How Can I Benefit from the ITLMA? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sherry Evens   
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 00:00
Fellow ITLMA members, you spoke, and we listened!

Our Association, formerly the National Time Equipment Association, and for the last several years, the Independent Time and Labor Management Association, continues to evolve to serve its members whose interests lie in the realm of human capital accountability in the workforce. For the first time ever, our Board Member Amanda Robbins conducted a post-conference survey right after our June 2011 Las Vegas Conference. The results showed that attendees really appreciated the “meat and potatoes” presentation by our keynote speaker, Jim Kahrs of Prosperity Plus, along with our Vendors’ presentations. We have already lined up a fabulous speaker for our 2012 Indianapolis Conference, who will be giving us solid advice on Employment Law. Now, I know that doesn’t sound interesting, but I’ve heard this gentleman, and he maintained his audience interest for 90 minutes in spite of being an attorney! And your Board will be securing other presentations and workshops on business methodology that will improve your bottom line.

We’ve also taken our show on the road! We have a fabulous new ITLMA booth which I have personally used recently at the Indiana Society for Human Resource Professionals regional conference. Attendees were amazed at our organization and really appreciated knowing we existed for workforce management resources. We will be exhibiting throughout the year at other shows, spreading the word about the only association of its kind that deals with any organizations’ most important resource: its workforce!

Finally, our Workforce Asset Management Certification program is taking shape and will be launching soon. Please take time to examine the materials coming your way that address this heretofore untapped potential of elevating workplace professionals to the knowledge they need to truly understand time and labor management. Together, we can change the workplace for the betterment of both employees AND employers!

Keep your suggestions coming!

Much success,
Sherry Evens