Program Track Definitions
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HR Florida wants to make your conference experience productive and informative. To help you customize your program selection, we have developed several program tracks to select the presentations that best meet your needs. This guide will assist you in selecting programs that will optimize your conference experience.
Note: Program Tracks correspond closely to the SHRM Learning System® body of knowledge.
Business Management & Strategy
Human resource professionals are more often relied upon for their input as a strategic partner, playing a key role in helping the organization meet its business goals. Learn how you can be an effective partner by supporting organizational vision, mission and values through effective programs that maximize employee performance and create business value. Through these sessions you will develop an understanding of how to utilize business metrics to achieve organizational goals, and develop programs that influence and execute strategies for managing organizational change, while developing your own skills as a strategic leader.
Workforce Planning & Employment
In today’s changing environment, managing talent is an organization’s highest priority and HR’s biggest challenge. Learn from the experts how they met the challenges of sourcing, recruiting, retention and organizational exit while meeting the demands of the internal and external business environment. Learn about successful workforce planning strategies that address the needs of all employees in the organization, from the C-suite to the production line.
Human Resource Development
Human resources are an organization’s greatest asset, but even though they are the key to an organizations’ success, they are often taken for granted. An employee’s first day is the beginning of their career as potential executive leaders. Learn from our speakers how to develop employee skills, knowledge, and abilities that retain good talent and help meet current and future organizational and individual needs.
Compensation & Benefits
Key to an organization’s strategic success is the retention of top talent. Achieving this success and competing in today’s environment for the best talent can have its challenges. Our presenters show you how to develop, implement, and evaluate compensation and benefit programs that support organizational goals while addressing the needs of different employee groups.
Employee & Labor Relations
The world is changing, and the need to balance employer and employee rights and needs in support of the organization’s goals and objectives is of the highest priority. Our expert presenters will guide you through the process of developing the right balance for your organization. Learn the importance of assessing organizational climate, managing relationships and working conditions, and evaluating effective employee relations programs. You will also learn about recent changes in labor law and how they can impact organizational strategy.
Every employee has the right to work in a safe, secure working environment. Human resources is instrumental in developing and maintaining programs, policies and procedures that provide a safe secure working environment for employees, while also protecting the organization from potential liability. Attend these sessions to learn about current issues and how you can implement effective strategies to protect both employees and the organization.
The Global Human Resources Discipline deals with all aspects of HR within the worldwide context. It includes matters such as management of global workforces, expatriation and repatriation, HR practices and laws around the world and those arising in specific countries and regions. In these sessions attendees will learn about careers, communications, legal and regulatory issues, technology, metrics, outsourcing and effective practices in the Global HR arena.
Compliance is not just about following rules – it is about anticipating issues, understanding trends, and fulfilling legal requirements. Our expert speakers will share their experiences in developing programs that address compliance issues, using metrics for evaluation, and preparing for the challenges that can derail organizational success.