Native American Human Resources Conference

Event contact title
To sponsor:
Event contact first name
Mary
Event contact last name
Hoffman
Email
sponsor@nativenationevents.org
Event contact telephone number
201-857-5333
Fax
201-857-5332
Description

The Fifth Annual Native American Human Resources Conference will be held January 26th-27th, 2015 at the Flamingo Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. Through a series of panels, round-table discussions, and two tracks geared specifically to Insurance Options and Recruitment and Retention Strategies, attendees will hear from top experts in the human resources field on topics such as labor and employment law, managing enterprises of all sizes, insurance and benefits, financial planning for employees, the benefits of technology, TERO and many more! At this two-day intimate forum, you will network with tribal leaders and human resource professionals who share the common goal of finding the most effective ways to manage their various tribes and enterprises.

 

Attendee information

Who Should Attend: · Accounting Firms · Business Management Service · Economic Development Professionals · Employee Relations Professionals · Financial Advisors and Benefit Providers · Human Resource Advisors · Human Resource Analysts · Human Resource Consulting Firms · Human Resource Information Systems · Human Resource Managers & Directors · Human Resources and Employee Management Consultants · Human Resources Professionals from Native American Tribal Governments and Tribally-owned enterprises · Insurance providers · Lawyers specializing in Labor Law · Recruitment Outsource Companies · Risk Management and Strategic Planning Firms · Staffing Specialists · Third Party Administrators · Training & Technical Assistance Firms · Training companies · Tribal Leaders and Council Members · Workforce Management Firms

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