Sunday, August 18, 2019

New HR Connections and Salary Survey Programs

HR Florida Announces New Partnership for Salary Surveys

After an extensive RFP process, HR Florida is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Kansas-based CompData Surveys Corporation to offer comprehensive pay and bene­fits data to its members. CompData Surveys has more than 25 years of experience in salary survey administra­tion and has been a presence in Florida since 1996. HR professionals across the state can get discounted access to data from eight major industries, more than 350 cross-industry job titles, pay data including base rates, percen­tiles, ranges, etc., pay practices, and breakout data by FTE, revenue, profit status, industry, region, and local area.

“This is a great opportunity for HR Florida to once again offer something of value to HR business professionals across the state,” said president-elect Joyce Chastain, SPHR. “We hope that we can continue to assist our SHRM and chapter members in obtaining relevant, up-to-date information that will support them in managing their compensation practices.”

While the 2011 survey is underway, the 2010 report contains cross-industry information on more than 200 Florida organizations, 700 locations, and more than 600,000 incumbents. More infor­mation about the salary survey part­nership program and how to partici­pate can be found on www.hrflorida. org at Resources.

HR Florida Announces HR Connections – Connecting Members to Career and Transition Support

The HR Florida State Council has established a partnership with Right Management to offer HR Connections. Designed for the Florida-based HR professional in transition, HR Connec­tions offers career services to SHRM members who require support in getting to that next step on their career paths. HR Connections also offers employers opportunities to advertise human resources-related positions to the HR community.

In a nutshell, HR Connections is a free career transition portal, accessed through the HR Florida State Council website, that provides access to valu­able career development and planning tools. In addition to networking events and other in-house services provided by Right Management, the career portal offers web-based tools, such as:

  • A global job opportunity database with the ability to create a talent profile,
  • Weekly emails with new job post­ings based on specific criteria,
  • A career library to aid in developing search strategies,
  • Social media guides to how to use tools such as Linkedin and Twitter in a job search,
  • Webinars on topics such as resume development, interviewing, networking, financial planning, and entrepreneurship, and
  • Newsletters with the latest career trends and information.

“HR Connections is one of those ‘unsung’ programs that we partner with other organizations in presenting to our HR colleagues,” said state council president Heather Vogel, SPHR. “In spite of the tough Florida economy, so far Right Management and HR Florida have helped more than 26 people land jobs through the Connections program.”

SHRM and chapter members can take advantage of these free offer­ings by registering on www.hrflorida. org at HR Careers/HR Connections. Members will then be given a unique ID and password to access the services. HR Florida and Right Manage­ment are dedicated to facilitating the achievement of HR professional career objectives. Right Management is an international career management and human resource firm with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa.

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