FUTURE WORKFORCE CONFERENCE

October 11-13, 2022 | USA

FUTURE WORKFORCE CONFERENCE
Top reasons to attend the future workforce conference this october 2022: Build and execute a digital workplace strategy for the changing workforce. Experience a unique gathering of corporate decision makers. See what’s driving success at other companies that can inspire innovation at your own. Establish a strong workforce culture through diversity, community, and employee well-being. Implement the right collaboration tools to encourage connectivity & productivity amongst your teams. Learn new technologies, tools, and strategies for finding niche talent and growing your candidate pool. Leverage data to better support and understand the needs of your team members. Align your leadership, culture, and workplace strategies with their expectations.

Spotlight

Employment lawsuits continue to increase year after year, and judgments are skyrocketing as workplace laws impose tighter restrictions and employees become more aware of their rights. Most employers are aware that federal and state laws require them to post certain notices throughout their businesses informing applicants and employees of their workplace rights. The postings are issued by multiple agencies. There is not a "one-stop" government resource for posting compliance. The postings change frequently, but the government typically does not notify businesses when changes occur. Posting compliance can serve as an employer’s first line of defense in an employment dispute or enforcement action, while noncompliance can turn a manageable dispute into an expensive legal matter.


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Gartner ReimagineHR Conference 2022

October 24-26, 2022 | USA

Between hybrid work and digital fatigue, elevated turnover and political polarization, CHROs and HR leaders are faced with new challenges as the erosion of quality work relationships becomes a lasting legacy of the pandemic era. In a world primed to pull people apart, organizations that create fresh opportunities to get employees pulling in new directions, finding greater authenticity, creativity and connection amid fragmentation — and ultimately reaching even higher levels of performance — will prove as most successful.

InspireHR 2022

October 5-7, 2022 | USA

The spacious InspireHR 2022 exhibit floor will be full of the latest solutions for addressing HR challenges of all types. Stroll through to discover new innovations, to meet up with solution providers whose products you use, or just to enjoy some free giveaways.

2022 KSSHRM Annual Conference

September 14-16, 2022 | USA

We hope you are planning to join our Manhappiness for this new full 3-day event in Manhattan, KS, September 14-16, 2022. All work and no play makes for a boring HR conference! Join us for networking events on Wednesday the 14th and Thursday the 15th. It's a fun way to close out the nights. We plan to host 400+ attendees this year, the majority of whom will include, senior Human Resources (HR) professionals, supervisors, managers, and directors currently practicing in the Human Resources field. The Conference will include subjects and topics in the HRCI Body of Knowledge and SHRM Body of Competency & Knowledge. All presentations will meet the criteria for recertification credit from both SHRM and HRCI. We've got plenty! Attending the conference in-person will get you up to 13. If you choose the On Demand option you can earn up to 28 hours of recertification credit.

HR Forum 2022

June 2-3, 2022 | Netherlands

International Conferences and Training’s presents the 5th Annual International HR Forum. It will be held on the 2nd and 3rd of June, 2022. We will be covering the latest trends, developments and disrupting technology that will affect Human Resources in the Year 2020. Listen to experts, discuss the best practices. 2 Full days with Top Level Presenters including highly Interactive Q+A Sessions and Open Panel.

Spotlight

Employment lawsuits continue to increase year after year, and judgments are skyrocketing as workplace laws impose tighter restrictions and employees become more aware of their rights. Most employers are aware that federal and state laws require them to post certain notices throughout their businesses informing applicants and employees of their workplace rights. The postings are issued by multiple agencies. There is not a "one-stop" government resource for posting compliance. The postings change frequently, but the government typically does not notify businesses when changes occur. Posting compliance can serve as an employer’s first line of defense in an employment dispute or enforcement action, while noncompliance can turn a manageable dispute into an expensive legal matter.

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