A local workshop meant to share human resources best practices with small business and nonprofit leaders is taking place downtown this week.
The Association for Human Resource Management, a local subsidiary of the Society for Human Resource Management, is hosting the half-day workshop this Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to noon at the GVSU Eberhard Center in Grand Rapids, at 301 Fulton St. W.
The event is a collaboration between the association, the GVSU Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the Grand Rapids Chamber.
A $30 fee covers a 20-minute keynote speech, followed by three consecutive 45-minute breakout sessions presented by several local HR leaders.
Tickets are available online.
“Developing Charismatic Leadership in Your Workplace,” by Matthew Downey, nonprofit services program director, GVSU Johnson Center
“HR 101: Understanding and Getting Through the Employee Lifecycle, from Hiring to Termination,” Barb Jourdan, HR consultant, Human Resource Potential
“Still Haven't Found What You're Looking For? Attracting Talent in a Tough Market,” by Shannon Burkel, EVP of staffing solutions, AXIOS HR
Breakout three: a panel discussion
“Creative Culture, Compensation and Benefit Strategies to Attract and Retain Talent,” facilitated by Lisa Cooper, people strategist, HR Collaborative
The panel will feature several pros: Tiffany Taft, firm administrator, Baker Holtz; Jill Quillen, HR manager, Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing; Anathea Collar, HR business partner, Mercy Health St. Mary’s; and Jim Alton, president, Acrisure Benefits Group.