What happens when you pack six of the Chamber’s traditional and popular educational/training opportunities into five weeks? That depends on you. Take a deep dive into a variety of programs to enhance your knowledge – and boost your on-the-job value.

Highlights:

2019 Indiana Worker’s Compensation Conference
May 16, JW Marriott Indianapolis

  • Indiana employers pay among the lowest worker’s compensation rates in the country. Find out how to control your rates.
  • Mental and emotional health: Can you differentiate fact versus fiction?

Environmental Permitting and Reporting Conference
May 21-22, Indiana Chamber Conference Center

  • Lapses in compliance and factors of enforcement are causes for the most common violations.
  • Learn preventive strategies – from air, water and waste 101 to the nitty gritty of how to handle the arrival of a notice of violation letter.

Indiana Conference on Energy Management
June 4, Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

  • Keynote Presentation: U.S. Energy Policy: Progress and Warnings (Christopher Guith, U.S. Chamber’s Global Energy Institute)
  • Hot topics: Greenhouse gas, electrification and more

Employee Benefits Seminar
June 12, Indiana Chamber Conference Center

  • Did you know that up to 80% of employees cite benefits as the ultimate reason for choosing a new job or remaining at their current one?
  • Hot topics: Transgender coverage and telemedicine/telemental health

ADA Seminar
June 19, Indiana Chamber Conference Center

  • Learn new strategies and ways to protect your organization with case studies and real-life examples
  • Ask a lawyer your specific questions in closing session

FMLA Seminar
June 20, Indiana Chamber Conference Center

  • Since its enactment in 1993, FMLA remains one of the most common litigation pitfalls
  • Learn the basics of FMLA, different types of accommodation and how to handle leave abuse

Register online at www.indianachamber.com/conferences for these and additional programs or contact Nick at (800) 824-6885.

To learn about sponsorships, contact Jim Wagner at (317) 264-6876 or [email protected].