ERC hosts annual conference Featured

9:50am EDT July 22, 2002

The area’s largest employers association will host its annual conference Oct. 26 at Windows on the River in the Cleveland Flats. The conference, presented by the Employers Resource Council, will feature several informative session focusing on workplace practices and programs.

Bob Rosner, author of “Working Wounded,” is the keynote luncheon speaker. The one-day event will close on a humorous note as headliner Pat Sullivan takes a comedic look at the workplace in an afternoon comedy matinee at the Improv. Sullivan recently opened for Drew Carey.

“We expect that attendees at this conference will be quite pleased with the content and format of our program,” says Patrick Perry, ERC president. “The educational sessions are unique, will stimulate some terrific conversation and provide attendees with usable information that they can immediately implement at their businesses.”

The conference begins at 8 a.m. and will feature several interactive forums, including:

Surf’s Up – HR Style

The Untapped Workforce

Breaking Bad News to Good People

Pets, Ping-Pong and Productivity

Managing Against the Odd (Bob Rosner)

SBN magazine is a sponsor of the event, along with CareerBoard, Traveline, McDonald, Hopkins, Burke & Haber and Staffing Solutions. Registration can be made online at www.ercnet.org, or by calling Kristen Locastro at (216) 696-3636. Seats are limited. The conference fee is $175 per person.