Mid-Year Conference

The 2018 TLMF mid-year conference will be held in Memphis, TN. This year's conference theme is:

Best Labor Practices and Great Company Solutions

February 15 & 16, 2018
Memphis, TN
Holiday Inn, University of Memphis

The agenda for the 2018 mid-year conference is almost complete. We look forward to your participation!  Don't forget to bring and share this information with a co-worker or friend. A link to the tentative agenda is located below.

Conference Registration Fee: $75


For tentative conference agenda click here


Mid-Year Conference Registration Information click here


Pay Conference Registration Fee via PayPalclick here


Conference Hotel Information
Holiday Inn - University of Memphis
3700 Central Ave
Memphis, TN 38111
Phone: (901) 678-8200

Annual Summer Conference

31st Annual Labor-Management Conference

This year's conference theme:

To Be Determined

September 12-14, 2018
Nashville, TN
Millennium Maxwell House Hotel

Information for the 2018 Annual Summer Conference will is coming soon. Please check back later for more information.


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 (Wednesday, September 12, 2018) 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.

Please check back on a regular basis as links for registration, agenda and conference hotel registration will be posted as they become available.




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