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OCTOBER 2015

In This Issue:

President's Pen
Sponsors
Important Dates
Updates & Blogs
Job Postings
Board of Directors


President's Pen: There's Still Time!
By Amy Hardesty, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
 

Amy Hardesty - IndySHRM President SHRM introduced the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP in 2014, and so far this year, over 60,000 HR professionals have earned this new designation. We have had a number of members of this chapter earn their SHRM designation, either through the Pathway Tutorial, or by taking the exam.

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Featured Sponsors

                

 

    

Important Dates

October 8 -- Diversity & Inclusion Forum Sign Up

October 22 -- HR Law Forum Sign Up


Updates & Blogs

HR Law Forum Update

The IndySHRM Legislative Affairs Committee cordially invites you to attend its October 22, 2015 HR Law Forum. The title of the presentation is HR Law Update: Recent Developments in Pregnancy-Related and Religious Accommodations. Read More

SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Certified Facilitators Needed

IndySHRM’s SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP study group kicked off September 23. If you are currently SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certified who is not only passionate about helping others achieve their certification goals, but who is also a subject matter expert in that particular HR discipline please let our IndySHRM Director of Certification, Jennifer Lange, PHR, SHRM-CP, know if you are interested/able to facilitate: Organization (November 4) with sections 4-5 which includes: “Employee Relations” and “Technology and Data”, OR Workplace (November 11) with sections 1-2 which includes “HR in the Global Context” and “Diversity and Inclusion”, OR Workplace (November 18) with sections 3-4 which includes: “Risk Management” and “Corporate Social Responsibility”.
Please contact Jen at jennifer.lange@oldnational.com and she can share more details with you. Thanks!

 


Build the Bottom Line by Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement

Submitted by: Nancy Ahlrichs

Employee engagement is the key to bottom-line performance. When employees are engaged, they’re willing to go the “extra mile” in their jobs. They learn continually, accept promotions, refer qualified job seekers to the organization, and commit to staying and growing with the organization, at least for a couple of years. Engaged employees have a significant impact on the company’s performance. Read More


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