MORRIS PLAINS, NJ, March 17, 2022 – Weichert Workforce Mobility announced that Maureen Davis has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Global Compensation and Compliance.
In this role, Davis will bring leadership and a unified vision to Weichert’s Global Compensation Service (GCS) teams worldwide to ensure clients the strongest levels of compliance, measurable cost savings and a vastly improved experience for their globally mobile employees. She will also manage the ongoing optimization of Weichert’s Business Travel team, with a focus on the continued strategic enhancement of Weichert’s global travel platform, SMARTRIP.
Formerly with Deloitte, Davis holds a JD from Seton Hall and is a Certified Public Accountant. In her twenty years with Weichert she has become a widely respected and highly regarded subject matter expert and thought leader. She has a broad and diverse global mobility background encompassing all aspects of domestic and international relocation, including tax compensation, payroll and program design for large and complex client engagements. Her extensive global mobility acumen and deep compensation and compliance expertise uniquely qualify her for this position.
“On paper, Maureen’s experience is impressive, but in practice, it’s a difference maker for our clients,” said Vicki Lander, Executive Vice President. “She has a demonstrated ability to bring clarity to complexity and for guiding companies through challenging compliance issues that have indelible impact on their program success. As questions surrounding such topics as ‘work from anywhere’ become more prominent—and perplexing—Maureen will no doubt remain a critical, valued resource to our clients.”
“With a rise in remote workers, an increased speed of business and greater vigilance from tax and other regulatory authorities, the need for Weichert’s unique suite of global compensation and compliance services has never been stronger,” said Davis. “I am excited to work with my team to empower our clients to make work happen, anywhere in the world.”