In the fall of 1986, Michael J. Baker, then Assistant Dean at the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law with responsibility for continuing legal education, was eager to expand the law school’s CLE offerings and create an employee benefits symposium. Mike, along with John Utz, Tom Graves, Al Martin, Myron Sildon and their steering committee created the Employee Benefits Institute.
The first program was held on June 5, 1987, at the Hyatt Regency. Approximately 120 individuals attended. Now in its 31st year, The Employee Benefits Institute has grown into one of the most important conferences in the region and has expanded its presence to include targeted workshops throughout the year and additional networking opportunities.
For a copy of the brochure with a list of workshops and registration information, click here.
And, be sure to stop by KCCBA's booth!
Join us on June 15th when Jonathan McClellan, director of employee recognition at Hallmark Business Connections, the B2B unit of Hallmark Cards, will address:
Jonathan has a B.S. in Marketing from St. Cloud State University.
The Rockhill Grille is located in the Crossroads area. There is ample free parking across the street (north side of 20th Street).
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KCCBA's Vision Is . . .
To be the premier source of compensation and benefits education and networking opportunities in the greater Kansas City region.
and Its Mission Statement Is . . .
To support Compensation and Benefit practitioners in furthering their knowledge and skills by providing resources, networking and professional development opportunities.