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Wednesday, June 21, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT) at the:

Queensborough National Bank
201 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30458

Location Contact Number: (912) 764 - 6600



Guest $27.37, Student $14.18, and Members are Free



Workforce Management & Your Organization - Know When to Invest



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Workforce management recognized as an integral piece in many of today's human capital management solutions. The technology embedded in current workforce management software enables businesses to efficiently manage, plan, and track their labor resources, Workforce management software helps businesses increase their revenues and reduces their labor costs. As more businesses today are beginning to see the value behind this technology and the benefits that it can provide, many are now investing in these types of applications. In our presentation, we'll provide you with a detailed view into what to look for when selecting a workforce management solution; discuss why it's such an integral component to human capital management; and dig deeper into the value and benefits that workforce management provides.


Daryl has more than 18 years of experience within the Human Capital systems industry and has managed various responsibilities, including customer support, implementation and sales. In his current role with Ceridian, Daryl is responsible for business development and building brand awareness of the Dayforce platform across south Georgia.


Daryl lives in Gainesville, GA with his wife Jennifer and 3 children, Alison, Hailey, and Tyler. When not busy with networking and meeting new customers he spends his time on Lake Lanier with all things water sports related.

You can connect with Daryl on LinkedIn -

https://www.linkedin.com/in/Daryl-Hiddema8675

Daryl Hiddema

Dayforce HCM Consultant at Ceridian
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Wednesday May 17, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Signup now on EventBrite or go to our website: Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter to register for this important meeting.


Methods for Maintaining Cultural Competence & Inclusion in the Workplace.


Modern workers interact with colleagues from an assortment of diverse backgrounds, i.e. race & ethnicity, age, culture, sexual orientation, or gender affiliation, etc. This presentation will offer strategies, for HR and other managers, in the continuous development of an inclusive workplace environment, where employees can work efficiently as their authentic selves. Individual and organizational levels of cultural competence and prejudices will be assessed. Areas of improvement will be identified to help organizations develop a greater awareness of cultural differences and an action plan to acknowledge multi-cultural work environment.
Learn practical workplace solutions to encourage cultural awareness among co-workers, reduce negative interactions caused by cultural differences, and develop a cognitive schema for interacting with people of different ethnicities, sexual, gender, or religious orientation, as well as conflict resolution.

Guest Speaker
Megan Bouchillon

Megan Bouchillon joined Georgia Southern University’s Division of Continuing Education team in July of 2016. As the Business Development and Marketing Coordinator, Megan oversees and develops strategic public relations campaigns and also assists with marketing efforts for new business acquisitions.

Megan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Social Science from Georgia Southern University. Megan’s greatest strengths are her creativity, drive, and leadership. She thrives on challenges, particularly those that expand the division’s reach. Megan is passionate about advertising, marketing, and brand management because she enjoys the creative process involved with each project.
Megan was born and raised in Statesboro, GA and continues to live in Statesboro with her husband and loyal Labrador retriever.


Megan Bouchillon
Business Development and Marketing Coordinator



Nessmith-Lane Center
847 Plant Drive | Statesboro, GA 30458
Main Line: 912-478-5555
Direct Line: 912-478-5722
Website: www.georgiasouthern.edu/conted
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The Future of Leadership Development

Leadership Development is changing in our industries because the next generation of leaders is changing. We must include an engagement, accountability and rewards component. We must focus on building on the strengths and closing gaps that are a result of limiting beliefs. In this session we will discuss this topic but most of all you will experience it for yourselves.

Guest Speaker
Certified Coach Speaker & Trainer
Carmela Williams

Carmela Williams has over 15 years of experience working in payroll, human resources, employment law and church infrastructure. She has committed her life to improving the lives of those around her. Camela Williams has found that there are some fundamental leadership skills true in every area of our lives, whether it is in the board room in a corporate setting, with the mentoring program in a volunteer setting or the church leadership meeting.
While serving in both corporate America and non-profit organizations, she has witnessed the impact of great leadership on people as well as the organizations. Camela's passion is to see organizations put a team of leaders together that will afford their company effective growth for years to come. She will partner with corporations, organizations and ministries to help build the team, strengthen the team or simply motivate the team to continue to add value to the people they serve, the organization they represent and in their own personal lives.
As a John Maxwell Team Coach, Trainer and Speaker, Camela offers customized presentations to fit the individual or team’s needs and budget such as:

 10 minute briefing
 “Lunch and Learn”
 Keynote speech for your company, ministry or organization
 Half day and full day workshop/seminar
 In-house corporate training
 Retreats
 Partnership Summit

Camela Williams provides effective team communication and structure that is important for forging relationships equipping the team with the proper attitudes to develop leaders within. She and her organization will work through goal setting and communication exercises that will bring cohesiveness to the group ultimately increasing productivity due to the positive influences each member will have on the group as a whole.

