1/2 Day Afternoon Conference Spring '18 WCHRA Legislative and Case Law Conference

  • Wednesday, April 18, 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Colorado Mesa University ballroom (University Center) 1100 North Avenue, Grand Junction CO

Registration

  • Individuals wanting to join WCHRA and attend the morning portion of the Spring 2018 conference at the special rate of $275.00
  • Individuals wanting to join WCHRA and attend the morning portion of the Spring 2018 conference at the special rate of $225
  • Individuals attend the morning portion of the Spring 2018 conference at the rate of $175.00
  • Individual wanting to attend the morning session of the 2018 Spring Conference $150
  • Individuals wanting to attend the morning portion of the Spring 2018 conference at the special rate of $150
  • Individuals wanting to attend the morning portion of the Spring 2018 conference at the special rate of $125

Registration is closed

Spring ’18 Legislative and Case Law Conference Wednesday, April 18 2018

Afternoon Session


The Western Colorado Human Resource Association's annual spring conference is the largest gathering of HR professionals on the Western Slope, offering an exciting opportunity to connect in person with colleagues and service providers. Detailed agenda at http://wchra.org/resources/Documents/WCHRA%20Spring%20Legal%20Update%202018%20agenda.pdf.

1/2 Day Afternoon Registration includes:
  • Catered Lunch
  • Afternoon Sessions
  • Evening Reception (separate registration required)
We appreciate our partners from Bechtel & Santo sharing their expertise about…
  • Recent changes in Employment laws and regulations at the Federal and State levels
  • Employee Handbook up-dates
  • Meet with key service providers/exhibitors face to face
  • Workplace Accommodations and Coordinating Complex Leaves
  • Compensation and the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • HR in the #metoo Era

Access to the Evening Networking Event 
(Separate registration required)
Learning and Libations session from Triad EAP Wednesday evening – From Disruption to Design: Managing Bullying Behavior

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