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Did you know that HR/NY has a members only private job lead sharing group on Linked IN? If not, please read on! If so, please continue to post HR jobs leads as you come across them.
About a year ago I started a private Linked IN group for HR/NY members only in which we can all share HR job leads as they come to us either via our network, our company, our clients and customers, job boards, etc. The goal of the group is to be a job lead ...
Posted by Heather Dolan
As a result of HRNY’s fundraising efforts in 2012, our chapter has been designated as a 2012 SHRM Foundation Champion. A heartfelt THANKS to all who contributed!
Our financial support allows the Foundation the ability to provide opportunities available to our fellow HR professionals that they may not have had otherwise, including:
* Research grants for cutting-edge...
Posted by Bradley T. Kitkowski
Ben Dattner’s Speaker Select talk on February 21 was well attended and very interactive thanks to Rose Higgins and Janet Hoffmann who organized the event, and thanks to PWC, which hosted the event. Attendees discussed how the social psychology of credit...
Posted by Speaker Select Series #2
We are pleased to share with you that the following HR/NY member has earned Human Resources credentials:
Charlotte Huntsman, PHR
Congratulations! We encourage all of you to consider your first, second or third HRCI Certification. We are here to help you with that goal.
~ The HR/NY Certification Committee...
Posted by Kristin Hassan
HR professionals in the know will gather at Club 101 this Thursday, November 29th, for HR/NY’s 8th Annual Holiday Party and Meet the Committees Event! The evening promises to hold fun and excitement for all. You don’t want to miss the expansive food and drink spread – an annual tradition for HR/NY! Our numerous Committee and Special Interest Group (SIG) volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions and help you to get more involv...
Posted by Jennifer Loftus
We have all had special people, mentors, in our lives, who had a strong and positive impact on our careers. Whether it was someone who would simply offer us words of encouragement at a difficult conjure, advised us on the next step in our career path, or guided us with their counsel on how to handle a challenging work related issue, we have all had mentors.
The HR/NY 2013 Mentoring Program is in the process of kicking off. 2012, our first full year of the program, surpa...
Posted by Stuart Friedman, SPHR