It’s not a secret that the COVID pandemic brought a lot of new challenges and changes to the different work industries. Some of those changes have come to stay. One of them is the work from home modality.
Though this way of working has many benefits, it also means that companies and employees must deal with things like tax and immigration. So, among the many things you already have to know and keep updated with for your work, this is yet another one. And we understand it’s not easy to learn about these things.
That’s why, if you’re looking for a great way to learn more about this, we recommend checking Mile High SHRM’s next event. You’ll learn a lot from the best in the field. You won’t regret it!
About Mile High SHRM
Mile High Society for Human Resource Management (Mile High SHRM) was born in 1938 and since then they’ve been helping Human Resources professionals. They do this by educating on everything related to the HR industry. In fact, their mission is to “Engage. Educate. Empower”.
They have more than a thousand members that help them achieve their goals and mission. These members are from different companies and have different jobs related to Human Resources. So, they can tackle any challenge from different perspectives.
One of their ways to help keep educating HR professionals is through their SHRM Certification Preparation course. It will help you be more prepared for the final exam to get your SHRM certification. And why wouldn’t you want to get this certification?
After all, “SHRM certifications are unique, as they are the only behavioral competency-based programs in the field”. It’s recommended to get one if you want to be seen as well prepared, “[…] ready to lead” and like they care about their career.
This course offers you an instructor that’s been SHRM certified to guide you through the course, answer your doubts and give you tips for the exam. They’ll even give you sample test questions. When you register, you’ll get the SHRM Learning System.
This is a system that “[…] provides a personalized roadmap that combines in-depth HR knowledge with real-life situations…” So you’ll be more prepared. The course is instructed twice a year, during Spring and Fall. So keep an eye open for the next one.
If this is an organization you admire and would like to support, you can become a member. To get the Mile High SHRM membership, you’ll also have to get the National SHRM memberships. Don’t worry about the long process or paperwork, both are purchased together.
This is actually a great opportunity, because you’ll get benefits from both memberships. Some of these are personalized content, discounts for some events, updates on HR legislation, access to the career center, and more.
If you prefer, you can be a sponsor. There are different sponsorship opportunities to choose from. The first one is for those that would like to be part of the 2024 Annual HR Conference. The second option is “for organizations looking for discount pricing”. The last one is for those that want to “[…] choose exactly what sponsorships they want…”
Date: Wednesday, November 29th, 2023
Time: From 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Location: online via Zoom
Mile High SHRM understands that the “[…] ‘work from anywhere’ environment has many employers navigating significant tax and immigration considerations”. This can be a lot to take on, especially if you’re not fully aware of what’s going on in the tax and immigration industry.
But don’t worry. That’s what the “Solving the Work from Anywhere Puzzle: Navigating the Compliance Maze for Remote Workers” event is here for.
This event is sponsored by Holland & Hart. They’ll also bring their experts specialized in “[…] domestic and international tax and immigration…” So they can “[…] delve into the critical considerations for employers in addressing these situations”.
You’ll also be able to get 1.5 SHRM and HRCI global credits through this event.
Registration is open now and until the day of the event. It costs $15 for members and $30 for non-members.
Sarah Bileti studied a Bachelor of Arts in History and Art History at University of Michigan. Then, she studied a Master of Arts in International Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Right after that, she got her J.D. in Law at Wayne State University. Ever since, she’s gotten amazing job experience.
She worked as an attorney at Rathi & Marcus. Then, she was a Senior Associate at the Law Office of Leila Freijy. Then, she became a Senior Attorney at Honigman LLP before landing her current role, a Business Immigration attorney at Holland & Hart LLP.
According to her Holland & Hart profile, she guides “[…] businesses and their employees through complex immigration matters and the process of obtaining and maintaining US work authorization”.
Diane Mathis-Durfey studied a Bachelor of Science in Education, English and Music at Southern Utah University. Then, she got her J.D. in Law at BYU Law School.
Over the years, she’s gathered great work experience, including being an Associate at Baker & McKenzie and then at Holme Roberts & Owen. After that, she became the owner of Diane D. Card, PC, where she worked for 23 years! Now, she’s a Partner of Holland & Hart LLP.
On top of that, she has also done some volunteering. She’s been a Mentor at Utah Center for Legal Inclusion for two years now! And she’s an Ambassador Board for Project C.U.R.E.
According to her Holland & Hart profile, she “[…] focuses her practice on international corporate, tax, and regulatory compliance matters”.
She also “[…] brings a pragmatic, problem-solving approach to help clients establish and expand operations abroad”. Her “clients value her ability to find creative legal solutions that overcome challenges…”
Alex Smith studied a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance at Emory University. He then became a Doctor of Law at University of Miami.
Over the years he’s gathered a lot of work experience that has strengthened his skills. He was an Economic Crimes Unit Intern for Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. He also worked as a Judicial Intern for Judge O’Sullivan at United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Another job he had was being a Senior Staff Attorney for Justice Canady at Florida Supreme Court. Then, he became an Employee Benefits Attorney at Mazursky Constantine.
After that, he went to work at Smith, Gambrell & Russell, also as an Employee Benefits Attorney. All this before landing his latest job as an Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Attorney at Holland & Hart.
According to his Holland & Hart profile, “Alex assists clients with a variety of matters related to the design, maintenance, and implementation of health and welfare plans…” He also assists on “[…] qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, and equity compensation arrangements”.
Second Language Learning is Another Skill to Improve at Work
Now that you’re attending events to learn new things that will make you a better professional, we should tell you a secret. Second language skills are a huge advantage for your work. That’s right! If you or your employees learn a second language, it will help you do your work better, reach more people and clients and grow your company.
Even more if you work in the immigration world or have a remote work modality for your employees. Since your clients and your workers can be from all around the world, knowing a new language will come in handy.
And how can you do that? Easy, with Fluency Corp! We have corporate language training with native teachers. So you can be sure you’ll learn truly useful things. You’ll notice this when you start using your target language vocabulary and talking fluently in your bilingual meetings.
Our lessons are customized to the job and your needs. And they can be for you and for your employees. Investing in their education will make you a great boss and your company a great business.
We have our own Bellieu Method in which we base our classes. It consists of using what you’ve learned to speak in your target language. So you achieve language fluency and reinforce your knowledge.
Just choose between our online or onsite classes, pick a language and a schedule and you’re ready to go! For any questions, set up a free consultation with us by contacting us at email@example.com or (800) 401-3159.