Earn up to 15+ recertification credits

(7 Business, 8 General, 1 Ethics, plus 5 additional credits pending approval)

2021/10/29 07:00:00

ATTENDEES

The 2021 HR Tampa Virtual Conference & Exposition will host 750+ attendees, the majority of whom will include, senior Human Resources (HR) professionals, supervisors, managers, and directors currently practicing in the Human Resources field.

SPEAKERS

The Conference will include subjects and topics in the SHRM Body of Competency & Knowledge and HRCI Body of Knowledge. All presentations will meet the criteria for recertification credit from both SHRM and HRCI.

SPONSORS

Join HR professionals as they come together and collaborate on the many ways at this year’s HR Tampa Virtual Conference & Exposition. Many nationally known and prominent speakers, along with information packed workshops.

REGISTRATION

Premium

Members

FREE

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Basic

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$75.00

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$125.00

Groups 4

Or More

$95.00

SCHEDULE

15.0 hours of SHRM and HRCI recertification credit

7 live and up to 15 on demand

Time - EDTEvent
7:30 - 8:30 AMEarly Bird - Legislative Update
William (Bill) Grob

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8:30 - 8:45 AMWelcome & Opening Remarks
8:45 - 9:45 AMGenerational Diversity in the Covid-19 Era
Jessica Stollings-Holder

Details
9:45 – 10:00 AMBreak
10:00 - 11:00 AMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient Workforce - Business CreditReturning to "The Office": Lessons in Leading the Unexpected
Gena Cox

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtLoose Cannon or Linchpin? Onboarding for New Manager Success
Jennifer Currence

Details
Organizational EffectivenessInvesting in the Future: Creating An Internship Program
Ryan McNulty & Morgan McLaughlin

Details
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Business CreditEquality Through Equity: Practical Application of DE&I Metrics in Driving Change
Amanda Benincasa

Details
11:00 - 11:20 AMBreak
11:20 - 12:20 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceMental Wellness: Don't Wait for Normal
Kate Corbin-Brown

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtLeading in the Experience Age
Ed Krow

Details
Organizational Effectiveness - Business & Ethics CreditEthics: A Higher Standard
Lorna Kibbey

Details
Diversity, Equity & InclusionUnmasking Autism: Perspective on Hiring Practices and Bringing Whole Self to Work
Scott Fontechia

Details
12:20 - 12:45 PMLunch Break
12:45 - 1:45 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceBuilding Trust in Remote Teams: Optimizing Connection, Collaboration, and Cooperation
Tina Hallis

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtPower of Performance Feedback
Amber Vanderburg

Details
Organizational Effectiveness - Business CreditAligning Your HRIS to Your Organization’s Vision: HRIS Selection and Preparation for Implementation
Lori Lastowski

Details
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Business CreditAll Talk Little Change: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Action
Priya Dhingra Klocek

Details
1:45 - 2:00 PMBreak
2:00 - 3:00 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceWellness – Helping HR Dispel the Myths About Nutrition
Stacy Scrabis

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent Mgmt - Business CreditConflict Capable Leadership in a New Era
Anna Nielsen

Details
Organizational EffectivenessNegotiating Benefits 101
Steve Watson

Details
Diversity, Equity & InclusionAssertiveness and The Bamboo Ceiling
Dr. Abby Hamilton

Details
3:00 - 3:15 PMBreak
3:15 - 4:15 PMClosing Keynote - Advance Your Understanding of People Now More Than Ever
Sonia L. Aranza

Details
4:15 -4:30 PMClosing Remarks

Thursday, October 21

12:00 – 1:00PM ET

Solutions for Supporting Female Employees

The burdens of the pandemic have unquestionably impacted everyone’s work lives. But women, particularly working mothers, have experienced some of the most impactful adversities. In this session Lisa will discuss practical strategies for employers to support female employees; planning for a post-pandemic world in relation to gender and minority equity, including pay equity and diversity and inclusion challenges; implementing action plans and programs to curb the economic and societal impact on women.

