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                                       May 2018 Newsletter

  

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NCHR-SD's theme for 2018 is

"Increasing HR's Influence in a fast-changing world"

This years educational offerings will improve your ability to increase your influence in your organization.  

 

Recap of NCHR-SD's April events.

 

NCHR-SD April Meeting "Seeking Civility in the Workplace"

A fantastic presentation was shared with the attendees of the April NCHR-SD meeting where our guest speaker, Catherine Mattice Zundel, discussed the top 10 strategies for identifying and addressing bullying and incivility in the workplace.

Highlights included:

  • Leadership buy-in and awareness of the subtle difference between harassment and bullying
  • Conduct an assessment of your current corporate climate
  • Create a Healthy Workplace Policy
  • Use your vision and core values to set expectations and competencies
  • Develop action items around that new culture
  • Provide training to managers and employees
  • Use your performance management system to hold people accountable
  • Coach “Bullies”
  • Take complaints seriously
  • Repeat this cycle often

Bottom line: you have a moral and ethical responsibility to create an environment where people thrive.

Thank you, Catherine, for your insight and the great tools!   

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Fall Workshops to help expand your HR influence 

       

North County Human Resources – San Diego (NCHR-SD) and The San Diego Employers Association (SDEA) are sharing resources to bring NCHR members more knowledge, insights & expertise. Both organizations are long standing membership-based non-profits that share a common mission to support businesses and HR professionals with expert HR knowledge and professional development training. 

 

  • aPHR Certification Preparation Program is a 9-week course beginning in the Fall 2018.
  •  Progressive Discipline: Documentation & Termination (½ day workshop) – September 2018

 Click here for more information

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Upcoming Events

 

May 9, 2018 Luncheon

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team: A proven approach to improve teams 

Join us this month as Jan Slater, a talent and organizational development expert, as she takes us through The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team - a proven approach to improving your teams & results.  Click here to Register

 

Hot Topics

May 17, 2018 Leadership Council

International Messes to Avoid with Jane Booth, Vice President at Globalization Partners

Companies can find themselves "suddenly global" by hiring one salesperson in France, where no business had existed before, and now the company can claim global status. But, the HR ramifications may not be thoroughly vetted. 

While the business venture is exciting, HR and other operational matters can become "messy". Join us on May 17th @ 7:30 am as we find out how they can be minimized or altogether avoided. 

Attendance at leadership council meetings is limited to NCHR-SD members with 8+ years of experience, leading an internal HR functionClick here to Register

 

June 13, 2018 Luncheon

panel discussion on Influencing Risk Management and Fraud Prevention 

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 HR Buzz

 

Employment Law Update April 2018

Ogletree Deakins

By Christopher Olmsted

 

That rumbling sound you hear is a steamroller and it is coming for you straight from Sacramento. It is the new bevy of progressive labor bills pending in the state legislature. Below you will find a rundown of the most significant bills; none have passed so far.

You should know that the state labor agency has increased its pace of worksite enforcement actions. The article below gives you some tips on how to prepare.  Click here to read more

 

10 trends that will shape HR in 2018

HRDIVE

By Kathryn Moody, Ryan Golden, Kate Tornone

Published January 3, 2018

 

What a difference a year makes. Last January, the HR industry braced itself for a period of regulatory uncertainty with the inauguration of President Donald Trump, whose campaign hammered on the large volume of regulations placed on businesses by his predecessor. That, coupled with a last-minute injunction halting changes to the overtime rule, made it clear that keeping a workplace compliant in 2017 would be a challenge.

But the year wasn't just about Washington. HR departments across the country played a crucial role in one of the year's largest controversies, an avalanche of incidents wrapped into one succinct hashtag (#MeToo). And the push to make the workplace a safer, more diverse environment meant a steady stream of tasks for the HR department and renewed scrutiny for the critical role it plays.

 In 2018, a new round of trends and some recurring themes are likely to shape the HR landscape... Click here to read  more 

 

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