Employment Law Forum 2017
The Metropolitan Room, Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel
By April 11, 2017 $995 MAPI Member Company $1,195 All Others
After April 11, 2017 $1,095 MAPI Member Company $1,295 All Others
Arrival Reception is covered under the registration fee.
Arrival Dinner (Cost of dinner paid for by individual’s credit card at restaurant)
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In one day, we’ll provide you with the knowledge, tools, and insights to move the needle on Employment Law ROI. The Employment Law forum is a best practice sharing deep dive session to learn the latest developments in employment law that are impacting manufacturers. Sessions will include highlights of the latest employment law developments and peer-to-peer case study examples.
Who should attend?
Manufacturing firm human resources executives and law department attorneys with responsibility for employment law.
What makes MAPI forums different?
Roundtable discussions: Rich dialogue on the issues you care about, moderated to keep discussions focused on the “so what”.
Peer to peer sharing: There are no talking heads. Almost all of the content is delivered by your peers at global manufacturers, sharing experiences candidly.
No death by PowerPoint: While our presenters deliver outstanding content, we schedule ample time for interaction and Q&A, so that you can dig deep on the topics that matter.
No pitches: Our forums never have more than one sponsor, and there are no sales pitches. None.
Balance of strategy and utility: Our forums deliver great content around strategy and peer-tested frameworks for putting those strategies into action
- Kick off at 6:30 p.m. on April 24th with a networking reception.
- Forum will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Breakfast available 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.)
- Case studies led by peer manufacturers
- Attendance is limited to facilitate openness and interactive discussion
- CLE credits may be available
MAPI provides a limited number of half-price registrations for otherwise eligible attendees who cannot afford the full registration fee. To this end, MAPI allows qualifying attorneys to request a 50% reduction in the fee for all events priced at $500 or more. To qualify, an applicant must work for a manufacturing company in a capacity that has direct responsibility for employment law management. Further, the applicant must submit a completed registration form, as well as a statement explaining why s/he cannot afford the full registration fee. Applications must be sent to the attention of email@example.com by the final registration date indicated on the registration form. Thank you for your interest in MAPI.
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Questions & Contact
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As state legislation of marijuana expands, manufacturers need to ensure their worksites remain safe from impaired employees. An attendee will discuss how that is achieved at his company.
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