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Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues – The Inside Scoop: The Ultimate Checklist for a Compliant Immigration Program

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May 9, 2018
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Central
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Location:

Room 611
NRG Center
1 NRG Park
Houston, TX 77054

Date/Time:

May 9, 2018
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Central

Increased globalization means that employers must reassess the way that they manage their global immigration programs, especially in light of the heightened focus on enforcement and compliance. In an ever-changing environment, global immigration and mobility is becoming increasingly complex. HR professionals are now required to manage a multitude of considerations, including overseeing partnerships with local service providers, ensuring the global mobility experience for the assignee, managing and tracking costs, and ensuring strict compliance.

Join Baker Donelson of counsel Dilnaz Saleem at the 2018 Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues for her session "The Inside Scoop: The Ultimate Checklist for a Compliant Immigration Program," where she will provide an update on the hot issues that are currently affecting HR professionals and how you can best manage your corporate immigration program to reduce risk and liability. You will learn the business strategies needed for quick global transfer in an environment of growing complexity and uncertainty.

The Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues, produced by HR Houston, is the largest regional conference for HR Professionals on the Gulf Coast, with more than 2,100 practitioners, presenters and providers. Through its 200 sessions, the Symposium delivers superior education in Business Management & Strategy, Employee & Labor Relations, International HR, Leadership & Professional Development, Talent Management, and Total Rewards.

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