Register for the 2024 NACS HR Forum

Register for the 2024 NACS HR Forum

January 2024   minute read

The NACS Human Resources Forum educates and connects HR professionals working in the convenience and fuel retailing industry. HR leaders can meet other HR leaders within the industry to develop new ideas and exchange insights into top-of-mind issues.

Attendees will benefit from engaging presentations on topics vital to their job, valuable opportunities to build relationships with peers and case studies that can generate new ideas. This event will also enable attendees to forge lasting connections and share innovative solutions to stay on top of current challenges.

By attending the NACS HR Forum, HR professionals will build the toolkit needed to deliver next-level HR value. Register today to save a seat among HR leaders within the convenience and fuel retailing industry.

What attendees can expect:

• Exceptional content:

Custom-made, high-level content that fosters a fruitful dialogue among participants.

• Working group discussions:

In-depth discussions on how HR professionals can innovate within recruiting, retention and development.

• Legal and data-driven insights:

Sessions delivered by legal counsel focusing on new laws and regulations that impact the convenience industry; exclusive NACS data on compensation and hiring is also presented.

• Lasting relationships:

Attendees can build a strong peer network that also can function as a personal board of advisors to help with work issues and opportunities throughout the year and in years to come.

• HR solutions:

A firsthand look at HR solutions and technologies via a curated list of HR partners who will help prepare attendees for the future of work.

• CEU credits:

Participants will receive CEU credits from HRCI and SHRM.

To request more information, please contact Brandi Mauro, NACS education program manager, at [email protected].

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