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Craft Women in Collaboration

What does leadership mean to you? This panel discussion focuses on women in different leadership roles across the industry, the ways in which women support and inspire the craft industry through collaboration, and looks at our definition of the term “leadership” itself. We …Read More

Craft Beer HR Panel: Focusing on Employee Retention & Maintaining Culture

Employee retention and culture is an important aspect to any business, but especially the craft brewing industry. Developing and maintaining a culture that increases employee retention is crucial to the success and growth of a business. Members of the Craft …Read More

Employee Ownership Round Table: What an ESOP Can Bring to Your Business

Employee Owners Talk About What an ESOP Brings to Their Beer, Their Business, and Why It’s Essential to Staying Independent With more craft breweries in the United States than ever before, many of which are over a generation old, some …Read More

From Sneaker Shops to Yarn Swaps: Making Community Partnerships to Cultivate Diversity

Independent brewers everywhere are committing to diversity and inclusion as a means of bringing new ideas and talent into their workforce, clarifying the values of their brand, and growing their reach and customer base. But the question, “where do we …Read More

Ignorance Is NOT Bliss: Workplace Investigations Basics

Understanding how to effectively handle workplace complaints and conduct competent investigations is essential in today’s world for every employer. Come to this fast-paced and engaging session led by Anne Rooney McCord and Elizabeth Rita of Denver’s Investigations Law Group to learn the basics …Read More

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