Wednesday March 15, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm

Location:

Queensborough National Bank
201 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA. 30458

Location Contact Number: (912) 764 - 6600


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Understanding Workers Compensation and Ways to Control Costs

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Guest Speaker: Michael McCurdy





Mike has spent over 35 years in Human Resources leadership in the Manufacturing sector. Mike served the Blue Bird Corporation as Vice-President of Human Resources and External Affairs beginning in 1998 until his retirement in January 2017.



His career in Human Resources has included the design of employee benefit programs, effective management of EHS and implementation of workers compensation cost control programs and union avoidance. His experience also includes multi-facility responsibilities at locations in both the U.S. and Canada. Mike's efforts with the recruitment of veterans, those with disabilities, and candidates from correctional institutions have resulted in recognition from the State. Mike has shown the importance of developing relationships with local and State officials to support the growth initiatives of the organization.



Mike graduated from Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a B.B.A. and continued his studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He also received his professional certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources Management. Mike currently serves as a Board Director with the Georgia Chamber, the Georgia Workers Compensation Association, and the Georgia Employer's Association.



Mike and his wife, Rita, who is Grants Manager for the Macon Volunteer Clinic, reside in Macon, Georgia.


Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)

Queensborough National Bank
201 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30458
















Clinton Cowart
M.A. Webster University, 2010
Temporary 2017 Director of Technology
Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter (# 0588)
Post Office Box 1633
Statesboro, GA. 30459
website: statesboroarea.shrm.org
Cell: (912)247-9545
statesboroareashrm@gmail.com
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Understanding Workers Compensation and Ways to Control Costs

By

Guest Speaker: Michael McCurdy





Mike has spent over 35 years in Human Resources leadership in the Manufacturing sector. Mike served the Blue Bird Corporation as Vice-President of Human Resources and External Affairs beginning in 1998 until his retirement in January 2017.



His career in Human Resources has included the design of employee benefit programs, effective management of EHS and implementation of workers compensation cost control programs and union avoidance. His experience also includes multi-facility responsibilities at locations in both the U.S. and Canada. Mike's efforts with the recruitment of veterans, those with disabilities, and candidates from correctional institutions have resulted in recognition from the State. Mike has shown the importance of developing relationships with local and State officials to support the growth initiatives of the organization.



Mike graduated from Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a B.B.A. and continued his studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He also received his professional certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources Management. Mike currently serves as a Board Director with the Georgia Chamber, the Georgia Workers Compensation Association, and the Georgia Employer's Association.



Mike and his wife, Rita, who is Grants Manager for the Macon Volunteer Clinic, reside in Macon, Georgia.


Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)

Queensborough National Bank
201 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30458
















Clinton Cowart
M.A. Webster University, 2010
Temporary 2017 Director of Technology
Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter (# 0588)
Post Office Box 1633
Statesboro, GA. 30459
website: statesboroarea.shrm.org
Cell: (912)247-9545
statesboroareashrm@gmail.com
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A very productive meeting for the Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter.

The Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter meeting kicked off with the swearing in of the new 2017 President Charlene Powell.

Curtis Woody past on the torch and has taken on the role of Workforce Readiness Director as well as Past President.

The new 2017 Board of Directors were then sworn in to fulfill their role in the new year.


Starting from the left Steve Charlier, Deborah Weidman, Brittany Johnson, Jarina James, Curtis Woody, Niesha Williams, Robin Thompson, and Charlene Powell.

Jill Johns inspired the chapter with her firm's take on strategy which aims to focus on the positive strengths that people bring to an organization.


I sadly bid a farewell to the Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter as I accepted my Appreciation Award for my two years of service as the 2015 and 2016 Director of Technology.
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Don't miss out on this Wednesday's January 18, 2017 meeting of the Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at:
Queensborough National Bank
201 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA. 30458
Location Contact Number: (912) 764 - 6600
The Price is: Guest $27.37, Student $14.18, and Members are Free.
Register today! We would love to see all of you. :)


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Register for the meeting today!




Clinton Cowart
M.A. Webster University, 2010
Temporary 2017 Director of Technology
Statesboro Area SHRM Chapter (# 0588)
Post Office Box 1633
Statesboro, GA. 30459
website: statesboroarea.shrm.org
Cell: (912)247-9545
statesboroareashrm@gmail.com
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