Deloitte Appoints Julie Rubidge as Global Mobility Tax Practice Leader | New

DetroitBrussels-based leader in propelling GES clients forward in a time of great uncertainty and change for employers with a global workforce

NEW YORK, June 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Deloitte publicly announced the appointment of Julie Rubidge, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP, as the new Practice Leader for its Global Employer Services (GES) suite of services. Deloitte’s GES practice provides comprehensive global mobility services that support multinational clients in all aspects of deploying their workforce across borders. Rubidge, a 20+ year veteran of the organization, has a proven history of building trusted relationships with clients with extensive global operations, including those in the automotive, consumer products and of technology. She brings to this position a deep understanding of the global workforce strategy, compliance and rewards space and a keen vision of how Deloitte can continue to meet the needs of its clients in this environment. unprecedented transformation on a global scale.

Rubidge succeeds Does Posey who has led the practice for the past five years through an unprecedented period of change and market disruption. Because of Mr. Posey’s leadership and market-driven mindset, Deloitte’s global management views GES as a critical part of the organization and its tax practice is well positioned for future growth.

As the new leader of GES, Rubidge will be responsible for accelerating Deloitte’s growth in the marketplace, serving clients, leading the practice’s talent acquisition efforts and fostering an inclusive culture among its employees. She will also be responsible for advancing the transformation of GES by capitalizing on Deloitte’s cutting-edge technology, while leveraging the vast network of specialized GES professionals supporting employer obligations in 148 countries to meet the changing needs of employers. Deloitte clients.

“Throughout her career at Deloitte, Julie has distinguished herself as a trusted leader for her clients and colleagues within the GES practice,” said Steve Kimble, President and Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte Tax LLP. “I am confident that Julie’s customer and leadership experience, coupled with her deep understanding of the GHG landscape and her passion for motivating and supporting our people, makes her the right choice to continue driving the practice.”

“At a time when the need for workforce transformation is greater than ever and employers with a global workforce are experiencing rapidly changing business environments, Deloitte’s GHG practice is the trusted choice. and innovative for those looking for a people-centric approach to transforming their global workforce across all aspects of regulatory compliance, rewards, talent and technology,” Rubidge said. “I am excited to take on this new role and I will be focused from day one on helping our clients achieve their global workforce goals, while ensuring they find the right balance between needs of their business and their employees, as well as technology and human interaction. “

An established leader at Deloitte Tax LLP, Rubidge most recently served as GES’ National Talent Leader, responsible for talent strategy and operations for nearly 1,600 professionals. Previously, she served as National and Regional Talent Leader and National Quality Leader; manage quality and risk; diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts; deployment; learning and development; Talent Acquisition; and performance management.

Rubidge received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and its Michigan and Ohio companies. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Detroit, Michigan. Personally, Julie – a breast cancer survivor – is passionate about supporting women at all stages of the disease. After managing work, life and family for a critical five years after her diagnosis, she feels privileged to share her story as she supports and empowers women.

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