Sixty-three days after Jordan McNair, a University of Maryland football player, died from complications related to heat stroke he suffered during training, University President Wallace Loh made a public apology, taking “legal and moral responsibility” for McNair’s death.
You are driving home after a long day at work and a few things are nagging at you. There was that anonymous hotline call from an employee claiming that she and others on her team were not paid enough for the work they did last week.
Fight or flight? This way or that way? Yes or no? Each of these three questions describes a brain under pressure. Could be your brain, could be mine. When it comes to pressure situations, we all tend to default to the same mode: a binary mode.
Are you a Local Chapter Leader? Are you looking for a way to Network with leaders from other chapters in your region? If so, Kentucky SHRM is excited to be hosting Three Regional Council Meetings in the Fall. The purpose of the Regional Council Meetings is to allow our chapter leaders to get together, in a convenient location, to do the following:
It’s been an innovation run for LSHRM in 2018, and we’re running all the way! The Louisville Society for Human Resource Management (LSHRM) proudly serves as a business partner that creates bold and innovative workforce solutions for Greater Louisville’s most pressing human resource issues.