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Human Resources Conference - Apr 23 - 24, 2015

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HANYS Benefit Services Human Resources Conference

Embrace, Engage, Elevate: Leading High-Performing Talent

Human resources’ top thought leaders offer the latest insights and ideas on guiding your workforce through compliance, key retirement plan topics, total rewards, employee engagement, and more! Session topics will include:
  • Current Direction of Workforce and Executive Compensation Programs
  • Technology Impact on Employee Benefits
  • Strategic Change Management
  • Getting the Most Value Out of Your Retirement Program in Today’s Challenging Environment
  • Legal Developments and Updates
  • Leadership Development and Coaching a Motivated and Engaged Workforce
  • Healthcare 2.0 – Post-ACA Group Health and Welfare Benefits Trends
* SHRM & HRCI Strategic Credits Pending

When:     April 22:  6 p.m.  – Welcome Reception
                 April 23:  8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Sessions; Dinner to follow                                                    April 24:  8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Sessions; Lunch to follow
Where:    New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
                333 Adams St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

SAVE $50 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION!
Early Bird Rate $299 (Until March 17, 2015)

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