Mobility - June 2020 - 11

AROUND THE WORLDWIDE ERC ®

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)
In recent weeks, worldwideerc.org shared news of our partnership with global HR service firms Randstad NV, The Adecco
Group, and ManpowerGroup on a collaborative Safely Back to
Work (SB2W) initiative. Bringing together the perspectives and
voices of government, industry, labor union, and association
leaders from around the world, the alliance seeks to establish
best practices on health and safety protocols as the economy
reopens and people begin to return to work. Worldwide ERC®
will be a leading voice in best practices for the safe movement
and travel of the global workforce.
Meanwhile, it's officially summer in many parts of the
world, which would normally be the beginning of a busy
internship season. Take a look at our article on some of the
benefits of these programs to both interns and employers, and
how companies are beginning to adapt to the current environment by offering entirely virtual opportunities.
We also reported on the EU's decision to postpone registration under the new European Travel Information and
Authorization System (ETIAS) until the end of 2022, instead
of sometime in 2021. By the beginning of 2023, U.S. and other
travelers to Europe who do not need a visa to visit countries in
the Schengen zone will be required to first get approval under
the system. The exact dates of when ETIAS will be operational
and when the registration requirement will be in place are
fluid. Citizens of countries who are required to obtain a visa
to enter a Schengen country will continue to need to do so and
will not be required to register under ETIAS.
In addition, we brought you news of the U.S. Department
of Homeland Security's delay of the effective date by which
U.S. residents will need a REAL ID as an official governmentissued identification. In light of the closing of state government
offices because of restrictions to contain the spread of COVID19, enforcement of the requirement has been shifted from 1
October 2020 to 1 October 2021.
We will continue to deliver regular updates on the
impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on business,
employee health and well-being, and the economy, as well as
Congressional and other regulatory relief efforts.

WHAT'S HAPPENING ON SOCIAL?
FOLLOW US! @WORLDWIDEERC
Twitter - Now is a great time to boost your skills
and focus on your professional development.
Hopefully you caught our post on how we're providing some extra support to help you get there. We're
offering one-time discounts: 50% off the registration
fee for the Global Mobility Specialist (GMS)® designation and a 20% savings on the Strategic Talent Mobility
(GMS-T)® course and Learning Portal subscriptions.
But you need to hurry-offers are limited to the first
50 purchasers and expire on 15 June! Learn more at
bit.ly/2GJ0ZR8.
Facebook - Were you one of the more than 150
participants in the Worldwide ERC® Foundation
for Workforce Mobility's #VirtualWalk2020 last
month? Lots of great photos were shared by walkers-
and, in many cases, their two- and four-legged
accompanying family members-from all parts of the
industry and many different regions. Take a look!
LinkedIn - We shared with you a summary of
and a link to a recruiter.com article on the ways in
which artificial intelligence (AI) is streamlining core
mobility tasks, by our own Worldwide ERC® Senior
Vice President of Product Development Karen Cygal.
We also connected you to our government affairs
quarterly legislative agenda, which provides details
on background, status, Worldwide ERC® position, and
any organizations we may be partnering with on key
issues. And if you missed it on worldwideerc.org, we
provided you with summaries and links to our
ongoing updates about COVID-19-related travel
restrictions and Congressional relief packages.

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