Join us for a three part series which will address the challenges to remote work from the point of view of employers, employees and cybersecurity with a specific focus on the implications for the banking and financial sector.

Professionally, 2020 highlighted the precarity of jobs, the disparity between remote-enabled teams, those whose jobs could not be done virtually, and those whose companies were ill-equipped for the transition. During this three-part series we will break down three facets of the future of work, from three unique perspectives: employers, employees and a focus on cybersecurity. Each panel discussion will convene innovators who are actively challenging the status quo to build the workplace of tomorrow, today.

 

 

➤ Part 1, Wednesday, February 3rd: Employers  (MEMBERS CAN WATCH THIS EVENT RECORDING IN THE MEMBER PORTAL HERE)

Key topics: Retention schemes, maintaining company culture, productivity gains, legal and financial implications of a remote workforce.

➤ Part 2, Thursday, February 18th: Employees 

Key topics: Job portability, collective bargaining and worker’s voice, upskilling, maintaining your career trajectory, the future of international careers, wellbeing and cultural adaptability.

➤ Part 3, Thursday, March 4th: Cybersecurity 

Key topics: “Digital by Default” (remote-only offices), specific implications for the financial sector, protecting your data, security of IoT devices, VPNs.

 

Meet Part 1 Speakers:


Emmanuel

Emmanuel Cargill brings a wealth of 30 years worth of experience as a consultant in recruiting, human resources, market-entry and RTM/distribution leadership. He launched HR Partners US in 2015, as a boutique consulting and management firm focused on supporting companies developing their US operation. HR Partners US specializes in retained Executive Recruiting, HR Advisory, HR strategy planning, organization development, talent management, and coaching. Prior to HR Partners US, Emmanuel was Senior Vice President at Pernod Ricard USA, the US market company for Pernod-Ricard Group, where he led all human capital efforts and was part of the executive team. In addition, he was also Executive VP and COO North America for Marnier Lapostolle Inc.

 

Emmanuel

Kevin B. Leblang, chair of the Employment Law department, advises and represents management in employment litigation and advisory matters. Kevin counsels employers on the full spectrum of employment law matters, ranging from the adoption and application of employee relations policies to the evaluation and minimization of litigation risks of employment decisions. He also conducts training sessions designed to avoid litigation and has successfully mediated dozens of disputes before JAMS, the American Arbitration Association and private mediators.

 

 

Christina

Christina Cure is a Senior Manager in the KPMG Global Mobility Services (GMS) practice with more than 20 years’ experience in domestic and international US tax matters focusing on tax compliance and payroll consulting for corporate expatriate programs.

 

 

 

Christina

Cecilia Cheradame is an enthusiastic, multi-lingual professional with strong planning, organizational and motivation skills. More than 10 years of experience primarily focused on international employees relations and programs. She is originally from Portugal where she grew up but she also spent some time in France for her studies before coming to the US. She has been working for SUEZ for the past 5 years. 

 

 

 


Brought to you by the FACC-NY HR & Mobility Committee. 


 

When
February 3rd, 2021 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM
Location
Online
United States
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