WSHB's Dan Berman to address ethical issues at 2017 CLM Annual Conference

Ethical issues presented in hiring and managing a millennial workforce is the focus of a 2017 CLM Annual Conference session with Dan Berman, Firm Chair and Founding Partner of WSHB. Anticipated to be the largest insurance claims conference in the country, CLM will host 2,000 claims professionals and outside counsel in Nashville. Joining Berman on the panel on March 30, 2017 at 3:25 p.m. are national thought leaders on this issue: Benjamin DiGiorgio from the Community Association Underwriters of America, Inc. and Mark Sahl, with Carpenter Hazlewood Delgado & Bolen, PLC.

Hot topics to be addressed will also include stereotypes associated with millennials, pros and cons of millennial behavior and how to utilize these behaviors and ethical considerations when hiring, training or terminating millennials.

“Business leaders must understand that there are huge differences between the millennial generation and other generations in the work force and there are ways to manage these differences,” said Berman, who manages over 200 attorneys in 21 offices throughout the United States. “If you want to attract and retain good millennial employees you will need to make changes in your business model and allow for more flexibility.”

WSHB is pleased to sponsor this year’s CLM conference, three days of powerful programs tailored to the contemporary needs of claims and litigation management professionals and defense attorneys serving the insurance industry.

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