 Learning Objectives

  • Solutions to implement in their organization to recognize and address unconscious bias
  • How to nurture a culture in which women have equal opportunity to achieve their potential over the long term

Lisa McGlynn

Lisa McGlynn is an experienced employment attorney in Fisher Phillips’ Tampa office. She represents a variety of employers in all areas of labor and employment law. She defends employers in state and federal court litigation and arbitration on a wide variety of employment-related claims. Lisa also regularly counsels employers on employee relations including preventing issues before they arise. Lisa has been a longtime supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and has served in various volunteer leadership rolls.  Lisa is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay.

Katie J. Androff

As the Vice President of Talent Management, Katie supports the mission of the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay by serving as the chief people champion of the senior leadership team through highly developed human resource and organizational development capacities, including creating the environment, processes and tools that are efficient and effective in attracting, developing and retaining extraordinary coworkers who are compassionate, competent and devoted to supporting and improving the lives of people in crisis. The organizational environment at CCTB is integrity-driven, safe, empowering, offers choice and developmental opportunities, catches people doing things right, celebrates employee accomplishments and milestones, promotes teamwork and collaboration and is client focused.

Thursday, October 28

12:00 – 1:00PM ET

The Expectations Of Today’s Workforce: What HR Needs to Know

We have all witnessed how the pandemic has changed the way’s we have learned to work. The power of these new adaptive ways of working and collaborating have been embraced and will likely never be reversed. Allowing for more flexibility, work Rick will focus on training the workforce of the future, accommodating, and responding to different generations, attitudes, and expectations, creating a sense of belonging for upcoming generations who think differently about work and transforming companies to meet the new normal.

Learning Objectives

  • Implementing a workforce of the future training program
  • Understanding of generations who think differently about work

Brett Owens

Brett Owens is an attorney in the Fisher Phillips’ Tampa office. He devotes his practice to all aspects of labor and employment law. Brett has litigated employment disputes throughout state and federal courts in Florida, including, individual claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, trade secret and restrictive covenant disputes, and class and collective actions under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Labor Standards Act. When employers are faced with litigation, Brett strategically relies upon the discovery process to position disputes for an early resolution. When necessary, Brett has assisted with trying several cases to verdict in state court and has served as lead counsel before administrative agencies.

Rick Grimaldi, Author of “Flex”

Rick’s unique perspective comes from his diverse career in high-ranking public service positions, as a human resources and labor relations professional for an international hi-tech company, and in private practice as a partner in a large law firm working with companies to help them adapt to the ever-changing business environment, achieve their workplace goals, and become better employers. Rick has been recognized as one of America’s best lawyers in three of the last four years.

+ Conference: Friday, Oct 29, 2021
Time - EDTEvent
7:30 - 8:30 AMEarly Bird - Legislative Update
William (Bill) Grob

Details
8:30 - 8:45 AMWelcome & Opening Remarks
8:45 - 9:45 AMGenerational Diversity in the Covid-19 Era
Jessica Stollings-Holder

Details
9:45 – 10:00 AMBreak
10:00 - 11:00 AMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient Workforce - Business CreditReturning to "The Office": Lessons in Leading the Unexpected
Gena Cox

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtLoose Cannon or Linchpin? Onboarding for New Manager Success
Jennifer Currence

Details
Organizational EffectivenessInvesting in the Future: Creating An Internship Program
Ryan McNulty & Morgan McLaughlin

Details
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Business CreditEquality Through Equity: Practical Application of DE&I Metrics in Driving Change
Amanda Benincasa

Details
11:00 - 11:20 AMBreak
11:20 - 12:20 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceMental Wellness: Don't Wait for Normal
Kate Corbin-Brown

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtLeading in the Experience Age
Ed Krow

Details
Organizational Effectiveness - Business & Ethics CreditEthics: A Higher Standard
Lorna Kibbey

Details
Diversity, Equity & InclusionUnmasking Autism: Perspective on Hiring Practices and Bringing Whole Self to Work
Scott Fontechia

Details
12:20 - 12:45 PMLunch Break
12:45 - 1:45 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceBuilding Trust in Remote Teams: Optimizing Connection, Collaboration, and Cooperation
Tina Hallis

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent MgmtPower of Performance Feedback
Amber Vanderburg

