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Alexandria, Va. – Jan. 13, 2012
– Political pollsters Peter Hart and Neil Newhouse
will headline the
SHRM 2012 Employment Law & Legislative Conferencescheduled March 4-7 at the Hyatt Regency Washington hotel in Washington, D.C.
Widely regarded as two of the nation’s leading political pollsters, Hart and Newhouse will share findings regarding what Americans -- including lawmakers -- think of current politics, economic policies, and regulatory issues impacting the U.S. and the 2012 workplace. Hart is chairman of Peter D. Hart Research Associates and Newhouse is a partner and co-founder of Public Opinion, both based in Washington.
The lineup will also include Ray Suarez, a senior correspondent with the
PBS NewsHour. More speakers are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
Together, the pollsters, employment law experts, and journalists will provide attendees a comprehensive view of the political and regulatory climate impacting business legislation and human resource practices.
Topics and issues include:
More than 500 human resource professionals from across the U.S. are expected to attend the conference.
SHRM President and CEO Henry ‘Hank’ Jackson said of the conference: “Every year is key where legislation and human resources are concerned but presidential election year 2012 will serve to answer unprecedented economic questions impacting the labor force. Human resource professionals looking for insight to offer their employers will be served well by attending SHRM’s employment law and legislative conference”
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