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Benefits of HRASM and International Relocation

Saturday, April 20 2013 at 1-2pm this week

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Guests:
Lisa A. B. Noonan
SPHR
President
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Benefits of joining HRASM –
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Lisa is the current President of the Human Resources Association of Southern Maine. She has served on the Board and various committees over the years and has held the position of VP of Programs, Government Affairs, and Board Member At Large.

Lisa has served as the College Relations Director for the SHRM Maine State Council. After a career in the insurance industry, Lisa began her HR career at Portland Glass and eventually opened her own HR consulting business. Presently, she works at The Park Danforth, a Senior Community in Portland, as the Chief Operations Officer.  Lisa received her SPHR certification in 2003 and is pursuing her Master’s in Leadership. She lives in Portland with her husband Kevin and has two children, Taylor and Hannah.
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David Leboff
CPA, President
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Challenge of international relocation and global payroll –
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Dave has 30 years of experience in international human resources and expatriate program management.  He began his career in tax, working for the Internal Revenue Service and then Arthur Young in NYC where he received his CPA and managed sizeable expatriate program engagements. Dave moved to the client side and served in international assignment and global human resources roles at PepsiCo, Bankers Trust, UBS, and DoubleClick.

In 2002, Dave formed Expaticore to serve organizations of all sizes seeking support with their global mobility policies and programs, as well as their local, national, and expatriate payroll operations.  Dave is a recognized thought leader in the industry who has written articles on international payroll and expatriate program administration. He also speaks at industry conferences covering matters relevant to global workforce management.