Each year brings new changes to workplace legislation and a myriad of technological changes that can dramatically shift how businesses operate. Staying up-to-date on the latest changes can not only ensure you avoid expensive fines through the risk of non-compliance, but they can also provide competitive advantages in your industry.
Employers Council offers annual employer and HR conferences to help organizations stay up-to-date on the latest changes in the legal landscape and on the cutting edge of how to own and operate a business. At each conference, we cover a range of engaging topics and provide networking opportunities to meet and collaborate with your peers.
Obtain the latest information on topics of interest at one of our popular annual HR Conferences:
Employment Law Update – As a leader, it is important that you understand annual changes in employment law and human resources best practices, as these changes affect employers around the country each year. Over 1,500 people attend the ELU conference annually, where the most significant employment law developments of the year are covered. Our HR experts and labor law attorneys strip away the legalese and provide you with practical, timely, and critical advice to minimize employment law liability.
Who should attend: This conference is for business owners, managers, supervisors, in-house counsel, and human resources professionals
Locations: ELU conferences are offered in Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.
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Employers Summit - (2019 dates still to be announced) – In this conference, Employers Council presents the latest trends and hottest issues organizations are facing in offering an effective Employee Value Proposition (EVP). In today's tight labor market, employers need to look beyond just the wages and benefits offered to employees and examine the unique combination of tangible rewards and work experience they provide in exchange for the skills, capabilities, and knowledge employees bring. Included in an EVP is an organization's culture and leadership, as well as its compensation and benefits offerings. The unique blend of Employers Council's professional staff, with a wide variety of skills and expertise, makes this an invaluable conference to attend.
Who should attend: This conference is designed for leaders and managers, as well as compensation, benefits, and HR professionals at all levels.
Locations: Employers Summits are offered in Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.
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Public Employers Human Resources Conference – Dedicated to Human Resources professionals who serve in governmental and quasi-governmental agencies, this conference addresses the unique challenges facing public employers and is the only one of its kind. Topics include innovation, productivity, networking, best practices, and new considerations for compliance based on legislative changes. These areas represent the challenges facing many states, counties, cities, schools, and special districts in a constantly changing world. Regardless of whether your organization is large or small, urban or rural, the insights you will gain from the conference will enable you to meet the challenges that arise this year. Join Employers Council and your colleagues at an event that will leave you with practical ways to improve your own HR practices and inform your organization of the latest changes in employment law and the public HR landscape.
Who should attend: This conference is designed for Human resources professionals, administrators, managers, directors, and attorneys from state departments and divisions, counties, cities, towns, school districts, local authorities, and districts.
Locations: The public employers conference is offered in Colorado.
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Compensation Survey Briefing Session – As a member of Employers Council, you have access to regional and national data that compares how different roles are compensated. These data can be analyzed by region, industry, job title, and organization size so that you know how to attract and retain top talent. For a hands-on analysis, our Compensation Survey Briefing Session is a half-day workshop where our survey experts will compare our data with your organization so that you can make informed decisions when establishing compensation for different roles.
This conference not only introduces the participants to Employers Council's current annual community compensation survey results, but also reviews wage/salary comparisons by industry and employment size, looks at historical compensation trends, examines current compensation practices, and provides an overview of the region's economic outlook.
- Who should attend: Employers Council members and personnel responsible for completing Employers Council Benchmark Compensation Survey for the first time.
- Locations: These half-day briefing sessions are offered in Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.
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