Eighth Annual Employment Law and HR Summit
Vision 2020: The Future of HR
Friday, October 11, 2019 – 8:00am-5:00pm
Foxchase Manor: 8310 Chatsworth Drive, Manassas, Virginia 20109
As a human resource professional, business owner, executive, manager or administrative personnel tasked with dealing with HR issues, you need to stay on top of recent developments in the field of HR and employment law that may impact the future of your business. This Summit is designed to provide you with critical information in an engaging and useful format. Being informed about what is going on in the world of employment will help you stay on top of your company’s evolving HR needs.
The Employment Law & HR Summit is an easy and affordable way to summarize and highlight the most up-to-date information employers need to address issues currently impacting their workforce and organization, and identify issues that can have an impact on tomorrow’s workplace.
Jointly Presented by Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, P.C., and Prince William SHRM, Inc.
Pricing: Includes admission, breakfast, lunch, written materials (online), and a chance to win prizes!!!
Early Bird Rate on or before August 31st: PWSHRM Member Rate: $129, Non-Member Rate: $169.
Regular Rate on or after September 1st: PWSHRM Member Rate: $169, Non-Member Rate: $199.
Cancellation Fee $25. No refunds will be issued after September 12, 2019. Registration closes October 3, 2019.
Credit Status: One-Day Conference is approved for 5 HRCI (3.75 Business/1.25 General) & 5 SHRM PD Hours
Speakers & Topics
|Kristina Keech Spitler, Esq.- Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian||Hottest employment law issues and trends of 2019 as well as significant court decisions.|
|Christopher D. Silva – Assistant District Director US Department of Labor/Wage & Hour Division||Learn important information from the DOL on topics including FLSA exemptions, wage deductions, independent contractor classifications, overtime requirements, and minimum wage issues. This is also the opportunity for attendees to gain a clearer perspective about common employer violations and trends in DOL enforcement.|
|Jinnae Monroe – Managing Principal, Professionals by Design||Gain a deeper richer understanding of generations in the workplace and best practices for accepting roles and responsibilities of each generation. The session will discuss the importance of HR’s role in leading and guiding other organizational units in embracing generational differences.|
|Mauricio Velasquez – CEO & Owner The Diversity Training Group||The HR professional in 2020 must understand the concepts of Change Management and have the skills and knowledge to guide their organizations through change. This session will address how HR professionals can help their organizations identify the impact of change, assess and manage the ripple effects that change can cause across the organization, and how to communicate change across throughout all levels of the organization.|