Each spring the Oklahoma State Council for HR Management sponsors the largest conference in Oklahoma for HR professionals. Each year the conference invites top talent leaders from across the country to share their expertise and knowledge in all areas of Human Resources.
Valuable Education and Networking Experience
The conference offers a wide range of education and programming from entry level to senior leadership, in benefits, compensation, recruitment, selection, retention, compliance, leadership, organizational development, training, and talent management and much more. Offering an exceptional education and networking experience for the HR professional, in addition to exhibit and sponsorship opportunities for the vendors supporting Human Resource Professionals. This conference is one you will not want to miss.
Get Ready to PowerUp and be Energized at OKHR 2014!
The 2014 Oklahoma Human Resources State Conference and Expo will be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma on May 6th – 9th. We are very excited about 2014 as the conference will be moving to a new venue, the beautiful Downtown Tulsa Convention Center. This new venue will allow the 2014 conference to be bigger and better than ever with more speakers, sessions, vendors and events. We will also be able to utilize the new Tulsa Ballroom, the largest convention center space of its kind in Oklahoma. Bringing the conference and expo to downtown Tulsa will allow conference vendors and attendees to take advantage of the numerous restaurant choices and entertainment opportunities in Tulsa's revitalized downtown districts!
Registration is now open for the 2013 OKHR Ready to Work Conference!
Back by popular demand, in conjunction with the Potts Family Foundation, the Oklahoma HR State Council is pleased to announce regi...(more)
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