The i4cp 2022 Conference is designed to offer actionable insights into this next era of work and explores the profound and permanent shift from cube to cloud. The event takes place March 14-17 in Scottsdale, Arizona and will feature dozens of thought leader and senior executive presentations, as well as an abundance of premium networking and collaboration for the practitioners in attendance. To ensure rich and open discussion, vendors and consultants are not allowed to attend.
Burrows was designated by President Biden as Chair of the EEOC on Jan. 20, 2021. She was initially nominated to serve as a Commissioner in 2014 and then re-nominated in 2019. The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed her to a second term ending in 2023.
Chair Burrows has advocated for strong civil rights protections and robust cooperation between the Commission, employers, and employees to advance equal opportunity in the workplace. She seeks to enhance the Commission's enforcement of all laws within its jurisdiction, focusing in particular on initiatives to combat harassment, foster pay equity, and advance diversity and inclusion. While at the Commission, she has worked to increase the agency's outreach to Native Americans, vulnerable immigrant and migrant communities, and other traditionally underserved populations. In addition, Chair Burrows is particularly interested in the impact of technology and big data on civil rights and employee privacy.
The i4cp 2022 Conference is ranked among the best HR events of the year due to its senior-level networking atmosphere and forward-looking presenters. Registration is now open – sign up today.