#Nextchat: SHRM Advocacy – At the Intersection of Work, Workers and Workplace #SHRMLeg

 

Now that the 116th Congress has settled in and is busy addressing important workplace issues, there is no better time to discuss SHRM’s public-policy priorities that are situated at the intersection of work, workers and the workplace! SHRM is focused on educating new and returning members of Congress on key policy priorities including workforce development, workplace equity, workplace immigration, and workplace flexibility and leave.

The 2019 SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference provides a unique opportunity for HR professionals to highlight these issues on Capitol Hill while also offering attendees the latest legal compliance updates! Whether you’re a first-timer or a veteran attendee, there will be something for everyone. This event offers sessions that dissect workplace policy at the federal and state levels, discussions with young professionals on their perspective of the workplace, conversations about best practices to recruit and retain individuals with a criminal background, and much more!

We are expecting more than 650 HR professionals from around the country in Washington, D.C., from March 18-20 at #SHRMLeg. This year we are excited to share with you an innovative new format. The conference will encompass six general sessions, over 25 interactive sessions led by thought leaders, and our popular Advocacy Day events. The conference will also provide attendees unique experiences with great networking events.

Join SHRM’s Government Affairs team at 3:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 13, for a #SHRMLeg #Nextchat! This pre-conference chat will gather #SHRMLeg registrants and HR public-policy devotees to discuss workplace policy issues, offer advocacy tips and provide must-attend session suggestions to make the most of your time in Washington, D.C.

Q1. On Advocacy Day, we will be educating Congressional offices on SHRM’s public-policy priorities including issues of workforce development, workplace immigration, workplace equity, and workplace flexibility and leave. How are these public-policy issues currently impacting your organization?

Q2.  One topic SHRM will be advocating on is employer-provided education assistance and student loan repayment as a benefit. How might changes to expand employer-provided education assistance impact your talent acquisition and retention efforts, as well as your employees?

Q3. Why is it more important than ever for HR professionals to engage in advocacy?

Q4. There are a number of sessions at #SHRMLeg that will address compliance updates. What workplace compliance challenges are keeping you up at night?

Q5. What speakers, topics or sessions are you most looking forward to at the #SHRMLeg Conference?  

Q6. What advice do you have for first-time attendees to “know before they go” to the #SHRMLeg Conference? 

Q7. What advice would you offer to first-time participants of the Advocacy Day Capitol Hill visits at the #SHRMLeg Conference?  

Q8.  If you have attended a SHRM Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in the past, what was a “WOW!” moment you experienced and what keeps you coming back?

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