Building general business knowledge, judgment and ability to understand and apply information to contribute to the organization’s strategic plan including the organization’s mission, vision, values, strategic goals and objectives; formulating policies; guiding and leading the change process; and evaluating organizational effectiveness as an organizational leader.
Maintaining compliance and remaining compliant with the latest changes in labor legislation. Developing, implementing/administering and evaluating the workplace in order to maintain relationship and working conditions that balance employer/employee needs and rights in support of the organization’s goals and objectives. Also includes a focus on California specific legal requirements.
Developing, implementing and evaluating activities and programs that address employee training and development, performance appraisal, learning, talent and performance management to ensure that the knowledge, skills, abilities and performance of the workforce meet current and future organizational and individual needs.
Valuing and considering all perspectives and backgrounds on an international level in relation to strategic HR management, talent acquisition and mobility; global compensation/benefits; organizational effectiveness, talent development, workforce relations and risk management practices for HR practitioners with cross-border HR responsibilities.
Enhancing tools, skills and traits enabling HR professionals and employees to be exceptional leaders. Gaining knowledge from experts on leadership, recertification, career advancement, personal power, memory, confidence and attitude, stress, work/life balance and ethics.
Mitigating risk and upholding organizational values by supporting the development of ethical practices. Developing, implementing/administering and evaluating programs, procedures and policies in order to provide a safe, secure working environment and to protect the organization from potential liability.
Are you a student, recent graduate, or new to the field of Human Resources? A variety of our Concurrent Educational Sessions offered on all three days of The Conference are labeled as “HR-101”. These sessions fall within each of our other Tracks, so students and those who are new to HR are immersed in the education that the attendees are receiving. While not a required track, these courses should serve as a roadmap to finding the best sessions to get an introductory overview to the world of HR.
Effectively finding and keeping talent, creating an environment where people thrive and engaging your workforce. Developing, implementing and evaluating sourcing, recruitment, hiring, orientation, succession planning, retention and organizational exit programs necessary to ensure the workforce’s ability to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives.
Implementing sustainable compensation and benefits rewards strategies including developing/selecting, implementing/administering and evaluating compensation and benefits programs for all employee groups in order to support the organization’s goals, objectives and values and remain competitive and increasing employee satisfaction.