I’m not going to mince words. The most important word in “human resources” is human. I sincerely hope you agree. Not everyone does.
Each year during the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM) State Conference, a Human Resources professional is recognized for the Lyle Hanna Spirit Award.
Don’t forget about this certification to add to your professional development toolbox that doesn’t require National SHRM membership and there is no cost!
Kentucky SHRM Pre-Conference and Conference
Kentucky Chamber Business Summit and Annual Meeting
Seeking student volunteers for Annual Conference
SHRM Foundation, State Council, scholarships and helping veterans
Callie Zipple, the host and creator of Honest HR, was recently diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer. She writes on her Twitter page "I am a FIGHTER and am working hard to kick this thing’s butt."
A job candidate may agree to an interview and never show up. Or they may go so far as to accept a job, yet never appear for the first day of work. And the behavior isn't limited to candidates; companies have increasingly reported stories of employees who simply leave and never return, no formal resignation, no explanation given.
The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Foundation has so much to offer the HR professional. The SHRM Foundation is a values-based charity organization whose mission is to champion workforce and workplace transformation.
The Lyle Hanna Volunteer Spirit Award is a special honor given to volunteer leaders who have not only advanced the HR profession at work, but also through work in their community and their chapter and the nomination deadline of June 14th is drawing near!
This year marked the 15th anniversary of the Best Places to Work program in Kentucky. In 2004, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management partnered together to bring this great program to our state.