ALEXANDRIA, VA—Over the last many months, HR professionals have played a critical role in leading organizations through some of the toughest workplace challenges ever. And while there is a light at the end of this COVID-19 tunnel, there won’t be a complete return to normal. Workplaces will look and feel very different.
The NACS HR Forum can help HR leaders navigate the new workplace—and tackle challenges specific to the c-store industry.
This March, the peer-to-peer knowledge sharing is done virtually at the touch of a button, as attendees connect with like-minded and like-sized organizations in breakout groups and attend interactive Q&A-driven sessions that address real pain points and challenges.
The solution-driven content agenda tackles legal and legislative updates, including changes brought on by the Biden Administration, vaccine requirements and regulations. Virtual hiring practices, building a pipeline of leaders and diversity conversations are just a smattering of other topics being delivered by key HR leaders from Sheetz, the Fikes Companies and Kum & Go.
Sign up for a brief webinar to learn what’s in store for attendees at the HR Forum on March 9-11. Join Joanne Loce, forum moderator, and special guest, for a fast-paced 30-minute webinar with a sneak peek at this year’s virtual experience.
The webinar features a lightning round conversation with our guest speaker, and attendees will also:
- Become comfortable with the simple-to-use platform that houses the education sessions and breakouts.
- Explore the Networking Lounge to check out attendee profiles and chat with other attendees.
- Experience firsthand the live, collaborative environment of the forum.
Attendees to the webinar will receive $50 off HR Forum registration. Register today for the webinar.
With major transformation and changing employee expectations, convenience retail is heading into the next decade with a lot yet to be figured out. The NACS HR Forum can provide answers, by bringing HR leaders together to help each other succeed in a post-pandemic workplace.