“Workforce Live allows participants to gain a new perspective on making organizational impact through HR initiatives,” said Frank Kalman, host of Workforce Live and senior editor for Workforce magazine.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 30, 2015
Workforce magazine, the longest-running publication for the HR industry and a publication of Human Capital Media, is pleased to offer its third annual spring speaker-series, Workforce Live. Meeting the demand of the workplace for continued education, eight local experts will equip HR decision-makers with people management approaches and best practices through a lively TED-talk style presentation format. Workforce Live is recognized by SHRM and the HR Certification Institute to offer three recertification credit hours.
In addition to hearing from local business leaders, HR practitioners, and industry influencers, each attendee will receive an HR state of the industry white paper developed by Human Capital Media Research & Advisory Services.
The spring series will offer three locations for the first part of 2016:
- Boston | April 14, Westin Copley Place
- New York | April 19, Westin NY Times Square
- Washington D.C. | April 28, InterContinental The Willard
“Workforce Live allows participants to gain a new perspective on making organizational impact through HR initiatives,” said Frank Kalman, host of Workforce Live and senior editor for Workforce magazine. “Hearing case studies of how best practices have been put into action arms business leaders with the knowledge they need to unleash their workforce’s full potential.”
Registration is required and space is limited. To get your ticket or to learn more about the event series, visit events.workforce.com/live.
To inquire about becoming a speaker at Workforce Live, contact event content manager Ashley Collins at acollins(at)humancapitalmedia.com.
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