For more than 70 years, Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA) has hosted Canada’s largest human resources conference, the HRPA Conference & Trade Show, to bring HR and business professionals alike together for a massive meeting of the minds. With the 2019 HRPA Conference & Trade Show just around the corner, we hope you’ll join us in Toronto, Canada from January 30th to February 1st.
Need convincing? Here are a just a few reasons you can’t miss the world’s second-largest human resources convention this year.
Big Conference = Big Presence
With over 160 HR professional development sessions and networking events, it’s easy to understand why HRPA’s annual conference draws in crowds from across the globe. The conference is bursting with opportunities to network with industry peers and learn from key voices at the forefront of business innovation and societal change.
Hear from the founder of the #MeToo movement, Tarana Burke, and the many voices that are echoing the call for change. And Mel Robbins, the bestselling author and award-winning commentator, will also be delivering her speech on a different kind of “5 Second Rule” that you certainly won’t want to miss.
We’ll Be There!
As an official conference sponsor, Ultimate Software will be in Toronto in full support of the betterment of the human resources industry that HRPA’s conference is all about. We’ll also be on the tradeshow floor at Booth #719 to provide information and demonstrations of our best-in-class HCM solutions.
We promise that your visit to our booth will be sweet—literally. Swing by our booth and step into our Ultimate Cookie Lab to walk away with a delicious cookie personalized with your smiling face etched onto it. We’ll also be hosting several giveaways with opportunities to win some exciting prizes you won’t want to miss.
Explore the State of Work
The theme for this year’s HRPA Conference & Tradeshow is Work Climate, or “the shared perceptions, mood, and attitudes about an organization.” You might be wondering how work climate is any different from work culture. While they are relatively similar, work climate focuses on the daily experiences of employees rather than the overall set of workplace norms.
As businesses far and wide adopt and embrace automation and increased diversity, those daily work experiences are experiencing a shift. As employees begin to feel the effects of these shifts, HR and business leaders will be called upon to help them navigate this new work climate.
Join nearly 5,000 of your peers this year to be a part of this groundbreaking conversation. We hope to see you there!