2017

Wednesday, April 26

"Workforce Recruiting & Retention Strategies"

Topics presented include:

  • Analyzing your turnover/retention trends and recruitment trends – what & why
  • Recruiting and retention strategies that will help to achieve your workforce objectives (recruitment, onboarding, training, performance management, career development, rewards/recognition, leadership/direction, and support/resources)
  • Ensuring your interviewing and selection processes don’t hinder your hiring efforts
  • Tools and processes to help with recruitment and retention

Deborah Hines is the president and founder of the Center for Individual and Organizational Effectiveness (C4IOE), a management consulting company founded in 1998 that provides services in a variety of industries to business, government, academic, and non-profit clients.

Deb consults in the areas of: operational excellence and strategy, organizational effectiveness & development, strategic planning, talent development, people strategy/human resources, entrepreneurship, operational planning and business process restructuring, training, instructional design/curriculum development, and technical writing (procedures, manuals, etc). 

Deb has also consulted to or taught at colleges/universities including Harvard University, University of Notre Dame, Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, and La Roche College among others. Prior to starting C4IOE, Deb held roles at H.J. Heinz in Pittsburgh and Burgess Norton Manufacturing, Kraft General Foods and Dial Corporations in the Chicago and mid-west region, managing groups in organization development and human resources, and operations.

She has a M.Ed. from Loyola University of Chicago in corporate instructional management / organizational development. She also received a B.A. in psychology and business from the University of Notre Dame. She also holds certifications of Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

 

Wednesday, May 31

“When Your Former Employee Files for Unemployment”

Topics will include how to complete the unemployment paperwork, determining when an employee is able and available for work, employee misconduct and how it relates to unemployment.  Unemployment appeals and hearing appearances. 

Lynn Chuey, NHA, vice president of human resources at St. Paul’s, Greenville, PA. Lynn has worked in the field of Human Resources since 1982. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1982 with a BS in Consumer Services.  In 1994, she became a licensed nursing home administrator. 

 

Tuesday, September 19

“Setting Up a Budget”

 

Tuesday, October 24

“Managing Risk”

 

Cost is $20 per member / $25 per non-member

**Dates are subject to change due to speaker availability.