certifications.
1230 - 115,
networking LUNCH served
table discussions ...
115 - 230,
STRATEGIC PARTNERING... new rules to live by...
...Maturing Industry Convergence of Expertise
Mobility Managers & Services Providers
Sarah Beck, Global Mobility Manager
Vini Valverde - Manager, Global Mobility
William Taylor, Senior Attorney
Meyer Law Group
Jelena Katic, Vice President, Client Management
MSI Global Talent Solutions
Jason Exley, PHR; Regional Vice President - Western Region
MSI Global Talent Solutions
230- 245, BREAK
245 - 320,
Case study: ARCADIS US
TAKING MOBILITY STRATEGIC
Myra Cantarella-Kay, JD, PHR; Immigration, Mobility & Compensation
320 - 330, BREAK
330 - 415,
Program diffusion, alternative assignments; issues, challenges, solutions
The Alternative International Assignment Policies and Practices (AIA) Survey is a deep-dive into policies and practices, and examines trends for the following alternative types of international assignments:
– Permanent transfers
– Short-term assignments
– Global nomads
– Talent development assignments
– Intra-regional assignments
TOM TOLEN, Principal
415- adjourn to a RECEPTION
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