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Worldwide ERC (www.worldwideerc.org)
Worldwide ERC is the workforce mobility association for professionals who oversee, manage or support U.S. domestic and international employee transfers. The organization was founded in 1964 to help members overcome the challenges of workforce mobility.
The Metro Atlanta Relocation Council (MARC) (www.marcatlanta.org)
Established in 1987 as a partnership between leading corporate and service professionals, MARC is dedicated to meeting the needs of today's transferring employees and their families. MARC is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors which is comprised of corporate and service professionals. MARC operates under the guidelines established by Worldwide ERC.
International Foundation Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) (www.ifebp.org)
IFEBP is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to being a leading objective and independent global source of employee benefits, compensation and financial literacy education and information.The CEBS designation is a total compensation credential that is recognized for the depth and breadth of critical knowledge achieved.
Global Mobility Alliance of Atlanta (GMAA)
GMAA exists to provide the opportunity for corporate professionals involved in global mobility management to participate in an informal forum to gather and share information, ideas, best practices and solutions to current issues they address in their organizations.
Atlanta Women's Network (www.atlantawomensnetwork.org)
The Atlanta Women’s Network, founded in 1979, began as a forum for women of diverse backgrounds to promote the involvement of women in business. AWN is recognized as a progressive and focused network of women who stand together to mentor, advance and support professional women in Atlanta. AWN promotes and enhances the success of Atlanta professional women by sharing knowledge and experience, equipping women with tools for professional growth and personal enrichment, and by building relationships and alliances to influence and transform our community and our future.
Atlanta Area Compensation Association (AACA) (www.aaca.net)
The Atlanta Area Compensation Association (AACA) was formed in 1990 by a group of compensation and benefits professionals interested in fostering education and exchange of information among compensation and benefits practitioners and policy makers. AACA is a member of the WorldatWork Group Partnership Network, an international network of more than 80 compensation associations organized to facilitate communication and information sharing among its members. AACA is a nonprofit organization.
Georgia State University (www.robinson.gsu.edu)
Georgia State University is a public research university located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia founded in 1913. It is one of the University System of Georgia's four research universities. The J. Mack Robinson College of Business prepares diverse students for success as business leaders. It offers students a full range of educational opportunities to ensure they obtain and then apply the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in an ever-changing global marketplace.
National Women in Pensions (WIPs) (www.nationalwomeninpensions.org)
The National Women In Pensions (WIPs) is an organization whose mission is to increase network opportunities for women working in and entering the pension industry. The group fosters an informal networking environment with an emphasis on establishing and maintaining friendships, growing personal relationships and genuine camaraderie.
Southeast Benefits Education Network (SEBN) (www.sben.org)
SBEN is a community of Benefits Professionals dedicated to ongoing education, networking opportunities, the cultivation of relationships and the pursuit of personal and professional development. With over 135 members in the Southeastern United States, SBEN provides a forum for Benefits Professionals of all disciplines to share information, learn, grow and succeed.
Worldwide Employees Benefits Network - Atlanta Chapter (WEB) (www.webnetwork.org)
WEB is committed to help define the role of the benefits professional in the 21st century. As changing legislation, technology and market forces reshape the profession, products, and delivery systems, WEB will continue developing programs, educational opportunities, and services to help its members meet the challenges ahead. WEB provides a forum for benefit professionals to gather information and exchange ideas through educational programs, publications, and networking opportunities nationally and at local chapters.