Sizzling Savings & A WorkHuman 2019 Teaser

July 3, 2018 Sarah Payne

You know what goes great with hot dogs, lemonade, and fireworks? Huge savings on your WorkHuman 2019 registration!

I know many of our blog readers in the U.S. are running some last minute Fourth of July errands this afternoon (me included). But if you haven’t yet registered for WorkHuman 2019 in Nashville, there are just a few hours left to register before the rate goes up to $1,595.

Tomorrow we celebrate the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence (the U.S. is officially 242 years old!). But did you know WorkHuman is also celebrating a special milestone? Next year marks the fifth anniversary of the event!

We’ve brought together some amazing speakers over the years, like Michelle Obama, Rob Lowe, Michael J. Fox, and Arianna Huffington. We always like to give attendees a truly unique experience they simply don’t get at traditional HR conferences, like donut walls, temporary tattoos, and funky portraits. Oh, and did I mention the HR recertification credits?

If you want a sneak peek at what the conference team has in store for next year, give the latest episode of WorkHuman Radio a listen (just click play at the top of this post). My colleague Mike Wood chats with WorkHuman’s Associate Creative Director Jen Perry on what it takes to put on an event that has grown 500% since 2015 – all while keeping it fun, educational, inspirational, and most importantly, human.

Happy Fourth of July, readers!

About the Author

Sarah Payne

Sarah is managing editor at Globoforce. When not writing about all things WorkHuman, leadership, recognition, and appreciation, she enjoys iced coffee, running, and spending time with her daughter, Mabel.

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