2019 IE SHRM Annual HR Conference

10.17.2019
Program: 7:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: Ontario Convention CenterView Map

Inland Empire SHRM celebrates its 15th Anniversary at the 2019 Annual Conference with its keynote speaker, SHRM President & CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr.

Join attorneys Paul Fleck, Ann Smith, Amber Solano, Bill Betley, and Bob Wenzel for a full day of discussion at the Inland Empire Society for Human Resource Management's Annual Conference. This conference, titled "Evolve HR", is designed for all HR practitioners, from early career to the more experienced HR executive. AALRR attorneys will present the latest news on current and emerging HR topics, including: 

  • Build Your Best Checklist for Hiring Right
    Hiring a new employee is an intensive process but hiring challenges have solutions. Learn the legal way to hire and develop a check list approach to avoid those nagging pitfalls during the hiring process. 
  • Employee Performance Management & Termination
    Properly documenting unsatisfactory performance and behavior issues is a maxim for survival in today’s climate. Learn techniques to effectively address performance/ behavior issues. Should employee performance not improve, learn proper termination techniques.
  • Federal vs. State: Differences that Define the Republic of California
    Federal standards set the minimum requirements for laws and regulations every employer must abide by.  California has created more restrictive laws that benefit employees and can often burden employers. Learn the difference between state and federal laws in the areas where employers often miss the mark. 
  • What Harassment and Discrimination Looks like in 2020
    Every workforce has multiple facets and challenges in avoiding discrimination and harassment claims. California has recently embraced stronger protections to promote equality in the workplace.  Learn the newest legal requirements and where employers misstep when managing their workforce. 
  • The Evolution of Human Resources
    The evolution of human resources as a distinct profession dates back to the industrial revolution. Multiple laws and regulations at the federal, state, and local levels regulate how companies manage their human capitol. Learn how human resources has changed over the years and where its future lies.  

This conference will help you avoid legal risk before it arises by staying current with the latest changes in labor legislation and earn you credits toward maintaining your valuable certification. We hope to see you there!

Conference Pricing

Pricing for first 100: $200, Members; $300, Non-Members

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