Building the Workplace of Tomorrow: Hiring, Engagement & Compliance
Franklin Terrace Ballroom
Hilton Tampa Downtown
211 North Tampa Street
Tampa, FL 33602
Registration: $75 per person
The attorneys of Fisher Phillips invite you to join us for the Fisher Phillips Tampa Workforce Symposium, Building the Workplace of Tomorrow. This year’s symposium will provide an afternoon exploration of emerging trends and challenges we expect to see in the workplace of the future. We will also bring together our local leaders to give an overview of developments, trends and opportunities for attracting and retaining a skilled workforce, and the new challenges confronting business communities when planning for the workplace of tomorrow. This program is designed specifically for employers, in-house counsel, and HR executives.
1:30 - 2:00 PM
2:00 – 3:00 PM
It's High Time To Engage Your Employees
Research conducted by a Gallup Poll suggests that a majority of American workers are not engaged in their jobs, with a key finding that the less engaged employees are with their work and their organization, the more likely they are to leave. Organizations often dedicate less thought and fewer resources to attracting and retaining talented employees. So not only are employers faced with the challenges of how to engage their workforce, but how to position them for success. In this session we will discuss how your organization can immediately engage and energize employees, developing a deeper connection essential to your organization’s success.
3:00 – 4:00 PM
Federal Labor & Employment Law Compliance Under the New Administration
As we move into 2018 and beyond, what can we expect from the current Administration, Congress and federal regulatory agencies? This session explores how agencies, such as the National Labor Relations Board, the Department of Labor and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, intend to carry out their plans through rulemaking and regulations. Find out what these agencies have in store for your organization, and how these changes will impact a wide spectrum of employment practices ranging from hiring procedures to pay practices. We will explain how you can comply with these new and developing requirements while continuing to manage a quality workforce under challenging economic conditions.
4:00 – 5:00 PM
Navigating the Changing Workplace of Tomorrow: Conversation with the Chamber
We will bring together our local leaders to give an overview of developments, trends and opportunities for attracting and retaining a skilled workforce, and the new challenges confronting business communities when planning for the workplace of tomorrow.
Meet your panel:
Tony Carvajal – Executive Vice President, Florida Chamber Foundation
Bob Rohrlack – President and CEO, Tampa Chamber
Chris Steinocher – President and CEO, St. Pete Chamber
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Hickman at email@example.com or 954.847.4713.
* SHRM and HRCI, and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are pending.