Last week we took a closer look at the Changing World Track being offered at The Retail Merchandising & Marketing Conference (RMMC), presented by World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards. Today we will focus in on the Human Resources Track. It is one of four tracks offered in a value-packed agenda that also features Sales & Marketing and Performance as track options. RMMC offers group rates so you can bring your human resources team to the event to take in these exciting breakouts.
The Human Resource Track sessions will take place on Monday, April 29 and Tuesday, April 30. Each attendee may select one breakout at 11:30 AM and another later in the afternoon.
The Monday 11:30 AM session of the HR Track will examine something of great interest to all at-retail merchandising and marketing service companies who provide people to perform in-store initiatives on behalf of retail and manufacturer clients. Will Lucero and Jennifer Betts, with ProActive Human Resources Services, will take a look at The Changing Demographic of our Labor Force.
A little later, at 3:30 PM, Rob Dooley with World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards Health Exchange will present the importance of Creating a Safe Harbor Plan for you and your employees, and provides ways in which your business can minimize taxes with the Affordable Care Act. There is no hotter topic in HR today than health care reform and the Affordable Care Act.
The HR Track concludes on Tuesday at 9:45 AM with The Foundation of a Fully Engaged Workforce. Eric Bourget, president and founder of Half Serious, will walk you through their approach to design for engagement. Using tools such as persuasive design, game mechanics and behavioral psychology, Half Serious helps organizations achieve better business results by optimizing workforce engagement.
All of this information, and more, is available on the official RMMC website including registration and a new mobile app. Visit today, register and take your place among your industry peers as together we Learn, Change, Grow.