Announcing Annual HR & Management Conference from the Greenville Society for Human Resource Management

The Greenville Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (GSHRM) announces their annual HR & Management Conference.

The conference will take place May 19th and 20th, 2020 and offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to 12 human resources professional development credits. The first day kicks off in the afternoon with a complimentary webinar for all conference registrants. Next is a half-day pre-conference workshop featuring national speakers. The day winds up with a networking social for all sponsors, speakers, and attendees. The second day offers a robust conference agenda starting with an Employment Law Update followed by a keynote presentation delivered by Colene Rogers, a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach The conference continues with sessions by a combination of HR practitioners and legal counsel from a variety of firms with more than 100 years combined experience. Attendees will enhance their skills, expand their knowledge, network with colleagues and interact with a variety of top-notch sponsors/vendors.

“As HR Professionals, People Managers, and Business Leaders we are the drivers of development, growth, and function for our organizations. At the GSHRM HR & Management Conference you will experience in-depth and forward-thinking sessions and workshops focused on your role within the organization. Don’t miss out!” Jenni Stone, Conference Chair

This annual conference enables human resources professionals to learn the latest in a variety of relevant topics including workforce development, compliance, HR technology and much more. For more information and to register, visit

Since 1947, The Greenville Society for Human Resource Management (GSHRM) has played a key role in helping business professionals increase their knowledge and skills in the human resource arena. Through professional services, monthly meetings, and professional accreditation support, GSHRM members are recognized as leaders in their profession throughout the Greenville area. The majority of GSHRM members are also national SHRM members, and many hold professional certifications in the human resource field. For more information, visit

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