ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The NACS Human Resources Forum is the must-attend event for HR professionals. This year, the forum is being held March 20-22 in Savannah, Georgia, and attendees will receive up to 10 continuing education credits from HRCI and SHRM.
"As an HR leader in our industry, I attend the NACS HR Forum because it is a great place to network and meet new people who are facing and dealing with the same issues as I am—plus, all the legal updates keep me out of trouble and in compliance,” said Kurt Weigel, training and recruiting director, Weigel's Stores. “It is great to hear from peers I have known for a long time, sharing insights near and dear to their hearts and the companies they represent."
The HR Forum allows human resources professionals to forge lasting connections with other HR leaders, get exclusive insights into the top-of-mind issues in the current convenience market and uncover solutions and strategies to the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Here’s what you can expect from attending the HR Forum:
- Exceptional content, presentations and case studies that generate bright ideas
- Engaging, in-depth discussions on how HR can innovate within recruiting, retention and development
- Legal and data-driven insights delivered by legal counsel that focus on new laws and regulations impacting the convenience industry, as well as exclusive NACS data on compensation and hiring
- Valuable, long-lasting connections you can capitalize on for the rest of the year—and years to come
Don’t miss out on the benefits and insights of the fruitful conversations at the forum this year. Register today to save your seat at the upcoming HR Forum now.
Also, here is coverage of last year’s forum in the NACS Magazine article “Building a Winning People Strategy.”
If you’re still on the fence about whether to attend, check out what a past attendee has to say about the experience.