Spring 2020 CUE Conference
Positive Employee Relations
in Times of Crisis
Sunday, May 3, 2020 • ONLINE & ON DEMAND
Spring 2020 CUE Conference

Ted Ma

Listen to CUE Keynote Speaker Ted Ma talk about employee engagement and how to inspire engagement within your team on the ProjectHR Podcast! The episode also includes a short interview with Anne Cooper, J.D., Interim Executive Director, who discusses CUE's move online for this year's Spring CUE Conference!

 

Online & On-demand Conference

CUE is excited to offer you valuable and timely information on changes in the law, employee and labor relations updates, and best practices in this new format to protect everyone's health and safety during this unprecedented time.

Here's How It'll Work:

  1. The site will "go live" on the day of the conference (Sunday, May 3) and be available on demand.

  2. Registered Attendees will be sent a link along with a username and password for accessing the conference website.

  3. The website will include each speaker's video presentation, as well as any additional materials (slide deck, etc).

  4. The conference program will remain available to all paid attendees through June 30, allowing for flexibility in viewing.

Conference Rates

Member: $995 Non-Member: $1495

About

What happens at a CUE Conference?

Every year, CUE Inc. conducts two national conferences, one in the Spring and the other in the Fall. These events attract labor and employee relations professionals, labor lawyers and consultants from across North America and across the globe. Our members and attendees represent virtually every industry, and companies ranging from small businesses to large Fortune 100 employers.

While attending our conferences, attendees take part in sessions offering a cutting edge focus on pro-active human resources practices, and the latest developments in labor and employee relations. CUE conferences offer unparalleled networking opportunities with hundreds of other labor relations, human resources and operations management professionals.

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Keynote Speaker: Ted Ma

Keynote Speaker: Ted Ma

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How To Be The Leader Your Employees Never Want To Leave

Can you remember working with a leader that made a lasting impact on you?

You may not remember all the details, but you remember how they made you feel. Great leaders have developed the ability to inspire and empower their team.

This program explores strategies that will help you reduce turnover and improve employee engagement. Learn how to become the leader that others want to follow. Whether you are a seasoned executive or an emerging leader, you will be able to apply ideas from this session in both your personal and professional life.

Learning points:

TOPICS & SPEAKERS

Engage with industry leaders who will transform the way you think about employee relations in times of crisis.

Labor Law Update

Tanja Thompson

Tanja Thompson

Shareholder & Co-Chair Traditional Labor Practice Group
Littler Mendelson, P.C.

Mark Stubley

Mark Stubley

Shareholder and Attorney
Ogletree Deakins

2020 Workforce Policy Update

Marc Freedman

Marc Freedman

Vice President, Workplace Policy, Employment Policy Division
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Leading in Uncertain Times

Jim Gray

Grover Hall

HR Business Partner
NOVA Chemicals, Inc.
CUE Board Member

COVID-19 Legal Update - Canada

Mike Sherrard

Mike Sherrard

Owner & Lawyer
Sherrard Kuzz LLP Employment & Labour Lawyers

COVID-19 Legal Update - Europe

Dr. Gerlind Wisskirchen

Dr. Gerlind Wisskirchen

Partner
CMS Hasche Sigle

Risk, Resilience and a Culture of Preparedness

Elaine Dezenski

Elaine Dezenski

Founder and Managing Partner
LumiRisk, LLC

Mike Cheney

Gary S. Lynch

CEO & Founder
The Risk Project, LLC

Positive Downsizing - Not an Oxymoron

Jim Gray

Jim Gray

Owner
Jim Gray Consulting

Social Issues & Corporate Social Responsibility

Brett Ulrich

Director Human Resources
Verizon Wireless

Nick Kalm

Founder and President
Reputation and Crisis Management Expert

Mike Sherrard

Owner & Lawyer
Sherrard Kuzz LLP Employment & Labour Lawyers

Trends on Right to Work & Differences in Non RTW States

Mark Mix

Mark Mix

President
National Right to Work Committee | National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation

Keeping the Pulse
Skip Level Meetings,Surveys & Focus Groups

Tanja Thompson

Fiona Jamison

CEO
Spring International

Mike Cheney

Mike Cheney

Owner
Effective Labor Relations

Hiring for Culture Fit

Lorin Bradley

Lorin Bradley

Global Labor and Employee Relations-CoE
Merck

CUE Labor and Employee Relations Certification Course

The CUE Labor and Employee Relations Certification course will be offered during the Spring Conference. Attendees must attend all three sessions to qualify for the certification. The registration fee for the Certification course is $250 for members.

#1 Creating and Maintaining a Positive Employee Environment, led by seasoned ER professionals, is designed to highlight key elements of a successful plan to maintain a positive employee environment; present some elements of the ER programs and processes in use in the instructors' companies and provide an interactive environment focused on sharing and discussing best practices in the positive ER field.

#2 U.S. Labor Law and its Impact on Remaining Union-Free, led by seasoned labor lawyers, is designed to highlight key sections of the National Labor Relations Act and Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, as well as a few seminal cases and how those elements impact employers' plans for remaining union-free. The instructors will present the relevant elements of the Acts and then provide scenarios designed to elicit discussion on how the Acts impact that scenario.

#3 How to Communicate During a Campaign Under the "New Normal" of Social Distancing and Remote Work, led by Phil Wilson.

Phil Wilson

Phil Wilson

President & General Counsel
Labor Relations Institute | Approachable Leadership

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