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COUNCIL HOSTS EMPLOYER CONFERENCE Print E-mail
August 04, 2000 11:00 pm

PORTLAND The Oregon Employer Council is producing a human resource and employer conference at the Doubletree Hotel Sept. 20-22.

The conference is open to business people from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. It features three educational threads: technical advances for business, staff recruitment and retention and business services for employers.

The conference presenters are experts in the human resources and technology fields covering such topics as moral decision-making as a retention tell, new strategies for hiring quality workers, looking to the future of the Internet and e-commerce and government services available to employers.

Registration free for the meeting is $175 before Aug. 31 and includes course materials and meals. After Sept. 1, the registration fee is $199.

Interested employers may request registration information from Marney Roddick at (503) 947-1305, or visit the web site: http://www.workinginoregon.org/oec/conf.

 

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