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Creating meaningful activities around traditional monthly diversity celebrations requires advance planning. Otherwise, you will likely resort to knee-jerk, minimally-effective, and possibly controversial events that focus solely on external aspects of culture.
Tuesday, 14 March 2017 11:52

Millennials: The Future Workforce

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In today's globalized world, the American business environment contrasts quite drastically from its predecessor of 50 years ago. Generations such as the baby boomers enjoyed an economy that enabled companies to hire new, young employees with minimal experience...
The term “Employee Leave” immediately brings to the mind of most HR professionals the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the FMLA procedures of their organization. But, it is also important to consider leave requests in light of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Changes to the overtime regulations regarding raising the salary threshold from $23,660 to $47,476 have been a source of concern over the past year. Business owners have had to make the choice of bumping their employees up to meet that salary threshold or moving them into a nonexempt hourly status.
Colene Rogers, SHRM-SCP, PHR, Big Bend SHRM 2016 Presidnet is the recipient of the President's Award. The President’s Award, presented by HR Florida State Council recognizes an exemplary chapter president who significantly impacted the performance of their chapter...
Aout 300 SHRM-Affilate chapter volunteers gathered in Orlando for the 2017 HR Florida Leadership Conference, “Leading with Courage 2.0, Stepping Up!” Keeping with tradition, attendees represented their respective chapters with matching tops, boasting their comradery at the general sessions.