65th Human Resources Management Conference
October 10-11, 2019  Birmingham, Alabama

"Power of the Past - Force of the Future"

2019 Registration Now Open!

 

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 event!

Learn more about the 2018 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 2018 HRM Conference:

  • The conference was very educational and well planned. Thanks to the committee for all of their hard work!
  • Great conference, it was even better than last year's!
  • Love this conference. All relevant topics and speakers. Love the size of the event. Perfect!
  • This was my first conference and I really enjoyed it. I felt like it was well put together. 
  • I love the speakers at this conference. Very informative, positive and they presented new ideas to think about and take back to your employer.
  • I feel the most valuable aspect of the conference was having the freedom to talk candidly with other HR professionals and the opportunity to learn from each other.
  • [Most valuable aspect] Hearing potentially controversial and/or thought provoking speakers that forced the audience to look introspectively (without being too in your face) while also making us view our workforce with new eyes.