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2017 Southern California Annual Meeting & Seminar
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2017 Southern California Annual Meeting & Seminar

A half day seminar with distinguished speakers for all Healthcare Human Resource Personnels. If you prefer to download the registration form and fill it out by hand, you can download it below.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/2/2017
When: Thursday, November 2, 2017
8:00 AM
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Monterey Hills Restaurant
3700 W. Blvd.
Monterey Park, California  91754
United States
Contact: Kaity
626-244-2654


Online registration is available until: 10/15/2017
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If you prefer to download the registration form and fill it out by hand, you can download it here.

You must not miss this morning!

This half day event held in northern & southern California is jam-packed with very timely and vital information all healthcare human resource professionals must know. Nowhere else will you find the top-notch speakers who are focused on our specific industry and profession. Select your region of attendance and mail in the registration form attached or visit hhrmac.org for more info.

Cost includes breakfast!


AGENDA

8-8:45 am Registration & Breakfast

8:45-8:50 am Welcome

8:50-9:50 am Managing & Motivating the Millennials by Dr. Bob Nelson

9:50-10 am Break

10-11 am Coming Labor & Employment Legislative Changes by Attorneys from Fisher & Phillips LLP

11-11:30 am Annual Meeting/Report


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Managing and Motivating the Millennials: What Can We Do?

Making up 36% of the workforce, Millennials are reshaping work environments. We know this age group is unique in their attitudes and expectations of work and lifestyle. If adjustments are not made to accommodate them, companies will feel a shortfall of qualified candidates needed to replace 70 million retiring Baby Boomers.

Can you and your facility adapt? From how work gets done (digitally, remotely) to Millennials valuing work flexibility, their
perspective on what career satisfaction looks like is changing us.

Dr. Bob Nelson will share practical strategies to accommodate this shift in worker demographics.

 

What Changes from Sacramento Affect Healthcare HR?

Fisher & Phillips Law Firm attorneys, David Amaya and Lonnie Giamela from the San Diego office, and Katherine Sandberg from the Sacramento office will give us vital warnings on the 2018 Labor & Employment Legislative Environment. California employers will face more regulations at the start of the new year that will definitely impact healthcare operations. Human resource professionals will need to be armed with the right information including wage and hour changes.

Mr. Amaya focuses on representing employers in the healthcare industry. He advocates for his companies and develops creative solutions that allow fair resolution of disputes. He has defeated class certification efforts at the appellate level. His passion is acting as court appointed special advocate for Voice for Children. Mr. Giamela brings expertise in fair employment matters and leave management; ERISA litigation, compliance, payroll, tax audits, overtime audits, mass layoff strategy and management training. He has a successful record in defending clients in class action lawsuits. His background in arbitration is extensive.  Ms. Sandberg has significant experience defending businesses in public accommodation access litigation involving claims of inaccessibility of facilities filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, and various federal and state regulations. Her background in litigation instilled an eye for details and the ability to quickly understand technical, complex issues.

 

*speakers/schedule subject to change


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