Friday, November 15, 2019
We have an immediate opening for 10 Wellbeing Ambassadors to deliver fun-filled wellbeing education and promotion to 2-3 area chapters within one of the 10 designated districts throughout the state for HR Florida State Council, Inc. Visit each chapter in their district, at least once per year.
Adopting a tobacco free worksite is an easy and cost-effective way to improve employee health, and your company’s bottom line. Tobacco free worksites protect employees from harmful secondhand smoke and encourage current tobacco users to quit, saving lives and reducing the significant cost of tobacco use in your workplace.
The Greater Orlando SHRM (GOSHRM) chapter kicked off 2019 with a bang last month by having Johnny C. Taylor, CEO and President of SHRM, as their featured speaker. GOSHRM experienced record-breaking attendance numbers with over 200 members and guests registered for the event called “The State of SHRM and HR.” Taylor not only shared his tremendous knowledge with the group, but one Twitter follower said, “#shrmboss was amazing!
What can YOU do to help change attitudes and improve employment opportunities and outcomes for people with disabilities? Quite a bit, say the organizers of the Campaign for Disability Employment (CDE), and it all begins with promoting positive messages to employers and others about the skills and talents that people with disabilities bring to America’s workplaces and economy.
HR FL’s Annual Legislative Conference in Tallahassee is coming up quickly!

OSHA 300-A Posting Period is Happening Now!

Your 2018-EEO-1 survey is postponed until early March 2019!
The HR Florida Conference & Expo is the premiere experience for any HR professional or business owner, and is only six months away! Here is what is new for you in 2019:

For the Northwest Florida Society for Human Resource Management Student chapter, the buck doesn’t stop at receiving the prestigious Merit Award. These amazing students reached for and achieved Superior Merit Status! Read on to see this amazing group of students’ strategies for going above and beyond their already amazing achievements.

During the Council Meeting on January 4, 2019, HR Florida State Council President, Heather Deyrieux, was honored to present Bay County Chapter President and President-Elect with a Humanitarian Award for their post-hurricane recovery efforts to aid the members of their chapter.
Executive Committee Member and President Elect Chad Sorenson shared his insight and expertise on the timely topics of small business hiring trends for 2019 and resolutions for the new year. Check out what our very own Chad had to say!
Don't Forget! Your Chapter/State Council SHRM Affiliate Program for Excellence (SHAPE) reports are due soon (1/31). Also, mark your calendars! There are three scheduled in-person SHRM Seminars in Tampa this April 2019 you don’t want to miss out!

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