Details
Organizational Effectiveness - Business CreditAligning Your HRIS to Your Organization’s Vision: HRIS Selection and Preparation for Implementation
Lori Lastowski

Details
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Business CreditAll Talk Little Change: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Action
Priya Dhingra Klocek

Details
1:45 - 2:00 PMBreak
2:00 - 3:00 PMBreakout Sessions
Building A Resilient WorkforceWellness – Helping HR Dispel the Myths About Nutrition
Stacy Scrabis

Details
Employee Engagement / Talent Mgmt - Business CreditConflict Capable Leadership in a New Era
Anna Nielsen

Details
Organizational EffectivenessNegotiating Benefits 101
Steve Watson

Details
Diversity, Equity & InclusionAssertiveness and The Bamboo Ceiling
Dr. Abby Hamilton

Details
3:00 - 3:15 PMBreak
3:15 - 4:15 PMClosing Keynote - Advance Your Understanding of People Now More Than Ever
Sonia L. Aranza

Details
4:15 -4:30 PMClosing Remarks
+ Pre-Conference Sessions

Thursday, October 21

12:00 – 1:00PM ET

Solutions for Supporting Female Employees

The burdens of the pandemic have unquestionably impacted everyone’s work lives. But women, particularly working mothers, have experienced some of the most impactful adversities. In this session Lisa will discuss practical strategies for employers to support female employees; planning for a post-pandemic world in relation to gender and minority equity, including pay equity and diversity and inclusion challenges; implementing action plans and programs to curb the economic and societal impact on women.

 Learning Objectives

  • Solutions to implement in their organization to recognize and address unconscious bias
  • How to nurture a culture in which women have equal opportunity to achieve their potential over the long term

Lisa McGlynn

Lisa McGlynn is an experienced employment attorney in Fisher Phillips’ Tampa office. She represents a variety of employers in all areas of labor and employment law. She defends employers in state and federal court litigation and arbitration on a wide variety of employment-related claims. Lisa also regularly counsels employers on employee relations including preventing issues before they arise. Lisa has been a longtime supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and has served in various volunteer leadership rolls.  Lisa is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay.

Katie J. Androff

As the Vice President of Talent Management, Katie supports the mission of the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay by serving as the chief people champion of the senior leadership team through highly developed human resource and organizational development capacities, including creating the environment, processes and tools that are efficient and effective in attracting, developing and retaining extraordinary coworkers who are compassionate, competent and devoted to supporting and improving the lives of people in crisis. The organizational environment at CCTB is integrity-driven, safe, empowering, offers choice and developmental opportunities, catches people doing things right, celebrates employee accomplishments and milestones, promotes teamwork and collaboration and is client focused.

Thursday, October 28

12:00 – 1:00PM ET

The Expectations Of Today’s Workforce: What HR Needs to Know

We have all witnessed how the pandemic has changed the way’s we have learned to work. The power of these new adaptive ways of working and collaborating have been embraced and will likely never be reversed. Allowing for more flexibility, work Rick will focus on training the workforce of the future, accommodating, and responding to different generations, attitudes, and expectations, creating a sense of belonging for upcoming generations who think differently about work and transforming companies to meet the new normal.

Learning Objectives

  • Implementing a workforce of the future training program
  • Understanding of generations who think differently about work

Brett Owens

Brett Owens is an attorney in the Fisher Phillips’ Tampa office. He devotes his practice to all aspects of labor and employment law. Brett has litigated employment disputes throughout state and federal courts in Florida, including, individual claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, trade secret and restrictive covenant disputes, and class and collective actions under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Labor Standards Act. When employers are faced with litigation, Brett strategically relies upon the discovery process to position disputes for an early resolution. When necessary, Brett has assisted with trying several cases to verdict in state court and has served as lead counsel before administrative agencies.

Rick Grimaldi, Author of “Flex”

Rick’s unique perspective comes from his diverse career in high-ranking public service positions, as a human resources and labor relations professional for an international hi-tech company, and in private practice as a partner in a large law firm working with companies to help them adapt to the ever-changing business environment, achieve their workplace goals, and become better employers. Rick has been recognized as one of America’s best lawyers in three of the last four years.

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