We’re Attending the SHRM Conference — Will You Be There?

The Society for Human Resource Management’s 63rd Annual Conference and Exhibition is being held from June 26-29, 2011, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. eEmpACT is very proud to be participating in this event, as we agree with SHRM that the next two years will be a turning point in the HR profession and a vital time for the recovery of our nation.

SHRM says that this year’s conference will feature the largest number of practitioners, strategic business management sessions and health care sessions ever.

The Exposition is expected to attract more than 12,000 conference attendees, visiting 1,200 sponsored booths to learn, share, grow and network. For two days you can browse the aisles, watch demonstrations and learn firsthand how various products and services can help you and your organization achieve your goals.

The 2011 educational sessions are divided into tracks, designed to help you maximize your time and attend the sessions that are most important to you and your company’s development. Conference tracks are more general topics, while focus areas within the tracks concentrate on specific knowledge areas.

Tracks include:

EMPLOYMENT LAW & LEGISLATION
A broad range of sessions presented by some of the top legal minds in the country, with focus areas such as

  • Compliance
  • California-Specific HR
  • Legislative Update

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Learn from leading experts how to build a roadmap to your goals. The focus areas are:

  • Strategic Alignment
  • Business Competencies
  • Innovation
  • Measurement

All sessions in this track count toward the 15 hours of strategic management recertification credit for your SPHR designation.

TALENT MANAGEMENT
Leading experts will share best practices during these sessions — so you can create an environment where your best people will thrive sessions — with a focus :

  • Recruiting &New Media
  • Communication Strategies
  • Engagement & Morale
  • Workforce Planning

INTERNATIONAL HR
From managing diverse teams to communicating across the world to recruiting and cultivating foreign talent, you will learn how to leverage the strengths and overcome the challenges of an international workforce. The focus areas are:

  • Global Compliance
  • Global Talent Management
  • Cross-Cultural Insights

All sessions in this track count toward the 30 hours of international recertification credit for your GPHR designation.

TOTAL REWARDS
Leading experts will teach you how to implement sustainable rewards strategies — to remain competitive and increase employee satisfaction while steering clear of common issues that can get you and your company into trouble. Focus areas are:

  • Employee Benefits
  • Total Compensation
  • HealthCare
  • Wellness

PERSONAL & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
This track will give you the opportunity to learn from experts on leadership, recertification, career advancement, and more. They will focus on:

  • Leadership
  • Career Development
  • Skill Enhancement

Special speakers will include Sir Richard Branson, founder and pResident of Virgin Group, one of the world’s most recognized and respected brands; Tony Hsieh, CEO of online shoe and clothing shop Zappos.com, Inc.; Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group;and Michael J. Fox, the Emmy-award-winning actor, author and advocate.

As an exhibitor at the conference, eEmpACT is giving away Exhibit Hall Passes, good for one-day admission into the Exposition exhibit hall, for those readers who would like one. Please contact us if you are interested!

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