March 28-29, 2019 - The Florida Hotel, Orlando

Join us in Orlando for our 2019 HR & Wellness Conference, where the best of the FBA's HR Conference and SelectSource's Wellness Meeting combine at an engaging venue.

This year, our top-notch speakers will be 
addressing a range of topics from conflict resolution to salary and incentive pay plans. Don't wait, register NOW!

Who Should Attend?  This conference will benefit all levels of HR Professionals and will have topics such as 2019-2020 HR updates, health and wellness and much more.

Congratulations to our raffle prize winner Laura Love, with Axiom Bank - enjoy your two free room nights during the conference! 

Registration Prior to 2/28/19
FBA Member: $345.00
Non-Member: $690.00

Registration After 2/28/19
FBA Member: $395.00
Non-Member: $790.00

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More Schedule of Event Details Coming Soon!

Thursday, March 28, 2019

8:30 am - 9:00 am - Registration

9:00 am - 10:15 am
- Session One
The Manager's Guide to Banking Personalities
Kim Busse, Key Relationship Manager, The Omnia Group, Inc.
Hiring and retaining productive, successful bank employees presents an enormous challenge to many leaders in the industry. And, the cost of losing and replacing even a mediocre employee is equivalent to their annual salary (at a minimum). Depressing, we know. But, we can help! And we’ll help you make it look easy. This workshop helps you identify the characteristics to look for in candidates. Walk away with powerful interview questions, and learn the common traits found in top banking representatives.

10:15 am - 10:30 - Break

10:30 am - 11:45 am - Session Two
How "Smart" Are Your Emotions
Jackie Rolow, EVP & Chief Talent Officer, SHAZAM
Understanding and using emotions correctly can make you a better communicator and, ultimately, more effective in your job. This session will discuss strategies to increase your emotional intelligence and how to translate that into knowledge for better decision making.

11:45 am - 1:00 pm - Lunch

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm - Session Three
Bank Robbery Preparation - Before, During & After (From an FBI Agent's Perspective)
Special Agent, FBI
This session will cover how Bank employees can prepare to handle a bank robbery before it occurs, while it’s in progress and immediately after, in order to assist the FBI with catching the subjects and keep everyone safe.

2:15 pm - 2:30 pm - Break

2:30 pm - 3:45 pm - Session Four
Base Salary and Salary Administration Design and Best Practices
Michael Blanchard, CEO, Blanchard Consulting Group
This session will address pay equity regulations, setting job grades, conducting market research, performance evaluation best practices, and determining base salary and linking salary increases to positioning in a salary grade and performance. 

3:45 pm - 4:30 pm - Session Five
Annual and Long-Term Incentive Plan Design and Best Practices
Michael Blanchard, CEO, Blanchard Consulting Group
This session focuses on how banks use both cash and stock in performance-based compensation plans to attract and retain quality employees including plan designs features, payout opportunity levels, and methods to reduce risk in these incentive plans for executives, producers, and support staff.

Friday, March 29, 2019

9:00 am -  10:15 am - Session Six
Three Simple Strategies to Optimize Your Pharmacy Benefit
Shrina Amin, Pharm. D., Clinical Pharmacist, RxBenefits
Join us for a look at the what's driving pharmacy
  spend for employers in 2019 and three key strategies that can help mitigate costs. We'll discuss how uncovering your clinical gaps can provide true visibility into your pharmacy plan and lead to new opportunities to lower cost and improve health outcomes - with minimal member impact.

10:15 am -  10:30 am - Break

10:30 am - 11:45 am - Session Seven
Resolving Conflict In The Workplace (Without Calling Human Resources)
Rebecca Oeltjenbruns, President/CEO, Center for Practical Management
When conflict erupts in work groups, managers often try to correct perceptions (and misperceptions) by lecturing team members about who’s right and who’s wrong. Or they call Human Resources and ask you to resolve the problem. What if managers were better equipped to resolve conflict on their own? This session equips HR professionals to teach managers to use practical methods and tools to de-escalate the situation, resulting in brainstorming vs. blaming.

11:45 am - Adjournment

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