2024 Workplace Policy Conference Registration Now Open
Workplace policies are so much more than a document. They’re a powerful statement of what an employer does and does not stand for, and (when implemented well) can play a big part in building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. Join us at the Premier Park Hotel in Madison on February 28th, 2024 for a networking reception and/or February 29, 2024 for our 2024 Workplace Policy Conference.
Back by popular demand, we have invited Evan Rosen, Principal; Jackson Lewis, P.C. back for Part II of his Life Cycle Training (of an employee from hire to fire). Even if you did not attend the conference last year to see Part I, don’t worry because Evan will be doing a recap of materials before he builds on his updated content. The training will cover the “Life Cycle” of an employee from hire to fire. It will address many of the issues that result in litigation that traditional training programs leave out. Attendees will be divided into small groups and will engage in problem solving through real-life situations as they arise. The scenarios are realistic and include colorful characters, with each scenario building on the prior one.
Bob Gregg, Attorney; Boardman Clark LLC will be providing our legal and employment law update and will be going through the top policies that HR professionals will need to be aware of in 2024. If you have seen Bob present in the past, he will also bring the strangest cases that are currently out there in case law.
Our conference will end with a dynamic presentation by Jim Morgan from MRA who will talk with attendees regarding the evolving landscape of workplace dynamics, focusing on the difficult issues surrounding remote work, flexibility, DEI, role of the hiring manager, generations in the workplace, artificial intelligence, traditional business practices, and more. During Jim’s presentation, we will look at these subjects from both the employer and employee perspectives, delve into the varying viewpoints, challenges, and potential solutions to bridging the gaps between companies and their talent.
The future of work looks vastly different. Organizations that succeed at addressing the most critical aspects of work — acquiring and retaining critical talent, supporting all employees holistically, and confronting how they ethically collect and use employee data — will be able to differentiate themselves as employers of choice. Companies can position themselves for future success by designing robust future-of-workplace strategies that get ahead of these trends and address emerging challenges proactively. This conference is designed to give HR professionals the tools for success.
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