Friday, July 30, 2021

District 6 includes South Brevard SHRM, St. Lucie County HRA, and Treasure Coast HRA. All three chapters have exciting news to share with our HR Florida colleagues!

Running the human resources function of a business as a department of one can be challenging, let alone do so effectively. Attention gets pulled in many directions, and it can be tough to determine what to prioritize and how to tackle the tasks at hand.
Like most ideas, it began with the best of intentions: to eliminate the physical walls that divided the workforce; to free employees from cage-like cubicles, ridding them of the perception of corporate solitary confinement; and, ultimately, to promote cross-functional collaboration.

Leaders are not born, they are created through training, mentoring and volunteering.  The three chapters in District 5 are raising up LEADERS.

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What an amazing event! The Case Competition was made up of two phases: the pre-event virtual preparation, followed by the onsite oral presentation at the 27th Annual HR Florida Leadership Conference.  As part of the competition’s virtual preparation, teams analyzed a business case study and offered a solution, prepared and submitted both a written executive summary and PowerPoint slides for the oral presentation that was given on the day of the competition.
Interruptions both in the workplace or while working at home are seemingly unavoidable. Your boss comes to your desk and asks how your weekend was when you are in the middle of working on a project for him, or simply you are just checking your texts and email while working. What’s the impact of these interruptions and what can we do about them?
Do you want to be satisfied by your job? Have you ever wanted to work in a different country? Practically everyone would say yes to the first question, and many people would say yes to the second question. But can you have both?
Mid Florida SHRM hosted their second annual Bingo Night to benefit the National SHRM Foundation. They had great attendance with over 60 people including many first time attendees! The event was at the beautiful Lakeland Yacht Club. Over $800 was raised which exceeded expectations!
Power in teams! Wellbeing Works Florida (WWF) and Tobacco Free Florida (TFF) teamed up with adjoining booths and made a big impact at HRFL19 in Orlando. While WWF Wellbeing Ambassadors and sponsor partners staffed the WWF booth, the TFF team worked their Platinum Sponsor booth.

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