Salt Lake City, July 16, 2019 – Utah’s Employers Council will hold its annual Employers Summit on August 15 from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City.
The summit is designed for leaders, managers, and compensation, benefits and HR professionals at all levels. 10 workshops and breakout sessions will help employers learn how to attract and retain the most talented employees, as well as navigate and take control of complex workplace issues. Topics include:
- *Morning Keynote – Coping with Health Crises in the Workplace
- Entitlement: Building a Rewarding Culture, Not a Culture of Rewards
- Legal Update: Compensation and Benefits in 2019
- Trust: From Shattered to Restored
- Transform Data into Actionable Insights
- *Afternoon Keynote: The Joy of Wrong
- Storytelling: A Remarkable Leadership Tool
- It’s Time to Get on Board with Employee Onboarding
- In Search of Pay/Performance Equilibrium
- Overcoming Challenges and Barriers in Workplace Communications
“Employers Council is excited to host this year’s Employers Summit and work with Utah’s employers to explore new ideas and better ways of doing things,” said Ryan D. Nelson, president of Employers Council’s Utah office. “The Summit will help organizations navigate complex workplace issues while taking advantage of emerging opportunities and technologies. It will also be an opportune time for employers in the region to learn about current trends, legal issues and best practices.”
For more information and to register, go to employerscouncil.org.
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Employers Council serves more than 4,500 employers, of all sizes and industries, providing the resources needed to build and maintain profitable organizations. Members are assisted by over 70 human resource, organizational development and survey professionals and 60 staff attorneys out of offices in Salt Lake City, Scottsdale, Denver, Colorado Springs, Loveland and Grand Junction. Employers Council provides employment law and human resource services to members facing the everyday challenges of operating a business. Employers Council also provides training to more than 25,000 member employees annually and offers unsurpassed HR survey data. For more information, visit www.employerscouncil.org.
CONTACT: Austin Isbell