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PPMA Meeting Focuses on important HR topics
To focus on these important topics, the Pulp and Paper Management Association (PPMA), will bring together a host of industry experts at its annual Human Resources conference, October 23-25 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
"With the theme "212° The Importance of the Extra Degree," the Annual Meeting will provide attendees with "information that can be used to improve business performance, both personally and within their companies," notes PPMA Executive Director, Dick Kendall. "In addition, we have a strong speaker line-up featuring a panel discussion about the latest in human resources issues and solutions."
Topping the list of presenters is John D. Williams, President of Domtar, who will provide this year's CEO's perspective on our industry as he focuses his address on Domtar's business approach.
Industry experts scheduled to speak include:
A panel discussion will focus on PPACA compliance and what you can do to best position your company. Panelists include:
While at the PPMA conference, attendees will be able to network with top HR professionals from Fortune 500 companies. On Wednesday evening, attendees will have the chance to network and relax with fellow attendees at The Safe House, one of Milwaukee's most unique restaurants.
Registration for the conference is $490 for PPMA members and $590 for nonmembers. For more information, contact Elise Hitchcock at: [email protected], or 770-209-7214.
For more information, go to www.ppmausa.com/2013annualconference.
For seventy-five years, PPMA has served as a primary source of information on labor settlements, human resources, governmental and operational issues. It conducts surveys, hosts educational conferences, provides industry summary data, and conducts research into member inquiries. Its current membership includes union and non-union facilities involved in producing and converting products allied with the paper industry.
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