Five Reasons to Attend NAED’s HR & Training Conference
Next month’s NAED HR & Training Conference is making recruiting, re-engaging and re-energizing the workforce Mission: Possible. Don’t miss this chance to meet with industry colleagues while receiving the latest information and trends as the event takes place September 16-19 in Chicago.
Here are five reasons this event is a must-see for the channel’s HR professionals:
- Workforce demographics are changing. Four generations now occupy the workplace, and each has different needs and motivations. Compound that with a changing gender, race and ethnic demographics and every business needs a strategy for managing employee diversity. Attendees will gain advice from presentations like the one from keynote speaker Kelly McDonald.
- The war for talent is fierce. How do companies recruit top talent while keeping valuable current employees? Get advice from panel discussions as well as tips for using personality profiles to find the right people.
- Technology is creating new ways to engage employees. As mobile technologies liberate employees from the traditional office setting, social networking is also offering employers new ways to recruit great candidates. Educational sessions offer insight for using technology to engage current employees while seeking out prospective ones.
- A successful future relies on trained professionals. Knowledgeable employees work to a company’s competitive advantage. Employers that invest in development foster an engaged workforce that’s equipped to meet the needs of its customers. HR experts will share information for aligning training with the company’s strategic direction.
- Businesses need HR’s strategic perspective. HR executives bring to the table a unique view on what inspires and drives the people who keep the business running. This conference gives attendees the thinking and trends that help them be seen as strategic players in their organizations.
Register before August 27 to save $200 with early bird rates and receive a personal performance analysis. Qualifying attendees may also use participation to obtain HRCI Continuing Education for 16.75 recertification credit hours. Contact the NAED Conference Department for more information.