Removing the Mystery, Drama, and Suspense from Employee Management and Labor Relations

Feb 4, 2018

4:00 PM

Registration opens at 2:00 p.m. and the opening session begins promptly at 4:00 p.m.

The OHPELRA Annual Training Conference (ATC) is OHPELRA's premiere event and is traditionally held the first week of February, beginning on Sunday and ending on Tuesday.

OHPELRA kicks the program off on Sunday with a general session for early arriving attendees followed by a reception/NFL Super Bowl party. The ATC then features two days of information packed plenary and concurrent sessions involving a plethora of topics surrounding employee and labor relations and human resources management.

The program also provides interaction for those attending through the President's reception and banquet, followed by social activities, the annual Pat Webster Memorial Euchre Tournament, music, and other activities held Monday night.  This year, we have dueling pianos!

OHPELRA lives up to its commitments to succeed to educate, inform, provide interaction for its members, and advocate for excellence in public sector labor and employee relations with the ATC.

Click HERE to view the conference agenda.

Cancellation Policy:  Registration fees, minus a $40.00 fee, will be refunded if the written cancellation is received no later than January 22, 2018. Substitutions may be made at any time. No refunds will be offered after that time

Hotel reservations must be made directly with Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center by calling 614.880.4300 or booking online at Hotel Booking.  A special room rate of $119 per night has been secured. Please mention “OHPELRA” or our group code: 141784 to access our reserved block of rooms. The room block guarantee expires January 14, so reserve your room early.

Materials will be available in late January online at username and password will be provided with electronic confirmation upon completion of registration for the conference.

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