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How Can We Update our Compensation Program?

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It’s no secret: the workplace is an ever-evolving landscape. This is especially true when it comes to compensation programs. Traditionally, employers are concerned with ensuring that their pay practices are competitive, equitable, and legally sound.
Pat Szczesny, PHR, was awarded SHRM’s District Director of the Year award at the HF Florida State Council meeting in January. Pat is a longtime member of the HR Florida State Council, and she is instrumental in maintaining the highest level of professionalism, and enthusiasm for the chapter she supports.
On January 10, 2014, HR Florida student chapters representing five universities from around the state participated in the second annual HR Florida Student Games in Orlando. Both undergraduate and graduate teams, consisting of between three to six team members competed in the event.
More than 325 volunteer chapter leaders traveled to Orlando for the HR Florida Leadership Conference on Saturday, January 11th. Conferees represented their respective chapters by wearing logoed shirts and sitting together during the general sessions.
On October 25, 2013, Carol McDaniel, President-Elect of HR Florida State Council, and Robert Garcia, Director of Global Business Development at SHRM, met with a group of Chinese Human Resource representatives in Orlando. The purpose of the meeting was to exchange best practices and learn how the State Council and SHRM operate.
HR Florida State Council is pleased to announce the election of its 2014 executive board. Tallahassee professional Joyce Chastain, SPHR, serves as President; Carol McDaniel of Tampa serves as President Elect; Shannon Lands, SPHR of Pensacola, is Vice President; Heather Deyrieux, SPHR of Orlando, is Secretary; Leigh Mills, SPHR of Jacksonville, is Treasurer; and Lynnette Holsinger, SPHR, GPHR of Tampa, is the Conference Director.
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