Please join KPMG and a select group of women tax leaders at leading life sciences organizations for an interactive panel discussion, New Ways of Working within the Life Sciences Tax Function. In this session, moderated by Christine Kachinsky, KPMG Life Science Tax Industry leader, we will discuss relevant issues related to attracting, retaining, and developing talent in the new hybrid work environment, as well as an update on common talent-related tax issues that our experts are observing in the market.
The October 25 session will be the first in our virtual event series aimed at bringing together women tax leaders at life sciences companies to discuss key topics affecting the industry and the tax function. KPMG is committed to creating a sense of community among our current and future women tax leaders.
Continuing professional education
This seminar is worth approximately 1.5 continuing professional education (CPE) credits. KPMG is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy as a sponsor of continuing education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual course credits. No advance preparation or prerequisite is required for this program. Field of study: Tax – 81.
Target audience: CTO, Heads of Tax, Planning, and Reporting and Compliance, as well as other Senior Management of the tax function.
Program Knowledge level: Intermediate.
- Identify best practices to motivate and retain tax talent in a hybrid work environment
- Define different approaches and initiatives taken by tax functions as they focus on diversity, equity and inclusion
- Summarize high level tax implications of hybrid/remote workforce throughout the enterprise.
*The final CPE and field of study will be confirmed after delivery of the program. Please note there are no prerequisite requirements for this program. And, there are no advance preparation assignments for this program.
For any questions regarding this program, please contact Carrie Donahue.