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2014 NAAAHR Conference Gallry

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Special Promotion:
Attend National Urban League’s Annual Career & Networking Fair! 

Take advantage of special Early Decision Pricing by April 30! The 3-day Career & Networking Fair is highlighted by numerous networking sessions each day and a Speed Networking event with Young Professionals from around the country. View Career Fair Overview

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NAAAHR Detroit Chapter Kick-Off Meeting
Featuring Ms. Pamela J. Green

“Show Me The Money” 

The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Saturday April 25, 2015

Schedule
8AM – 9AM: Registration, Breakfast and Network
9AM – 11AM: Program
11AM – 12PM: Q&A and Networking

Come out and reconnect with other HR friends, guests and colleagues, as the NAAAHR Detroit chapter hosts their kick off meeting, featuring guest speaker, Ms. Pamela J. Green, MBA, SPHR. Ms. Green will address the question:

Did you know that just about everything said in meetings relates to HR? Problem is, we either aren’t in the right meetings and/or we don’t recognize the buzz words and business challenges that signal a value added opportunity for the HR professional. As a major business function, the Human Resource department must be able to demonstrate, consistently, how it will enhance the company’s bottom line and value to the organization.  This requires being in the right business meetings and producing meaningful business reports beyond the typical hiring reports, time to fill a position, and calculating the cost of turnover.  This is about designing an HR business model and communication strategy that turns business problems into resource generating, profit improving, cost decreasing and productivity improving opportunities for the entire organization. Identify strategies that align HR responsibilities with the organization’s strategic plan:

  1. Recognize the business challenges that can lead HR to become an effective business partner and thought leader.
  2. Pinpoint the HR activities that can be tied to profitability.
  3. Outline a profit centered business model that links business challenges to profitability.
  4. Determine the key measures that lead to quantifiable results and ROI.
  5. Create a communication strategy that leads to the sustainable implementation of HR practices.

You’ll walk away with practical strategies that will take your HR operation to a whole new business level, and further solidify your HR career.

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