Registration Opens for 2019 Michigan Healthcare Human Resources Conference

Posted on February 06, 2019

Michigan Healthcare Human Resources conferenceThe Michigan Healthcare Human Resources Conference, scheduled for April 11 at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development in Lansing, is a great opportunity to network and learn about the latest issues and trends facing human resources (HR) professionals.

This annual event is sponsored by the MHA Service Corporation Unemployment Compensation Program and the Michigan Healthcare Human Resources Association. Attendance at the conference will benefit a cross-section of professionals, from those new to HR to seasoned veterans in the field. Jennifer McClure, CEO of Unbridled Talent LLC in West Chester, OH, will open this year’s conference with a presentation about the future of HR and four strategies for effective HR leadership. Additional topics will include cultural competence, executive presence, interprofessional collaboration, combating opioids, employee leave management and more.

HR professionals who participate in the conference are eligible for 5.75 HR general recertification credits from the HR Certification Institute (2.5 credits of which qualify as Business Credits). For more information about the conference, contact Wendy Knight at the MHA. To register for this and other MHA events, an account should be created in the MHA Member Portal; activation may take up to 24 hours. For assistance, contact memberhelp@mha.org.


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