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We know you're busy — from deadlines, to important meetings, to life — we get it. But this is your chance to transform your personal narrative and grow your business. Read on for the top 5 reasons you must attend the 2019 HR Florida Conference & Expo!
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 14:19

Recognizing the 2018 Volunteer of the Year

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Throughout our State Council, our volunteer leaders dedicate countless hours to advancing the profession and serving the professional. Without each volunteer leader, HR Florida would not be a success. We are so proud of all of the work that our volunteer leaders do and, each year we recognize one leader as the Volunteer of the Year.
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 14:14

Recognizing the 2018 HR Professional of the Year

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Each year, HR Florida opens a statewide nomination process to identify the HR professional deserving of being recognized as HR Florida’s prestigious HR Professional of the Year. This year, we partnered with Fisher Phillips to provide this award to our outstanding HR professional. Candice Pinares Baez of Fisher Philips (partner in the Fort Lauderdale office) presented the award to Mark Codd, our 2018 recipient. We are thrilled to recognize and celebrate Codd as HR Florida’s 2018 winner!
The 2018 HR Florida Conference & Expo was one for the books! In its astounding 40th year, the event brought together more than 2,500 HR professionals, distinguished speakers and presenters, and sponsors from around the world to learn, engage and collaborate on the latest trends and happenings impacting the human resources industry. The four-day conference served as an opportunity for attendees to not only connect and network with one another, but also bond over a variety of activities.
“Delivering tough feedback is fun,” said no one ever. No one wakes up thinking, “You know what I’m really looking forward to today? Talking to John about how his dysfunctional behaviors are impacting the team.” We avoid the tough conversations because we’re scared, or we rely on outdated models like the “sandwich technique.” We like to call this, “diaper genie” feedback because it is when stinky issues are covered up in self-protecting layers of spin, avoidance, and nice words that let the real issues fester.
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 13:35

Uncovering the Cure for Superhero Syndrome

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My wife is amazing. she is a custom application developer (i.e., a technology geek), a mother of two, runs an organic co-op, is a cross-fitter, runs marathons and teaches spin classes. She also cooks healthy meals every night, volunteers at the local school, does laundry, is a human taxi service for our 15-year old, and cleans up…a lot. In other words, my wife is Superwoman.
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