2020 Philly SHRM Symposium

Updated Announcement from Philly SHRM

As HR and business professionals, we are often asked to manage issues, large and small, that affect our employees. Sometimes we don’t have the luxury of having seen these issues beforehand so we are forced to operate with no template or best practice on the best way to proceed. While there has been general guidance circulated on how to respond to the COVID-19 medical emergency, we are all making specific decisions every day to keep ourselves and our employees safe. Philly SHRM is no different. It is with this commitment to the health and wellbeing of our attendees, sponsors, speakers and staff that we are making the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Philly SHRM Symposium.

We are currently working with our venue and speakers to finalize the new date and will update everyone once those details are confirmed. Thank you in advance for your patience and flexibility as we work through this very complex issue.

Jackie Linton, Philly SHRM President

Jameel Rush, Symposium Chair

Proud Partner of the 2020 Philly SHRM Symposium

As a proud partner of the 2020 Philly SHRM Symposium, we invite you to join 450+ HR and business professionals at the two-day event that gives you the chance to advance your career through both educational programs and personal connections!

This year our keynote speaker is, Simon Bailey! Over the last 15 years, Simon has traveled to 46 countries and worked with over 1,700 organizations teaching their leaders and team members through his various books, online courses, keynotes and more.  Simon has been recognized by SUCCESS Magazine as one of the top 25 people to help you reach your personal and business goals. You don’t want to miss his keynote at the 2020 Symposium!

Additionally, the event’s closing speaker is Jeff Waldo, President and Co-founder of WorkMarket. Jeff has built and sold multiple tech companies, one being SpinBack. Jeff has an extensive background in talent management, speaks on a regular basis about modernizing the workforce and has been a contributing writer to Forbes about the role of contingent labor.


The Symposium also features an interactive pre-conference session, 9 breakout sessions, a closing keynote, and plenty of opportunities for networking. Be Connected. Be Engaged. Be Inspired. Be There. Philly SHRM Symposium. March 30 & 31.

Pending SHRM Professional Development Credits & HRCI Credits!


Pre-Conference | Date -TBD:

4:30pm-8:00pm                        Pre-Conference Events

Full Conference | Date-TBD:

7:30am-4:30pm             2020 Philly SHRM Symposium

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