Welcome to Tri-State Human Resource Management

President’s Message

Welcome to Tri-State Human Resource Management Association. This is a particularly exciting time as Tri-State has just turned the corner celebrating its 30th anniversary. That’s right, 30 years impacting the community by honing and expanding the knowledge and skills of many human resource professionals and, may I add, our impact has gone far beyond just HR.  Over the years, we have reached out to the community to collaborate on programs such as our HR 101 for Non-Profits which is now in its 14th year; our hikes to the hill where we have brought busloads of folks to talk to our government representatives; and our annual fundraisers for programs like the South Jersey Food Bank, Toys for Tots, Urban Promise, Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund, Catholic Charities, etc…   

We have also impacted the community by providing programs for a broad expanse of the workforce spanning from college students to young professionals to programs for lone rangers and Sr. Executives. We have a Career Management Program available to those employed and in transition. Our workforce readiness committee has collaborated with returning vets, other individuals in the job market and, just last year we launched a year-long initiative raising member awareness on issues of diversity and inclusion.   

In a recent survey of our over 400 members, it was confirmed that our members most value the information and learning they receive from Tri-State and the networking opportunities at our monthly meetings, ½ day seminars, full day conferences and networking events.  Notwithstanding all this positive business impact, Tri-State is a group of truly good hearted, warm and friendly people who demonstrate not only the best in a professional association but also the best in being really great people.

For more information, please call us at (856) 428-7585.  We look forward to seeing you. 

Margie McLaughlin, SPHR
President
Tri-State HRMA

TRI-STATE HRMA 2014-2015 BOARD

Announcements

WHEN WORK WORKS Partnership
This year is shaping up to be a banner year for workplace flexibility and the When Work Works team has launched two new offerings in 2015 to help spread the good news about embracing workflex in your organizations.  
New When Work Works Resource Features Effective Workplace Strategies Ever wonder what innovative workplace flexibility strategies employers in your industry are leveraging to make work “work?” If so, be sure to check out this new resource from When Work Works – a FREE online searchable database of promising and innovative practices from employers that are creating effective and flexible workplaces.

This online version of The Guide to Bold New Ideas for Making Work Work highlights 2013-2014 When Work Works Award-winning organizations by size, industry, location or type of flexibility program. Use this tool to learn what effective practices other employers in your state or sector are implementing to attract and retain talent. Start your search HERE!
Learn How to Attract and Retain Talent in Manufacturing at the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference The manufacturing sector is key to long-term economic growth, but that growth is possible only if the sector can attract and retain top talent. Join the When Work Works team and manufacturing industry leaders June 28, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada for a half day, pre-conference workshop and learn best practices for recruiting and retaining talent in manufacturing and how to reinvent work for greater flexibility among production line employees.
Attendees will learn:    
•       How to create and continuously develop a culture that values the well-being of employees and how this benefits the bottom line    
•       Best practices for attracting and retaining talent for manufacturing     •       How to incorporate workplace flexibility among production line employees as part of organizational business strategies    
•       How to create programs within your communities that teach potential employees the skills needed to create candidate pools for current and future job needs


HR Person of the Year 2015 - Save the Date
HR Person of the Year 2015 - Save the Date

The HR Person of the Year Award Dinner will be held on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at Vie in Philadelphia.  Click here for more details. Honoring Human Resource Professionals in the Delaware Valley for 15 Years! The To learn more, visit our website www.HRPersonAward.org.

Congratulations to Tri-State HRMA 2015 Nominees: Douglas Allen, SPHR, SHRM-SCP; Jerry Hampton, Karen Roberts and Jamie Rivero, PHR, SHRM-CP

The following Tri-State Members have been recognized as the HR Person of the Year Award from 2004-2014: Donna Jack, SPHR, Dorothy Stubblebine, SPHR  - Lifetime Achievement Award, Anneliese McMenamin, SPHR, Judy Baker, John Baldino, SPHR, Jeff Backal, Aaron Boucher, PHR, Laraine Knauss, SPHR, Margie McLaughlin, SPHR, Monica McClintock, SPHR, Theresa McGlinchey, SPHR, Carol Asselta, SPHR, John Knoop, SPHR and Diane Wagner, SPHR.

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