2022 Americas Global Employer Services Summit | Deloitte US has been saved
This year’s 2022 Americas Global Employer Services Summit is back “in person,” and we are thrilled about the opportunities to discuss, share, and learn from each other over a couple of days in Las Vegas!
For the past two-and-a-half years, we have experienced disruptions in our personal lives on a scale that none of us could have anticipated. Those disruptions also impacted our professional lives with new risks and challenges—from evolving worker profiles and the Great Resignation, to fast-moving global economic cycles and pandemic surges. Most of us are still trying to fully comprehend these forces of change and their impact on talent, enterprises, and regulators. Many of us are wondering what initiatives we will lead in a world that is so different and, perhaps, ever-changing.
Our Summit speakers and facilitators are preparing for amazing conversations around global mobility tax, workforce transformation, and other key topics that we hope will illuminate the challenges we face and the opportunities before us. You won’t want to miss this chance (It is Vegas after all!) to hear inspiring points of view from subject-matter specialists and industry leaders as we reconnect with familiar friends and make new connections.
Secure your spot now for engaging discussions, collaborative learning, networking, well-being activities, and fun! Register early as some sessions will have attendance limits.
Registration closes on October 31, 2022. We can’t wait to see you in Las Vegas!
The Summit agenda is packed with sessions covering a range of emerging topics, from global mobility solutions, to total rewards, to C-suite engagement. Our plenaries, guest speakers, and session leaders will consistently bring us back to the anchoring themes of our Summit: illuminating the forces of change and preparing for the mountains we must climb to contend with them. What forces are impacting our industry, and how can we understand them in a world of discontinuity? As shifts in talent markets, workforce ecosystems, and the regulatory landscape continue to unfold, what can you do to improve business performance and talent engagement? What might be coming next in technology; work, workforce, and workplace; and the regulatory landscape?
To improve your learning experience, you will have access to diverse learning formats that will foster and stimulate dialogue via interactive sessions, inspiring plenaries, collaborative discussions, and social networking opportunities.
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