18 Issue 12
Fri, 12/09/2011 - 11:15am - 1:00pm
Program: Who Wants to Be an HR Star? and Annual Charity Award
Sponsor: St. Luke's Episcopal School
Fee: $15 for MSHRM members, $17 for guests
Location: Heron Lakes Country Club, 3851 Government Boulevard, Mobile, AL 36693
Register online (below) to pay with a credit card or RSVP to email@example.com to
pay at the door.
It’s hard to believe that the last month of 2011 is already here.
It has been a privilege to serve as the 2011 MSHRM chapter president
and I look forward to continuing to be involved as past-president next
As always, the December meeting is a special event that’s just a little
bit different than our regular monthly meetings.
- Be sure to RSVP so you can take part in the fun and excitement
of the annual Who Wants to Be an HR Star? game – and maybe
even win some cash to put toward your holiday shopping.
- You’ll also get to be a part of the chapter’s recognition of United
Cerebral Palsy as this year’s charitable donation recipient and have
an opportunity to learn more about the organization.
- As always, there will also be terrific member appreciation gifts
(tasty sweet treats!) on each table.
Officer installation is also being handled a bit differently. Since
there’s so much activity at the December meeting, new officer installation
has been scheduled to be part of the January 2012 program.
Thanks so much for your chapter membership, as well as your support
of and participation in chapter events and activities throughout the
Mary White, Chapter President
MS Coast Coliseum and Convention Center
Director of Human Resources and Risk Management
Gulf Coast Equipment Corp
Taylor Wharton Cryogenics
Human Resources Director
Everyone please update your on-line membership profile
on the web-site (www.mobileshrm.org).
After logging-in on the "CLUB
to "My Profile" and update your information.
There is log-in assistance if you can't remember
your log-in or password. Of particular importance
is your e-mail address. This is the groups preferred
manner of communications and is extremely important.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact
the treasurer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHRM Newsletter Sponsor
SHRM ANNOUNCES DATES FOR THE ANNUAL CERTIFICATION PREPARATION COURSE
FOR THE HUMAN RESOURCE CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE’S PHR AND SPHR CERTIFICATION
- When: January 23, 2012
- Where: Mobile Technical Institute (MTI) Training
Center 1301 Azalea Road Mobile, AL
Cost: $895.00 which includes the complete 2012 SHRM Learning System
and professional instruction in a classroom setting. Note that
the HRCI body of knowledge is changing for 2012, so older editions
of the learning system cannot be used. An additional six percent
processing fee will apply for Visa or MasterCard payments. Seating
is limited and pre-registration(including payment) is required by
January 13, 2012.
For more information or to register, contact:
Chapter certification chair Teresa Taylor at email@example.com or (251)666-6432 or
Instructor Mary White, M.A.,SPHR at firstname.lastname@example.org or (251)478-6848.
More Info Online
Would you like to have an opportunity to market your company’s
products or services to a captive audience of HR professionals?
Sponsor a Mobile Society for Human Resource Management chapter meeting
and you’ll have an exclusive opportunity to do just that! For only
$400, sponsors may have an exhibit near the check-in table, place literature
on each table, and have an opportunity to speak briefly about their
companies during the meeting agenda. What could be better than that?
Limited opportunities are available, as there can be only one sponsor
for each regular meeting.
Contact Tom Woodford at email@example.com or
251-378-2211 to reserve your month!
The Mobile Occupational Health Nurses Association in conjunction with
Gulf Coast Medical Evaluation Center in Spanish Fort and Industrial
Wellness and Rehabilitation in Mobile presents:
Fishing for Facts, Hunting for Resolution
Program Goal: More than 40 million people in the United States have
a physical or mental impairment that significantly affects life activities
and work performance. Annual costs of disability are currently estimated
to be over $300 billion. Impairment is evaluated as a measured change
in an individual’s health status and disability is an individual’s
inability to perform a task successfully. This program will provide
occupational health professionals and other associated professionals
with information that will help them manage and minimize the impact
of disabling injuries and illness.
January 21, 2012
9am – 2pm
Bass Pro Shop in Spanish Fort, AL
Pre-registration required due to limited classroom space
Lunch will be provided
For more information, click
SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The Mobile, Alabama chapter of SHRM exists to promote quality human resource
practice among local industries, businesses, educational institutions, and government
agencies. We bring together leading practitioners to provide education, networking
and discussion of various human resource topics and to identify the best practices
for all aspects of human resource and industrial relations work.
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