If you’re looking to brush up your ATS (Click here) and other HR skills, an upcoming workshop may be just the thing.
Ultimate Software recently announced that it will host a complimentary Interactive HR Workshop on June 17 at The Plaza Hotel in New York, N.Y. The workshop will offer step-by-step solutions that other companies have developed in order to solve their toughest organization problems.
“Have you ever wondered how other HR executives are dealing with the business challenges you face every day?” Ultimate Software notes. “What are their secrets for aligning HR concepts with the business strategy, developing a workplace environment that encourages employee collaboration, and maneuvering through a maze of thorny legal compliance issues?”
High-level HR executives from well-known companies in various industries, as well as a labor attorney from a prestigious law firm, will be on hand to discuss innovative tools and procedures they have used to prove HR’s value to company leadership, get the resources you need to become more effective, and avoid the consequences of mis-classifying workers and independent contractors.
Speakers scheduled to attend the workshop include: Laurie Bassi, CEO of McBassi & Company; Regan Waters, HR director for the New York Jets; Howard S. Lavin, partner with Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP; and Steve Williams, director of e-media innovations and business development for SHRM.
The workshop is best suited for leaders in human resources, talent management, recruitment, compliance, training, and retention who want to interact with their peers in an intimate setting, identify both short- and long-term business drivers, share proven ideas, and learn from their peers.
The workshop is most appropriate for companies with at least 200 employees. It also has been pre-approved for 3.5 re-certification credits from the HR Certification Institute and 5.5 re-certification credits from the American Payroll Association.
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