Matt Neuberger will lead a talk on the “dance” that happens between HR professionals and other employees. With audience participation, Matt will outline some of the common struggles HR professionals face and how – using some very clear strategies – we can avoid them in the future.
DC SHRM members are invited to attend this free event for those who want to learn more about trends in outsourcing medical services as a saving for US employers.
Approximately 1 million workers experience violent acts at work annually. Violence in the workplace is a major concern for employers especially given the events that took place in 2016 in San Bernardino Inland Regional Center shooting massacre and in Hesston, Kansas. Events like these illustrate that workplace violence can occur at any place at any time. The obvious and most important threat it poses is to the health and safety of anyone caught in the path of violent co-workers or third parties. But, workplace violence can have many other cascading, and negative effects such as reputational harm, and it can result in costly lawsuits ranging from negligent hiring or supervision of its employees to OSHA citations. If violence occurs in your workplace, it is vital that employers have strong workplace violence policies in place to help prevent workplace violence but also to respond to it if and when it does occur.
The DC SHRM (HRA-NCA) Compensation Survey Committee proudly announces the publication of the 50th Annual Compensation Survey in this half-day event. Members of the Committee will be providing major highlights of the survey results. The event will include a live demonstration on how to use company data to preform job evaluations, updates on the salaries, policies and regulations for Government Contractors, instructions on how to get the most from the survey results, and how to use the survey data in your day-to-day functions.
Bite Night is a fundraising event sponsored by The HR SOURCE in support of 2 local charities--A Wider Circle and Street Sense whose missions are to fight homelessness in the DMV.
For professionals 30 and younger, join our YP networking event at Lucky Strike.
As an HR executive with a talent for the people management side of your business, you play a critical role in developing the next generation of leaders and creating a talent pipeline for your organization. What resources can you turn to for developing your emerging leaders and preparing them for a successful transition to a more senior leadership role? Missing Conversations: A Coaching Tool for Developing Your Next Gen Leaders will introduce you to a leadership development framework for growing the potential of your emerging leaders.
Don't miss our annual Legal Employment Law Update. Topics include: Supreme Court rulings affecting HR; new statutes at the city and state level for minimum wage, mandating paid sick leave, and limiting criminal background checks and questions as to prior salary history; the roll back of several of former President Obama’s initiatives including guidance on independent contractors and joint employer issues, as well as the salary limit increases for FLSA exemptions. This session will review the activities of the past year and predict what to expect in the future.
This is your chance to visit the offices of your Representatives and Senators on the Hill to talk about issues affecting today’s HR professionals. We’ll do all the prep work – scheduling your visits and providing you with talking points. You receive 3.5 SHRM Strategic Credits. All you need to do is show up and participate!
Save the date for DC SHRM's 2018 Annual Conference & Expo. Details to follow.