Any recruitment software users or professionals could benefit from an upcoming workshop.
Ultimate Software will offer “Essential Strategies from Industry Leaders in an Era of Change,” a free interactive HR workshop, on April 27 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown in Hartford, Conn. The content of the workshop will be most beneficial to companies with at least 200 employees.
The workshop is ideal for leaders in HR, talent management, recruitment, compliance, training and retention who want to interact with peers in an intimate setting, identify short and long-term business drivers, share proven ideas, and learn from others.
“Have you ever wondered how other HR executives are dealing with the business challenges you face every day?” Ultimate Software asks. “What are their secrets for getting – and keeping – a seat at the CEO’s table, developing wellness programs that cut healthcare costs, and maneuvering through a maze of thorny legal compliance issues?”
The workshop will feature step-by-step solutions that companies such as Bozzuto’s Inc., Ahlstrom Corporation, Enterprise Bank and Bertucci’s Italian Restaurant have developed to solve their toughest organizational problems.
In addition, workshop attendees will receive suggestions from an employment attorney with Goodwin Procter on how to steer clear of the most common pitfalls in employment law, as well as hear from high-level HR executives from well-known companies and various industries.
Discussion will include how companies have successfully:
The workshop has been approved for five re-certification credits, two of which are strategic, from the HR Certification Institute, as well as 5.5 re-certification credits from the American Payroll Association.
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