LeaveLogic Events and Conferences
Upcoming Events and Conferences
Event: Salesforce Women’s Network – Women in Leadership Panel
Date: Wednesday, April 19 (6pm – 9pm)
Location: 10 degrees, 1312 E. Union Street Seattle, WA 98122
For more information: https://seattlewomeninleadershipreception.splashthat.com/
LeaveLogic CEO and Founder, Anna Steffeney, will join a panel of female entrepreneurs to discuss excelling as women in leadership. This is event will also be an opportunity to hear from a network with other local women to form a community that fosters empowering women in the workplace.
Event: 2017 DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference
Dates: Monday, May 1 – Wednesday, May 3
1001 Marquette Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS
The United States is at a crossroads in considering whether and how the nation can ensure working people have access to paid family and medical leave and access to paid sick days. The drumbeat for change — both through private sector initiatives and public policy developments — is unmistakable. There is a growing, common understanding that current policies and practices are not meeting working families’ needs, an emerging sense that national level public policies are needed to fill the void, and an evolving and powerful body of evidence that paid leave works well where laws are in place. To kick off the conference, we’ll provide a snapshot of recent developments and a framework for considering the proposals that lawmakers have put forward. We will touch on evidence that dispels myths about paid leave and shows that paid leave programs benefit America’s employers, their workers and families, and the overall economy. And we’ll address the reputational and talent attraction benefits employers can realize from adopting family-forward policies.
Stop by the Exhibit Hall and say “Hi!” to LeaveLogic!
Register Now for the 2017 DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference
Event: 2100% Talent Wage Gap Summit
Dates: Tuesday, May 23
Location: Motif Hotel, 1415 Fifth Ave, Seattle, WA, 98101
For more information: smcc.bz/WageGapSummit17
LeaveLogic CEO and Founder, Anna Steffeney, will be speaking on the topic of talent in the session titled “Best Practices for Engaging Your Talent.”
Past Events and Conferences
Spring Forward with Women Leaders 2017
Panel Title: “How to Become an Executive Leader”
Date: Thursday, April 6
4545 Roosevelt Ave NE
Our region has systematically struggled with issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion—especially in the flourishing entrepreneurial community that we have established over the past few years. In an attempt to continue combating this disparity, CoMotion Labs has partnered with other Puget Sound based organizations for an event on nurturing leadership as part of “Spring Forward with Women Leaders.” Our panel on April 6 will highlight the opportunities and challenges for women in leadership in technical/STEM-based fields, entrepreneurship, and investing. We will have networking for the first and last 30 minutes with a 1-hour panel discussion in between.
- Rebecca Lovell (City of Seattle)
- Anna Steffeney, LeaveLogic
- Avni Patel, Poppy
- Leen Kawas, M3Technology
- Mischa Jakupcak, Mechanical Dreams
For tickets: Register Here
LeaveLogic Plenary Session Title “There is More to Family Leave than Just Policy”
Date: Tuesday, March 28
Location: Grand Ballroom of the Westin St. Francis Hotel
The objective of the session is to lay out corner stone business cases behind paid family leave policies. The presentation will leverage industry benchmarks and the most recent analysis to discuss this possible shift of the market place to provide more inclusive paid family leave benefits and share best practices for solution road mapping paid family leave programs. This session will aim to frame a spectrum of strategies to help employers right size their policy, programs and employee experiences and highlight the importance of a federal policy passage to drive certainty and standardization of benefit coordination in the marketplace as well as how to provide a path to move family leave from a compliance issue to a talent management strategy.