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SHRM Live: 2016 Human Capital Challenges

    December 17, 2015
    SHRM Live: 2016 Human Capital Challenges


    Did you miss SHRM Live: 2016 Human Capital Challenges? Don't worry, the full program is now available on-demand, and just a click away. Hear from SHRM thought leaders as they discuss the key HR challenges we will face in 2016 - and how to prepare, adapt and prosper.

    Register for the program here. 

    If you have already registered, go to the SHRM Live home page and login using your SHRM Member ID and last name.

    You can view the entire event* or individual presentations. Segment slide decks can also be downloaded.

    *2.5 Self-Paced Professional Development Credits (PDCs) will be awarded for viewing the on-demand version of the entire event. The Activity ID will be displayed at the close of the event.

    SHRM Live: 2016 Human Capital Challenges
    Moderator: Elissa O'Brien, Vice President, Membership

    Lead in the Decade of Human

    Get inspired to lead at this pivotal moment.

    Henry (Hank) G. Jackson,
    President & CEO, SHRM

    Come to Grips with the Evolution of
    Work & the Worker: Major Global Trends

    Face the changes on the horizon and prepare to address them.

    Mark Schmit, Executive
    Director, SHRM Foundation

    Navigate Legislative and Regulatory Developments
    Assess compliance challenges ahead and chart your course to success.

    Michael P. Aitken, Vice President,
    Government Affairs, SHRM

    Build HR Competencies to Find, Keep, and Develop Talent
    Pinpoint areas for developing yourself and your team.

    Debra Cohen, Senior Vice President,
    Knowledge Development, SHRM
    Alexander Alonso, Vice President, Research, SHRM

    Practitioners' Panel: What Will It Take to Move Forward?
    Bridge the gap between theory and practice through guidance from your HR peers.

    J. Robert Carr, Senior Vice President,
    Jeff T.H. Pon, Chief HR & Strategy Officer, SHRM
    Bettina Deynes, Vice President, Human Resources & Diversity, SHRM

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