Federal Workplace Training & Expo 2017

Date
2017-08-07 - 2017-08-10
Organizer
Exhibitors
30
Attendees
350
Event contact title
Marketing Manager
Event contact first name
Sarah
Event contact last name
Goetter
Email
sgoetter@lrp.om
Event contact telephone number
215-784-0941
Description
For three decades, thousands of federal HR, EEO, diversity, employee/labor relations and ADR practitioners have turned to FDR for unparalleled training and the unique opportunity to interact with government leaders and industry experts — at an unbeatable value! The FDR Advisory Board, composed of experienced practitioners, crafts each year’s program to ensure that the topics covered are timely, relevant and address the current issues affecting agencies. Sessions span four educational tracks: Equal Employment Opportunity, HR/LR/ER, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Attorney/Legal. Attendees can focus on one track or mix and match sessions from them all — making FDR a truly customized training experience. Sessions also include Town Hall conversations, Bonus sessions, and the cyberFEDS® Users Group. Make plans now to join FDR in San Francisco, and see why past attendees say: “FDR is by far the best annual training event for Federal employees.”
Attendee information
Who Should Attend • HR & Personnel Practitioners • EEO Counselors, Investigators & Specialists • Civil Rights Officers • Employee Relations Specialists • Labor Relations Specialists • ADR Practitioners & Mediators • Attorneys & General Counsel • Union Representatives
Exhibitor information

Assure your team the best possible space by reserving your booth early! Don't miss your once-a-year chance to gain qualified leads and showcase your products and services to federal government HR decision-makers.

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