23rd Human Resource Management Institute
|Date(s):||November 4, 2013
|Time:||8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Credit Hours:||The HR Certification Institute has pre-approved this event for 5.25 general credit hour|
Free parking is available in the Thompson Conference Center parking lot on the corner of Dean Keeton and Red River Streets.
There are a variety of nearby lodging options for this institute.
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For over 23 years the LBJ School of Public Affairs, in cooperation with the Texas State Human Resources Association, has been proud to offer this institute. Our aim is to focus on the critical issues facing Human Resources professionals in state and local government as well as higher education. Attendees leave with practical information and tips that they will be able to take back to their organizations and begin to use immediately. Some of the topics that will be explored this year include:
Employee Law Update
Social Media in Human Resources
Employee Relations: Conducting Investigations
Employee Performance Review
Effective Policy Development
Don't miss this opportunity to network with other Human Resources professionals and gain valuable information from respected experts in their fields.
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The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
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We will be incorporating environmental considerations throughout the meeting to minimize the impact on the environment. We will be considering all aspects of the environment and work to make the conference green by minimizing the use of disposable items, reducing energy consumption, using paperless technology, making informed decisions regarding catering, etc. Greening a program begins before participants have even left home - both in terms of the procedures used for communication, and in making participants aware of the green nature of the meeting and their own responsibilities.