Adam Bartrom to provide insight for a strong 2022 at GWC event

WABASH COUNTY, IN – Grow Wabash County is thrilled to host Adam Bartrom of Barnes & Thornburg out of Fort Wayne for a lunch and learn event on Wednesday, Nov. 10 from noon – 1 p.m.

Bartrom’s presentation entitled “How is it Almost 2022?! Lessons Learned For Employers and What to Look Out For in the Coming Year,” will cover some of the biggest lessons learned in business and employment over the past two years and how companies can put their best foot forward in 2022. This interactive discussion will highlight what the pandemic has taught the business world since 2020 as well as the concerns the pandemic brought about in the workplace about balancing productivity and safety.

“The pandemic has been particularly challenging for HR pros and business owners. The only constant has been change,” Bartrom said. “So this topic was important for me to put together some lessons that we have learned through the pandemic, balancing employee productivity with employee safety, and the expected sweeping changes to come from the Biden Administration in 2022.  And while it is important to reflect on where we have been, it is equally important to be well prepared for upcoming changes.”

Bartrom is currently a partner at Barnes & Thornburg where he represents management interests in employment and labor law matters as well as defend clients in litigation, and designs strategic plans and best practices in his work with business owners, executives and human resource management. Bartrom is dedicated to ensuring that his clients understand the rapidly changing employment environment, adhere to the law and protect themselves.

This lunch and learn event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 10 from noon – 1 p.m. in the Grow Wabash County conference room, 214 South Wabash Street in Wabash. This event is FREE for Grow Wabash County investors and $10 for the general public.

Lunch will be provided, but space is limited and registration is required.

Those interested in attending this lunch and learn with Adam Bartrom can do so at www.growwabashcounty.com/bartrom.