2017 Conference Lineup

Maine HR Convention                  

May 9-12, 2017

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Your next journey to the Samoset.

Convention Mission Statement: Everyone thrives when HR is on top of its game, because human resources is the bridge to all parts of your enterprise. HR plays a strategic role in business mission development, helps align that mission with the boardroom and employees, implements employment practices that comply with legal mandates, inspires buy-in from the top level to the shop floor, enforces policies in a fair and consistent manner, and serves as an ethical and moral compass for employer and employee alike. Programming at the Maine HR Convention keeps all these things in mind with sessions that will expand HR business knowledge, build HR networks, and enhance HR careers.

Maine Workers' Comp Summit

August 27-29, 2017

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A Collaborative Approach to Workers' Compensation.

Join us at the Samoset this August 27-29 for Maine's Annual Workers' Compensation Conference. Connect with all the key players in the system at the 25th annual Comp Summit--the Board, the legal community, insurers and adjusters, occupational health providers, case managers, employers and employees--for a discussion of the latest trends and development on work-related injuries in Maine. 

Strategic HR at Mount Washington

October 29-31, 2017

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We create the experience, so that you can make a difference.

IMAGINE an HR conference where meeting room walls melt away and where you can connect with trend leaders from across the country. Join us for the annual strategic event at the historic Omni Mount Washington Hotel October 29-31, 2017. You will share company with HR executives, strategic thinkers, and entrepreneurs. Conversations will sparkle with high ideals and practical impact. Endorsed by the six SHRM State Councils in New England.