Mid-Year Conference

The Tennessee Labor-Management Foundation has elected to focus on the 2017 summer confernence which will be the 30th Annual Tennessee Labor-Management Foundation Conference. To allow the Foundation's Board of Directors to focus on the summer conference, a mid-year conference in 2017 has not been scheduled.


Annual Summer Conference

30th Annual Labor-Management Conference

This year's conference theme:

TLMF – 30 Years of Inspiring Teamwork and Building Success

August 14-16, 2017
Nashville, TN
Sheraton, Music City

The agenda for the 2017 TLMF Summer Conference is just about finalized (see link to tentative agenda (updated 6/1/17) below) and we are preparing for an exciting and informative conference. Here is some important information to know prior to visiting the conference registration site:

Conference Registration Fee: $295

Golf Fee: $50 (Two Rivers Golf Course)

Guest Fee: $150

Please Note for Guest Registration: As in the past, attendee’s guests and significant others are always welcome at the TLMF Summer Conference. However, this year there has been a change in the guest registration process. Guests must register the first day of the conference (Monday, August 14, 2017) at the conference attendee registration desk and the registration fee may be paid by cash or check (sorry, no credit cards). Guests will be entitled to attend all meals which includes breakfast each morning of the conference and the Welcome Banquet scheduled for Monday night.

To register for the conference and make reservations at the conference hotel, follow the links below.

Conference Registration

Conference Hotel Reservations


For tentative conference agenda click here


TLMF would like to offer you and/or your organization the opportunity to rent exhibit space and/or become a sponsor or partner for our next conference. Your sponsorship not only supports the conference, but also affords continuation of the scholarship program.

For more information click here


TLMF is a non-profit organization. The continuation of TLMF's programs depends on funding from donations and sponsorship. Please consider becoming a TLMF sponsor.


The Foundation annually recognizes organizations that distinguish themselves among the labor-management community.


The objective of the scholarship is to increase and retain the number of new professionals entering the human resources or labor relations field as a career in order to sustain growth and cooperation in the labor-management industry within the State of Tennessee.





  • "An awesome event that you won't want to miss out on!" - Angie