Who Should Attend
Whether you are a seasoned global HR professional or you are new to a global HR role, this conference is for you. You will hear from professionals, both HR practitioners as well as consultants, regarding the latest topics of interest in the world of global HR. This one-day event is packed full of educational sessions, sponsor and exhibitor information, and networking opportunities.
This year our committee has created a virtual event with some of the treasured traditions our attendees have enjoyed over the past 20 years, such as the sought-after Keynote Speakers, thought-provoking educational sessions, continuing educational credits, networking, and a chance to learn about the latest products and services from our valued sponsors.
Subject matter experts will deliver the most up-to-date educational sessions and the ability to earn SHRM and HRCI credit hours simultaneously including the rare GPHR credits. Topics include immigration, international tax, and case studies on how the pandemic has impacted the global workforce.
This year’s virtual conference platform has allowed many new offerings. Attendees can choose from four 15-minute segments of fun networking activities like virtual tours, yoga stretching, and more. There will a Hot Topics Microlearning Station for attendees who are interested in new products and services who best learn in small bites. Subject matter experts share information on trending global HR topics and technologies in 15-minute presentations.
The chance to win fun door prizes will continue this year with an upgrade to a digital format for the Conference Game. Visiting participating virtual booths will ensure your inclusion in the door prize drawings. A social media page will showcase all the conference activities throughout the day and help attendees stay on top of the fun.
Enjoy the wrap up of the conference by attending The Virtual Happy Hour. The Happy Hour will give attendees the chance to have face time with other attendees they have seen throughout the day. Various topic rooms will be available, and cameras are encouraged.