FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber) will host its fourth annual Employer Best Practices Symposium, themed “Being First in the Business of People,” from 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, March 9, at the Kenton County Library, Erlanger Branch.
In today’s fast-changing workplace, employers will excel at finding and advancing the talent they need by putting their people first, the NKY Chamber said. Thriving businesses acknowledge the humanity of workers and encourage their people to show up as their “full selves.” The symposium will spotlight ways that local leaders and regional experts have changed policies and mindsets, resulting in improved employee retention and increased profitability.
“Being first in the business of people is a ‘must’ for businesses’ bottom lines and for the families that live and work in our community,” said Talia Frye, vice president of Brighton Center and chair of the NKY Chamber event. “The symposium features regional thought leaders and local employers, large and small, who are embracing job quality and seeing the results of their work in the vitality of their businesses.”
The presenters and keynote speaker will provide actionable ideas that can help build credibility, trust, and value between employers, employees and the community.
The morning keynote presenter, Scott Koloms, founder and CEO of Canopy, will start things off with his presentation, “Making Kentucky First in Good Business.”
There will be four roundtable breakout sessions featuring the following presenters and topics. Learn more at the symposium webpage.
The Employer Best Practices Symposium is ideal for small business owners, operations and human resources professionals and C-suite leaders from all types of organizations. SHRM credits are available.
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