Join Jon Bumgarner and Kelly Manning on Wednesday, November 15th, to learn “What HR Professionals can be thankful for in 2018,” the next installment in the Conner Chat series, sponsored by Conner Insurance and Hall Render. Enjoy complimentary breakfast and important information on recent developments for HR professionals.
What HR Professionals can be thankful for in 2018
Hot Topics in Human Resources:
- A summary of recent developments in employment law
- Welcome news that will affect your next EEO-1 report
- The EEOC’s continued focus on the providing leave as a reasonable accommodation
- Evolution of HR: Human Resource Management yesterday, today and in the future
About The Speakers
Jon Bumgarner is a member of the Indiana, Indianapolis, American and Federal Bar Associations as well as the American Health Lawyers Association. He represents management all over the country in all types of labor and employment issues with a special focus on OFCCP jurisdiction, affirmative action compliance and HR shared services matters. Jon also regularly advises clients regarding discipline and discharge, wage and hour, disability discrimination and accommodation, FMLA, policy and handbook review, alternative dispute resolution, recruitment and hiring practices and workplace harassment issues. Jon has been published in multiple publications, and has been a regular speaker on these and other topics throughout his career.
A certified senior HR professional with over 15 years of experience in human resource management, Kelly Manning brings her vast wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Conner Insurance team to assist our partners with strategic human resource planning, talent acquisition, employee relations, policy development, compensation, benefit administration and performance management.
Formerly serving as Director of Human Resources for New Hope of Indiana for over a decade, Kelly has personally overseen the implementation of online recruitment processes, significant streamlining of onboarding processes and implementation of organization compensation strategies. Her work and her skills have indirectly helped thousands of Hoosiers improve their quality of life.
8:00AM – 8:30AM | Registration
8:30AM – 11:30AM | Seminar Discussion
Indiana Wesleyan University
3777 Priority Way South Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46240