Hi Everyone – I am Lynn Ingmire, the 2016-2017 Chair of the Kentucky State Council. I am so excited to introduce the inaugural edition of KY SHRM Newsletter. We have been, and will continue to, provide our semi-annual KY SHRM magazine.
Organizational culture can be a powerful recruiting and retention tool, but left to languish, or worse, allowing toxic values to become integrated into a culture can have disastrous consequences.
In November 2011, Mayor Greg Fischer announced a resolution adopting a Charter for Compassion, declaring Louisville, Kentucky, as a participant in a 10-year campaign for compassionate cities.
You would never imagine taking a trip without knowing where you are going. However, how often do people fail to plan for a meeting, the workday, or even their own careers?
I’m now sitting in the role of the KYSHRM Council Chair and reflecting on the leaders who have come before me who have inspired, engaged, and led KYSHRM to such great success.
“Why go to KYSHRM’s State Conference?” is a question that many people ask themselves. I started attending our annual State Conference ten years ago and I can only answer that question from my perspective.
The SHRM Advocacy Team (A-Team) is a critical part of the Society's enhanced member advocacy initiative, working to advance the interests of the HR profession in Washington and state legislatures.