22nd Annual Advanced Employment Issues Symposium

November 15-17, 2017 | Paris Las Vegas Hotel

DEADLINE ALERT: Early Bird Pricing Expires April 1!


CONFERENCE SNAPSHOT: 2017 will be a tumultuous year for American employers as a new presidential administration overhauls the regulatory agenda. Attending AEIS will help prepare you to get ahead of workplace policy updates with a comprehensive overview of breaking legislative changes, strategies to overcome compliance issues, and a networking opportunity unmatched by any other conference on the market. You will leave with the tools you need to limit your company’s liability under federal law and drive future business success.


2017 breakout tracks include the need-to-know updates and insights on the areas of:

  • System Shake-Ups
  • New Reality of Work; and
  • Latest Compliance Conundrums

Find out why the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS) is one of the most reputable and longstanding employment law conferences in the nation!

Attendees will:

  • Discover how the latest court decisions will impact your policies, including those on hot topics like gender identity and whistleblower claims.
  • Get down in the trenches with practicing attorneys and federal regulators, who will update you on the very latest changes to employment laws and your compliance obligations. What's happening with the ACA or overtime? Our experts will have the answers.
  • Pinpoint the most common stumbling blocks before it's too late, including major pitfalls involving employee screening, drug testing and more!
  • Access proven, practical strategies for overcoming your top challenges, like FMLA abuse and reporting, so you can feel confident as your organization's resident employment law expert.
  • Network with other HR professionals who face the same challenges and can share best practices for implementing compliant and effective policies.

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Space is limited. Secure your seat today!

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Accreditation

HRCI Accreditation | PHR • SPHR • GPHR

AEIS has been pre-approved for 10.25 hours of general recertification credit (16.25 total hours if you attend two pre-cons) toward PHR and SPHR recertification. For more information about certification and recertification, please visit the HR Certificate Institute website at www.hrci.org.

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BLR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

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More Valuable Than SHRM

"This conference gave great bang for the buck and delivered greater value and return than the SHRM Conference. The networking and variety were wonderful."
-Beverly Young
HR Director
Memorial Hospital/Carbon County

Comprehensive Coverage

"This is an excellent program and with so many offerings, attendees are able to streamline their individual programs to fit their needs. The presenters are top-notch and interested in complete coverage of their subject and answering our questions."

-Susan Rasbury
Executive Assistant and Compliance Coordinator
Louisiana Tech University

Use-It-Now Guidance

"Excellent sessions and speakers giving up-to-the-minute information. I am taking loads of information back to Fort Wayne Community Schools to share with other areas in HR. Thank you so much and I look forward to next year’s event."

-Marcia Simmons
Employee Relations Specialist
Fort Wayne Community Schools

Networking Opportunities Abound

"I always have benefited greatly by attending this conference. I like the format and the added boost of interacting with fellow HR professionals."

-Rita Carpenter
HR Director
Minneapolis Radiation Oncology