SHRM's Employment Law & Legislative Conference 2018

Event contact title
Manager, Exhibits & Sponsorships
Event contact first name
Event contact last name
Davis, CEM
Event contact telephone number
(703) 535-6102

Stay informed about the latest legislative issues pending at federal and state levels. Keep compliant on issues that affect how you conduct day-to-day operations. Gain the best information you can so you can execute your plans to the best of your ability. The SHRM Employment Law and Legislative Conference provides a unique and invaluable opportunity to meet human resource professionals who have employment law accountabilities. These attendees include HR generalists, employment law specialists, legislators and others who share a common desire for timely, innovative and practical information on employment law and legislative issues.

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  • Get a clear understanding of the complex world of workplace legislation and court decisions that impact how you do business.
  • Learn about the latest regulatory and enforcement activities from those on the front lines of implementing federal employment laws.
  • Identify and address common pitfalls that can put your organization at risk, such as pre-employment screening, FLSA compliance and sexual harassment claims.
  • Get tools, tips and resources that help minimize your organization’s exposure to litigation.
  • Be an advocate! Influence the HR public policy agenda by attending the Capitol Hill visits.
  • Build your network of peers and resources.


  • Senior HR Professionals who need to know what’s next in workplace law & legislation seeking to successfully position their organizations.
  • HR professionals seeking practicable, actionable guidance on workplace management.
  • HR managers seeking to build compliant organizations and manage risk.
  • HR practitioners who want to hear from leaders and legislators on how workplace law affects them.

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