CWSHRM Annual Human Resource & Labor Law Conference
|Date:||April 6, 2017, 7:30am – 4:00pm|
CWSHRM and Ruder Ware
Holiday Inn and Suites
1000 Imperial Inn
$150 - CWSHRM Members; $175 Non-CWSHRM Members; $60 Full-Time College Students
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Credits: HRCI and SHRM Credit Approved 5.75 total credits (2.5 Business Credits)
Registration: Click here to register. Seating is limited! Please no later than Friday, March 31. Early registrants will receive a free autographed copy of Andy's best selling book, "Things Leaders Say: A daily Guide to Help Every LEader Employer and Inspire."
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“HR Leadership Lessons from H-O-L-L-Y-W-O-O-D” - Magical imagery of Hollywood is used to help HR Leaders DEVELOP and EMPOWER their organizations in this challenging era of having to do more with less. This program cites research from Harvard Business Review, Deloitte, and Glassdoor to provoke REAL organizational change from every attendee.
“Strategic Leadership in the New Economy” - Leaders face new pressures to produce more with less, leading many to fall into the “do-it-all-myself” trap. A “Control Freak” culture is dangerous and damaging to any organization. Learn what you and your organization should do to develop and empower millennials and all future leaders to avoid this damaging environment.
Andy Masters, CSP, M.A.—an award winning author and international speaker who has written 5 books, earned 4 degrees, and presented hundreds of programs on business, HR, and personal improvement topics. A graduate from Webster University, Andy earned his masters in HR Development and Marketing. He also earned the prestigious “CSP” award/designation of the National Speakers Association, the highest earned international recognition for professional speakers.
Morning Legal Workshop:
“Everything You Need To Know About Non-Compete, Non-Solicitation, Confidentiality and Trade Secret Agreements” Sara Ackermann—Sara sees herself as a member of a company's HR team. Clients utilize her varied background by treating her as a consultant and advisor on employment law topics. Sara counsels HR professionals on the development of proactive policies, procedures, and protocols drafted to retain talent and create a positive work environment. Sara has previous experience working inside a corporation so she understands the myriad of employment issues that HR professionals and business owners face every day. Her focus is on providing proactive advice by identifying issues before they arise so her clients can minimize their risk and avoid the expensive legal fees associated with litigation.
Afternoon Legal Workshop:
“Accommodation, Accommodation, Accommodation–Sick, Disabled, Religious, Transgender, Pregnancy & More!” Kevin J.T. Terry—Kevin’s legal practice focuses on providing counsel to clients in matters relating to labor and employment law, municipal law, and school law. Some of Kevin's experience includes providing counsel on all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including employment handbooks, employment contracts, unemployment compensation, Family Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and defense of employers in state and federal employment discrimination claims.
Closing Presentation—Andy Masters Returns:
“Humor in the Workplace: Not Just How, But Why!” - The time to make the workplace fun again has never been more important. People are tired of being stressed. People WANT to be happy, laugh, and ENJOY their jobs again. This entertaining and informative program will provide easy, inexpensive ways to create a fun working environment.
Included with registration: Continental Breakfast (7:30am), Lunch (vegetarian option available) and Midday Snacks