Next Event in 2023
November 7, 2023
7:30 - 9:00 AM
The role of HR in Employee Care
Facilitated by: Brett Billups
How do you measure the business ROI of employee care? How do you strike a balance between employee care and meeting the business needs of the organization while maintaining compliance to applicable standards? Now more than ever, the personal lives of employees are creeping into the workplace, impacting business productivity and limiting employee engagement. We will discuss this impact and steps you can take as an HR professional to help understand and address the business implications of an employee’s personal well-being.
CHRO, Marketplace Chaplains
Brett Billups is currently the CHRO for Marketplace Chaplains. MCHAP provides nationwide, professional employee care services to more than 5,500 workplaces every week, covering over 1.3 million employees and family members through regularly scheduled work site visits to companies such as Cargill, Andersen Windows, Gordon Food Service, AZZ, McLane Food Services, Chick-fil-A Restaurants, PING, and over 1,500 other companies. Brett has been an HR leader for over 30 years, serving in both the private, public and non-profit sectors. His broad career experience has provided him with a unique business perspective from field operations to the boardroom.
June 20, 2023
Political Correctness and Language Suffocation
Are HR leaders struggling to have difficult and important conversations with today's highly sensitized workforce? Are there ways to “lighten” the air while being respectful and while providing a nurturing environment that allows creativity?
February 28, 2023
Confessions of a Plaintiff’s Employment Lawyer: How CHRO’s Can Reduce the Likelihood of Being Sued by Their Employees
Presented by: Chris Antone
Chris will share his 40 years of experience defending management in workplace litigation and highlight those reoccurring problematic management properties that repeatedly cause employee lawsuits. Chris will provide advice on strategic initiatives designed to minimize the chance that your company will face an employee lawsuit in 2023.