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August 21, 2013

Indiana Chamber seminars focus on human resources

Three September workshops hosted by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce will offer opportunities to learn more about various aspects of human resources, including the important topics of employee benefits, supervising and managing people, and a new program on fiduciary training.

Event details include:

• 2013 Employee Benefits Seminar, http://www.indianachamber.com/index.php/employee-training/employee-benefits-seminar-2013, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 12. Changes have occurred at the federal level to FLSA, HIPAA, Medicare. and more. These changes will affect how you do business. Seminar attendees will learn about the changes and how to avoid costly fines and penalties for those who do not comply. The seminar is presented by Ogletree Deakins and counts as one credit towards the completion of the Human Resource Specialists Certificate. Cost is $299 for Indiana Chamber members; $329 for non-members.

• Supervising and Managing People Workshop, http://www.indianachamber.com/index.php/employee-training/supervising-and-managing-people-workshop-2013, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 12 and 20. Presented by Comprehensive Performance Systems, this two-day workshop covers the role of a successful manager, keys to improving communication, being a more effective leader, developing a personal plan for success, techniques for motivating people and much more. Cost is $599 for Indiana Chamber members; $699 for non-members.

• Fiduciary Training Seminar, http://www.indianachamber.com/index.php/employee-training/fiduciary-training-seminar-new-program, 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 26. This new seminar will be divided into three sessions that will discuss the general fiduciary overview, review of procedural duties and current industry topics. Among the agenda items: the background of fiduciary rules, prohibited transactions and conflicts of interest, trends with agency audits and reporting and disclosure requirements. The seminar is presented by Barnes & Thornburg LLP and ProCourse Fiduciary Advisors. Cost is $199 for Indiana Chamber members; $229 for non-members.

All seminars will be hosted at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Conference Center in downtown Indianapolis. For all three, a special discount of buy one registration, get a second for half off is also available. For more information or to register, visit www.indianachamber.com/conferences or call (800) 824-6885.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce partners with 15,000 members and investors – representing 2.6 million Hoosiers – to achieve the mission of “cultivating a world-class environment which provides economic opportunity and prosperity.”

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