Get Social with CalSHRM
We know networking is a huge part of your professional success. When you meet with your peers, you have an opportunity to learn collaboratively, hear new ideas, and validate or change your perspectives, especially needed in California. Learn what others are doing and be inspired to implement something similar or share thoughts and practices to reaffirm you're already on the right track! Perhaps find a mentor or become one and develop valuable connections to help you further your career.
You have worked hard to earn your professional certifications, keep your credentials up to date by earning credits towards your SHRM, HRCI, and/or MCLE recertification.
Help shape future public policies and amplify HR’s voice at the state capitol by participating in the Advocacy Track and meeting with your state representatives and their staff.
Well known premier California Attorneys and business experts deliver up to date information on the current legislative climate, recent case law implications in employment practices, and best practices for establishing risk-adverse practices under these laws in California.
A few of the 2023 Keynote Speakers include:
CalSHRM19 provides over 15 hours of learning sessions to help attendees with navigating and mitigating the complex legal, legislative and judicial landscape.
The 2023 California State HR Advocacy and Legislative Conference is the premier employment law and legislative advocacy focused conference in California. Almost 550 human resource and business professionals from across the world doing business in California, attend this unique conference.
The 2023 California State HR Advocacy and Legislative Conference attracts senior level human resource professionals including CHRO’s, EVP’s, VP’s, and more. We are the only human resources conference dedicated to California Employment Law and Legislative Advocacy.
Our program features well known premier California attorneys and business experts, delivering up to date information on the current legislative climate, recent case law implications in employment practices, and best practices for establishing risk-adverse policies under the laws in California.
The Advocacy Track provides the unique opportunity for HR and business professionals to meet with their legislative representatives and staff, to help shape future public policies and amplify HR’s voice at California’s state capitol.
Don't miss the HR conference of the year!
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