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Webinar - The Evolving Workplace in 2019: What’s Trending and How It Impacts You

  • June 26, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Member: $79 per person or $229 for a group
    Nonmember: $109 per person or $319 for a group

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Keeping-up with the latest trends and developments impacting the workplace can be challenging, even for the most seasoned professionals. The fact is, managing employees has never been more nuanced… or critical to an organization’s success.

As we approach the mid-point of 2019, this practical webinar will examine: (1) the employment trends and developments having the most significant impact on how companies operate, and (2) how they impact you, as well as other supervisors and HR professionals charged with managing employees and administering workplace programs.

Armed with a more complete understanding of the latest trends and developments, you’ll be better equipped to lead teams, achieve positive employee relations, and drive organizational goals!

Program Outcomes

  • Understand the latest trends and developments in employee relations and how they impact your organizational goals and employment initiatives
  • Learn how the trends and developments impact the day-to-day responsibilities of supervisors and HR professionals
  • Learn how other organizations are responding to the ever-changing landscape of employee relations

Who should participate?

  • Supervisors who are responsible for managing employees and/or administering workplace programs
  • HR professionals who are responsible for: administering workplace programs, monitoring compliance with organizational employment objectives, or apprising business leaders of the trends and developments impacting employee relations
  • Business leaders who establish organizational goals and employment initiatives

Cost

Member: $79 per person or $229 for a group
Nonmember: $109 per person or $319 for a group