About the Conference
Don’t miss this opportunity to join your higher ed HR peers from across the country as we address some of HR’s most pressing challenges, including workforce planning, tackling racial and pay inequities, the future of work, and evolving policies and practices related to the pandemic. Do you have a story to tell or expertise to share? Submit a presentation proposal by February 8. Register for the conference by January 26 for the biggest savings.
In the opening keynote on Tuesday, Keith Sonderling, commissioner on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, will share insights on the EEOC implications of using artificial intelligence and machine learning in employment decisions. On Wednesday, Homa Tavangar and Eric Dozier, cofounders of the Oneness Lab, will present their workshop “Calling Out, Calling In, or Calling Up: Building Racial Literacy to Confront the Empathy Gap and Engage in Authentic Relationship-Building.” Closing out the conference on Thursday, Jody Urquhart, author, motivational speaker and stand-up comedian, will provide guidance on how we can ensure our employees are happy, empowered and recognized for their contributions, with the ultimate goal of improving morale and retaining key performers.