64th Human Resources Management Conference
October 25-26, 2018 Birmingham, Alabama
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About the Conference
Hosted by The University of Alabama, the HRM Conference is designed to develop the
full range of skills and knowledge vital to the success of the contemporary human
resource professional. Presented by experienced human resource and employment law
experts from across the state, this conference is consistently referred to as a must-attend
Learn more about the 2017 HRM Conference in this video from our appearance on ABC
33/40's Talk of Alabama.
Who Should Attend?
The people who will most benefit from attending the HRM conference are the executives,
human resource managers, and practitioners who are truly concerned about their most
precious asset: people. Additionally, if you find yourself in the following functional
areas, this conference is designed for you:
- Employee and industrial relations
- Organizational development
- Benefits and compensation
- Selection and placement
- Safety and security
- Training and development
- Legal compliance
- Management practices
- Owner or manager of a small business
What participants said about the 2017 HRM Conference:
- Overall, great conference and it was evident that great planning went into producing
an all-around successful HR conference for attendees. Thanks for providing this professional
development opportunity in the Birmingham area which made it possible for me to attend
- Always look forward to this conference every year. Highest quality of any available
in the state.
- Love this conference. All relevant topics and speakers. Love the size of the event.
- As usual, the conference provided me with excellent information, resources and material
to apply in the workplace. I really get a lot of value from this yearly event. I also
made connections with other professionals in the social events.
- The speakers are always excellent and appropriate for the times that we are in. The
location is great and the food was excellent. This is a very "cozy" conference I call
it. You can network easily with attendees and meet more people. It's not so big that
you feel lost in the crowd.
- [Most valuable aspect] The opportunity to network with vendors that could be potential
resources or vendors for my current workplace and the sessions, where were very informative.