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Don't Delay, Register for Annual Today!
Today is the last day to register and get the earlybird price for the 2018 Annual Meeting, July 31 - August 2, in Chicago. See a program preview here and get started on registration here. Don't miss this chance to collaborate with your NABE colleagues!


Register for the NABE Webinar on June 20!
Join your colleagues in the NABE Classroom for another great webinar session next week. Many organizations are increasingly pressed to attract, retain and engage a large enough workforce to manage growth and the increasing number of skilled employees quickly approaching retirement age. During this webinar, speaker Bob Lemke from Gallagher Consulting will share how associations can rethink the way they recruit, retain and engage talent during a time of rising wages, historically low unemployment, and uncertain industry growth. He will also discuss emerging trends and knowledge of client experiences to help conventional thinking, accelerate change and create a plan that considers the different values and needs of a diverse multi-generational workforce. Register now!

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