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HR Conference 2018 WI

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  • Overview

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    Elevating the Employee Experience

    There has never been a more crucial time to focus your efforts on elevating the work experience of your employees. MRA’s HR Conference will provide you with tangible ways to help you raise the bar throughout the entire employee life cycle, from recruitment to retention, while building and solidifying employee loyalty along the way. And it’s not just about the employees, but it’s also time to elevate you—the HR professional! This conference will provide you a space to grow your skills and address the mental health load that HR teams continue to shoulder. Join MRA for an experience that will elevate YOU and your employees.

    Join us for one of MRA’s most anticipated events!

    Date/Time Type Location
    Thursday, May 11, 2023; 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. In-Person (Wisconsin) Italian Community Center
    631 East Chicago Street
    Milwaukee, WI 53202
    Thursday, May 11, 2023; 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Virtual (Wisconsin) Online
    Thursday, June 8, 2023; 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. In-Person (Minnesota) MRA Conference Center
    5980 Golden Hills Drive
    Golden Valley, MN 55416

    Who Attends:
    Leaders in talent acquisition, workforce planning, total rewards, compensation, benefits, workforce planning, employee relations, and employee development are encouraged to attend.

    Call for Speakers Now Open!

  • Rates


    Location Fee
    Wisconsin In-Person Member: $250 (before 4/26/23) | $300 (after 4/26/23)
    In-Person Nonmember: $375
    Virtual Member: $250
    Virtual Nonmember: $375
    Minnesota In-Person Member: $250 (before 5/24/23) | $300 (after 5/24/23)
    In-Person Nonmember: $375
  • Sponsorship


    Sponsoring MRA events is a tremendous opportunity to bring your message of business value to our growing membership of organizations HR professionals and business leaders. Our members represent all industries including manufacturing, service, distribution, finance and health care! 80% of event attendees are new at each event offering you the opportunity to network with new contacts. We are very excited about the event this year and hope you can join us!

    For more information on sponsorship and exhibit booths, call Kim Mitschke at 262.696.3505 or [email protected].

  • Accommodations and Guidelines

    Accommodations and Special Requests

    Please contact us at 800.488.4845 or [email protected] in advance for any accommodations, special requests, or dietary needs. Nursing mothers, please ask the MRA representative at the front desk or the program instructor to show you our private area. Food and beverages provided at conferences, programs, and Roundtables will vary. If you have any special dietary needs (gluten-free, vegetarian, allergies, etc.), please contact the MRA location in advance, so we can provide an appropriate meal.

    Event Safety & Responsibility

    MRA considers the safety of all those onsite at the HR Conference: Transforming Talent & Total Rewards as our top priority. In partnership with the Italian Community Center, we will ensure:

    • Masks are not required, but optional disposable masks will be available at the registration desk.
    • Hand sanitizer will be positioned at registration and beverage stations.
    • Responsible food and beverage service and room sets.
    • Venue space will be cleaned thoroughly and frequently during the conference.

    If you feel sick the day of the event or have been in close contact with someone who is ill, please consider staying home and tuning into the event virtually. Please call MRA at 262.696.3319 for an access link.

    Virtual Event Guidelines

    MRA is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all event participants and MRA staff.

    To ensure a comfortable learning environment for all event attendees, discussions should be focused on the meeting topic at hand. Expected behavior is outlined below:

    • Exercise consideration and respect in your speech and actions.
    • Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and speech.
    • Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert the online MRA moderator if you notice violations of these guidelines or have concerns about fellow participants.

    Participants violating these Guidelines will be asked to stop any inappropriate behavior and are expected to comply immediately. If the issue continues, MRA reserves the right to take any action deemed necessary and appropriate, including, but not limited to, removal of the participant from the public chat, from the event, and/or banning from all future events.

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