BizVoice July/August 2014 - page 60

BizVoice/Indiana Chamber – July/August 2014
Indiana Wage and Hour Seminar
July 24
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Learn about coverage and exemptions
• Participate in a question and answer session
with speakers
• Chamber member discounted price: $299
• List price: $329
12th Annual Indiana Conference on
Energy Management
August 12-13
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
• Hear insights on reducing energy costs and
boosting productivity
• Examine energy efficiency and renewable
energy sources
• Chamber member discounted price: $299
• List price: $329
• Government rate: $199
OSHA 10-hour Voluntary
Compliance Course
August 19-20
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Avoid hefty fines and injuries by keeping
up-to-date on OSHA training
• Remain informed on topics such as fire
protection, hazard communication and
machine guarding
• List price: $599
OSHA 30-hour Voluntary
Compliance Course
August 19-22
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Explore electrical safety-related work
practices as well as portable hand and
power tools
• Earn credit toward the Chamber’s Safety
Compliance Specialist Certificate
• List price: $899
Supervising and Managing
People Workshop
September 11-12
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Hear powerful techniques for motivating
your team
• Discover how to deal with employee
problems and problem employees
• Chamber member discounted price: $599
• List price: $699
Employee Benefits Seminar
September 17
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Find out how to avoid costly fines and penalties
• Learn about changes to FLSA, HIPAA,
Medicare and more
• Chamber member discounted price: $299
• List price: $329
Safety Leadership Principles
September 18-19
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Develop ways to effectively measure and
manage your safety program
• Expand personal leadership skills
• Chamber member discounted price: $399
• List price: $429
2014 Indiana Health and Wellness
October 7-8
Indiana Convention Center
• Create an effective wellness program
• Take your wellness initiative to the next level
• Explore ways to boost energy, focus and
• Two-day price: $299
• One-day price (Oct. 7): $199
• One-day price (Oct. 8): $249
• Exhibit booth: $595
Best Practices for Plan Fiduciaries
October 16
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Review various procedural duties of fiduciaries
• Learn how to prudently manage your
retirement plan
• Chamber member discounted price: $199
• List price: $229
2014 Indiana Environmental Conference
October 21-22
Indianapolis Marriott East
• Discuss various areas, including air
standards, drinking water compliance,
common hazardous waste generator
violations and more
• Chamber member discounted price: $399
• List price: $499
• Government rate: $199
(early bird pricing through September 22)
Model Employee Policies Workshop
October 23
Indiana Chamber Conference Center
• Learn about recent legal developments
• Receive tips on updating employee
handbook and policies
• Chamber member discounted price: $299
• List price: $329
2014 Indiana Tax Conference
October 28
Ritz Charles, Carmel
• Find out impacts of recent tax legislation
• Avoid costly non-compliance penalties
• Chamber member discounted price: $299
• List price: $329
What you receive:
• Training from top professionals
• Important take-home materials
• Continuing education credits
• Information to make your job easier
For more information, or to register, call (317) 264-6885, (800) 824-6885 or visit
. | Group discounts available for many
Indiana Chamber conferences. | For sponsorship and exhibit opportunities, contact Jim Wagner at (317) 264-6876.
commuters was second in the country for
cities with over 65,000 people in 2011.
“Those numbers fluctuate, but we’re
always in the top 10 to 15 in that ranking,” he
quantifies, adding that biking in the city has
increased three to four times since 1990.
Nancy Tibbett, executive director of
Bicycle Indiana, points to the city as a leading
example of forward thinking.
“Bloomington is planning for bicyclists;
that’s the main thing,” she notes. “When they
look at road improvements or changes,
infrastructure, zoning, they take into
consideration the needs of people who want
to ride their bikes, either for transportation
or recreation or whatever it might be. Their
forethought in that puts them above many
other communities.”
Tibbett points to Carmel, Columbus and
Noblesville as other cities making strides and
contends these types of projects will help
Indiana retain top, young talent.
“Planning for bicyclists is allowing
communities to attract that mind trust that
leaves other states,” she concludes. “We don’t
have mountains or the ocean, but by being
bicycle friendly, we’re attracting talent and
building tax bases in the communities. Businesses
also want to be near those amenities.”
Vince Caristo, City of Bloomington, at | Nancy Tibbett, Bicycle Indiana, at
| Emily
Winters, Bloomingfoods, at
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