May 12–14, 2021
No need to don a mask, take a COVID test or get on a plane, a train, or in an automobile. Enjoy the iconic Littler Executive Employer Conference from the comfort of your own office, home or remote workstation. We invite you to log on and join us for a three-day, complimentary virtual presentation. We will spotlight the issues of most importance to employers today as we continue to navigate the challenges of operating during a global pandemic while trying to keep employees engaged and focused on a post-pandemic future.
Registration: Opens the week of April 19
The 2021 invitation-only event is complimentary to our invited attendees.
What to Expect in 2021
Wednesday | May 12
Day one will feature topics that highlight the most significant recent developments in U.S. labor and employment law, the emerging trends born out of the pandemic, and the anticipated and not-so-anticipated challenges of the future. Sessions will focus on the legislative and regulatory agenda of the new Biden administration; the most pressing wage and hour concerns facing employers today; the continued confluence of state and local paid sick leave laws and disability accommodations; corporate diversity and social justice initiatives; COVID-19-related litigation trends; a fast-moving review of up-to-the-minute hot topics; and much more.
Thursday | May 13
Day two will be dedicated to exploring global labor and employment law issues. Join us as we travel around the globe and focus on the challenges facing international employers in different regions, including: Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America (Canada and Mexico), and South America. You will hear from Littler attorneys representing our global offices as they provide insight into the labor and employment law issues unique to their jurisdictions.
Friday | May 14
Day three will kick off with an exclusive interview with Andrew McAfee, co-founder and co-director of the Initiative on the Digital Economy and a principal research scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Andrew McAfee and Garry Mathiason, Littler shareholder and co-chair, Global Workplace Transformation Initiative, will discuss the current and future impact of digital transformation on the global workplace, including the necessity of organizational change for survival. Following this seminal event, groundbreaking sessions will be dedicated to examining workforce transformation, and its effect and impact on the workplace of the future and on your business. The day will conclude with an ethics session led by George Wood, general counsel, Littler.
2020 Virtual Executive Employer Conference Attendees Said:
“While we hope to resume face-to-face interactions, which allows us opportunities to hear more stories about what issues employers are facing, this was a well-constructed, thoughtful, extremely valuable two-day virtual session.
“I really enjoyed this seminar-it was extremely valuable. As a legal and HR professional, the guidance was most welcome.”
“I appreciated the range of offerings, the breadth of topics, and the engaging styles of the presentations and presenters.”