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CRC Annual Membership Meeting
November 16, 2010
Join us for an ERC Update and In-depth discussion on Domestic Short Term Assignments
Registration Fees - Members Only
- Corporate Members- $45
- Service Members - $110 after November 5
- Transitional Members - $25
McDonald’s Corporation Hamburger University
The Hyatt Lodge
Oak Brook, IL
12:30 – 7:00
Annual CRC Business Meeting and Educational Program held at McDonald’s Hamburger University. Evening Reception directly follows at The Hyatt Lodge Grand Oaks Pavilion.
Once again we will be supporting The Cara Program by collecting business clothes before the meeting, so rule of thumb is, if you haven’t worn it in 6 months it’s time to let it go! Go through your suits, ties, dresses, blouses, purses, etc. and bring them with on November 16th!
12:30 pm Registration Table Opens at Hamburger University main
1:15 pm Meeting called to order & CRC Business - Cathleen
2:00 pm Break
2:15 pm Afternoon Program:
ERC Update with Peggy Smith, SCRP, SGMS – CEO, Worldwide ERC
Peggy Smith joined Worldwide ERC as its new CEO in May, after a distinguished career at Microsoft Corporation, where she was Director, Global Mobility, with responsibility for more than 5,000 annual global moves. Peggy has served in the top tiers of leadership in Worldwide ERC®, including President and Chairman of the Board, and on numerous committees and task forces for the association. She has a keen understanding of the economic environment that impacts our business, a deep knowledge of mobility issues, and a unique blend of skills, experience and vision for these times.
3:15 pm Break
Corporate Policy Design for Domestic Short Term Assignments - DSTA
Bill Nemer, CRP, GMS, Vice President, Client Services - Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide
Pat Papenbrok – Director of Relocation Services, McDonald’s Corporation
Karrie DeBlauw - Karrie DeBlauw, CRP, GMS, Manager, Domestic U.S. Relocation Services/RMS-US
Domestic short term assignments (DSTAs) are being used more frequently by corporations in order to mitigate economic, real estate and personal uncertainty that is inherent to many permanent transfers. This interactive session will provide an overview of the policy and framework considerations involved in designing DSTA programs, including a discussion of common industry practices, obstacles and compliance challenges. Our corporate experts will provide a first hand account of successful DSTA policies and programs, and discuss possible DSTA program obstacles and setbacks. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions and share their own DSTA experience.
4:40 pm Closing Remarks
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm: Evening Reception at The Hyatt Lodge
2 CRP credits will be awarded! Download the CRP Credit Form now.