You found this blog, or return to it, because you’re interested in workplace rights and employers that follow the law to a tee, right? Well, you’ll find the latest, best information on both and meet some dynamic business contacts to boot at Winning Workplaces’ 2009 annual event that will be held in Chicago on October 1-2. We’re calling it the ROI of Great Workplaces Conference.
Click here to:
- View event summary
- Add event to your calendar
- Watch a short highlights reel from our 2008 conference
- View fees and agenda (note that the agenda is still coming together)
- Learn about the location
- Book your room at the event hotel at the special Winning Workplaces rate
Besides the short video of last year’s conference at the above link, you can get a sense of what attendees experienced by checking out my photo recaps on our blog here and here.
Here’s more incentive to attend: Be one of the first 100 people to register and get $100 off your registration. Just click here and enter coupon code FRSTHUND when prompted.
Some of my favorite moments at this event happen when I meet new business people in between sessions. This was the case last year when I was finally able to meet and sit down with your host on this blog, Paula Brantner. I hope I’ll be able to do the same with you this year.
Register now for this event.
About the Author: Mark Harbeke ensures that content on Winning Workplacesâ€™ website is up-to-date, accurate and engaging. He also writes and edits their monthly e-newsletter, Ideas, and provides graphic design and marketing support. His experience includes serving as editorial assistant for Meredith Corporationâ€™s Midwest Living magazine title, publications editor for Visionation, Ltd., and proofreader for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. Mark holds a bachelorâ€™s degree in journalism from Drake University. Winning Workplaces is a not-for-profit providing consulting, training and information to help small and midsize organizations create great workplaces. Too often, the information and resources needed to create a high-performance workplace are out of reach for all but the largest organizations. Winning Workplaces is changing that by offering employers affordable consulting, training and information.