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  • A publication of SHRMJC September, 2014

    HRLink

    Is any and every manager responsible for corporate governance? What, specifically, is HR's role? Join us as attorney David Seitter covers the big picture of what is required and the specifics of the HR professional's contributions.

    You will learn how to:

     Identify the functions of an effective communication strategy regarding corporate compliance.

     Identify key transformational roles HR leaders can assume to help implement organizational strategy.

     Demonstrate HR leadership on corporate compliance issues.

     Recognize the types of situations that should be addressed in the organization's code of conduct.

     Identify how corporate responsibility and compliance benefits various types of organizational structures.

     Apply HR guiding principles of change management to the issue of corporate responsibility and compliance.

    Member/Non-Member Cost

    $25/$40 Early Bird Rate until October 10th $30/$45 Regular Registration Rate from October 11th - October 16th $10 for Student Members regardless of registration date

    This program has been submitted for 1 GENERAL credit by the HR Certification Institute.

    Corporate Responsibility and Compliance, and HR’s Role in Staying on Top of the Game

    Presented by: David Seitter

    Corporate Responsibility and Compliance, and HR’s Role in Staying on Top of the Game

    THURSDAY, October 16, 2014

    Ritz Charles Conference Facility 9000 W. 137th Street, Overland Park, KS 66221

    In This Issue

    We’re always finding ways to network and tie our HR community together. Click on the icons below

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    October Luncheon Speaker ……...…....…...….. 1 President’s Le er …………………....…………………. 2 Upcoming Events …. ………………..……..………...3‐5 August Breakfast Sponsor………………..……..…. 4 Jackson Lewis ‐ Sponsor……………….…..……..…. 6 Welcome New Members..…….….……………...…. 7 Annual Business Partners ………………………...…. 7 Chapter RFP ……….. …….. ………………………...…. 8 KS SHRM Conference ……..……………………...…. 9

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  • President’s Message

    Dear SHRMJC Members,

    Fall ● Football ● Family September: What a great month this is. This is my daughter’s cheer picture from last fall…now it is time to get ready for our football/cheer season once again. My how time flies… We hope to see many of you this month in Wichita at the KS State SHRM Conference. This year marks the 25th anniversary of our state conference. If you register by Friday, the rate is only $299.00. The date of the conference is September 17th – 19th. Go to www.ksshrm.com to register!

    Reminder there is no membership meeting this month in September due to state conference. Join us next month at the membership meeting – we will return to a luncheon on Thursday, October 16th. Next month’s topic is “Corporate Responsibility & Compliance: HR’s Role” presented by David Seitter. We hope you can join us when we meet next.

    Chapter Management Professional – we currently are in a search and accepting Requests for Proposals for the SHRMJC Chapter Management Professional. Please see the newsletter article on page 8 outlining the details…the deadline for accepting proposals is Tuesday, September 16th.

    Again I thank you for the opportunity to serve this year as your Chapter President.

    Sincerely, Jackie Bond Jackie Bond, PHR President, SHRM of Johnson County

    By Jackie Bond

    SHRMJC 11184 Antioch, Box 273

    Overland Park, KS 66210 www.shrmjc.org

    President Jackie Bond, PHR

    President-Elect Matt Smith, PHR

    Past President

    Mira Mdivani

    Director, Finance Richard Waldron

    Director, Communication

    Kayla Holloway, SPHR

    Director, Marketing & PR Angie Richardson, SPHR

    Director, Membership

    Barb Henry, SPHR

    Director, Programs Kirk Young, SPHR

    Director, Awards and Recognition

    Carrol Mearsch, SPHR

    Director, Certification Ashley Camber, PHR

    Director, Diversity

    Tina Pool, PHR

    Director, Government & Legal Affairs David Love, SPHR

    Director, Student Relations

    Marilyn Christopher, PHR

    Director, Workforce Readiness Anita Dickey, SPHR

    Director, Social Media

    Ann Mann

    Chapter Management Professional Tracie Akers, PHR

    HRLink is a monthly publication. HRLink provides information, resources

    and networking opportunities to the membership of SHRMJC and the

    community.

    Material is offered for informational purposes only, not to provide legal advice.

    Always consult an attorney before acting in a legal situation.

    Comments or submissions can be made to the Chapter Management Professional at

    [email protected]

    2 September, 2014

  • 3 September, 2014

    Upcoming Programs

    Fall 2014 PHR/SPHR Study Group

    The SHRMJC PHR/SPHR Certification Study Group offers class participants a comprehensive classroom experience, as well as individual advice and direction from certified instructors and study group opportunities. Class materials are provided to all participants in advance of the weekly sessions. The class will utilize the Human Resources Certification Preparation (HRCP) program which is included in your cost. SHRMJC will be offering a comprehensive PHR/SPH Certification Study Group beginning on September 15, 2014 and continuing each Monday from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. The study group will be held at Ottawa University, Wilson Room. This site offers easy access and ample free parking. Complete directions and maps will be sent to all class participants.

    This course is specifically designed to help participants prepare to pass the PHR/SPHR certification exam. The 11 week sessions offer a broad review of the human resources practice areas which are covered on the exam. The SHRMJC course is different than many other courses offered, as it not only utilizes the materials through the HRCP Program but also presented by professional Human Resources Professionals who are subject matter experts currently working in the field - and they have successfully passed the certification exam! They are very committed to preparing YOU to pass the exam as well!

    Registration and payment must be completed by Tuesday, September 9th at www.shrmjc.org. After September 9th contact Ashley Camber at [email protected]

    SHRMJC Members $340 (includes all course materials)

    What’s Hot & What’s Not: Topics in Labor & Employment Law

    November 12, 2014

    Paola Country Club 29651 Old Kansas City Road Paola, KS 66071 11:45 AM - 1:45 PM

    Presented by: Mike Blumenthal

    In this always popular program, we will cover recent U.S. Supreme Court cases, a sampling of cases from around the country and various regulatory developments - all in areas affecting the workplace. We will also take a look at some recent labor law issues affecting non-union workplaces. Participants will learn:

     Key new court cases affecting employers.

     The effect of new court cases on the workplace.

     Regulatory developments affecting the workplace.

     Labor law issues for the non-union employer.

    This program has been approved for 1.5 GENERAL credits by the HR Certification Institute.

    November 20, 2014

    Ritz Charles Conference Facility 9000 W. 137th Street Overland Park, KS 66221 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

  • 4 September, 2014

    New Landings EnLightening Round Speed Interviewing and Resume Review

    New Landings, a non-profit organization devoted to putting people back to work, is hosting a speed interviewing session to allow people in transition to fine-tune interview skills, obtain helpful feedback, receive high level resume review and to have questions about interviewing answered. You, as a Human Resources professional, are needed to make this event successful. Volunteers are needed to interview candidates, review resumes and briefly meet one-on-one to answer candidate questions about the interviewing process.

    Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Training: 6:00 – 6:30 PM Event: 6:30 – 8:30 PM

    Ottawa University 4370 W 109th St,

    Leawood, KS 66211

    Volunteer help by sending your name and contact information by September 1 to: [email protected] New Landings gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Ottawa University in making this event possible.

  • 5 September, 2014

    Us vs. Them - Putting the Other Generations in Their Place!

    You’ve probably listened to other generational speakers in the past. You’ve probably heard that for the first time in human history there are four distinct generations operating side by side, and that you’re supposed to care about all those other people who weren’t born within about five years of you. But accommodating other p