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Lockton Supports KC Event: Creating the Workplace of the Future

Several Lockton leaders are partnering with the Women's Foundation, the Society for Human Resource Management-Kansas City and the City of Kansas City, Missouri, on an exciting event August 10.

“Kansas City Works: Creating the Workplace of the Future” will offer engaging and timely content focused on attracting and retaining the best and brightest employees; equity and efficiency in the workplace; and implementing practices that support employees and their families.

Lockton’s Stacie Engelmann, Assistant Vice President and Human Resources Consultant, is helping coordinate the event, while Jamie Creek, Vice President and Lead IT Specialist, and Justin Truckenbrod, Senior Vice President and Total Rewards Managing Director, will serve as presenters and panelists.

Creek will lead the presentation: “Any Device, Anywhere, Anytime” about creating a flexible and effective workplace and how companies can combine mobility and virtual desktop technologies to evolve a traditional office to a highly flexible, collaborative, competitive work environment. Creek will discuss Lockton’s own successes and lessons learned along the way in making this transition.

Truckenbrod will serve on the “Competitive Leave Practices” panel, where participants will examine competitive practices on paid time off benefits – from both a national and Kansas City perspective.

Other speakers include Kansas City Mayor Sly James, Jane Walton, principal of Jane Walton Consulting and author, and Ellen Galinsky, president and co-founder of the Families and Work Institute.

The event is from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. August 10 at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center, 4801 Rockhill Road in Kansas City. Tickets are $15 and include breakfast and lunch.

Learn more and register.

    
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