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    HR Day on the Hill 2012

    Date: January 30, 2012, 9:00am – 3:00pm
    Organizer:
    WA State Council of SHRM
    Location:
    General Administration Bldg, Auditorium, Capitol Campus
    11th Avenue, SE & Columbia St., SW
    Olympia, WA
    Price:
    Free
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    HR Day on the Hill 2012

    Why should you attend this event?

    • Become informed on current legislative reforms being proposed by Legislators & meet HR movers and shakers, HRCI credit pending
    • Meet Legislators in a comfortable forum to discuss current legislation, which affect your business.
    • NETWORK!! – There’s never a better time to meet other HR Professionals!
    • Vote to identify important legislative issues

    Tentative 2012 “HR Day on the Hill” schedule:

    • Legislative Update:  Which bills have been introduced, which “have legs” and where can you make your voice heard?  Key dates and legislative issues.  Presented by AWB General Counsel Kris Tefft and David Black, Esq., SHRM WA Legislative Director.

    Key legislation issues:  Pending - TBA

    Local Chapter Reports:  2 minutes each

    • Lunch with Legislators:  Key legislators and department heads will be invited to speak to the group and field questions about pending legislation.  Make your voice heard on issues that matter to your business and as an HR professional! 
    • Identify Legislative Issues: Identify and vote for legislative issues important to your chapter.
    • Capitol Tours.Tours before and after event, attend public hearing (advance scheduling recommended).   

    What to be aware of Today and in 2012

    • Labor Relations:  New NLRB Posting requirements
    • Federal level:  New FMLA, Wage and Hour, Arbitration and other developments
    • State & Local level:  State law developments, Coordinator with Federal Agencies & Enforcement, Workers’ Compensation, Workplace Safety, Worker Skill Gap, Seattle Paid Sick Leave  

    What can I do?

    Learn how to get involved with national, state and local legislative initiatives 

    To visit the WA State SHRM Council page and RSVP to attend, please click here