HR Indiana 2018
HR Indiana 2018
HR Indiana 2018
Indiana SHRM News
Indiana SHRM News

5 Things We Learned at HR Indiana 2019

Another great HR Indiana Conference is in the books! It was a star-studded event, with three days full of networking, informative sessions, and fun with fellow HR professionals. Between our fabulous keynote speakers, inspiring breakout sessions, and the Stars of the Silver Screen exhibit hall, we learned so much at conference this year. We couldn’t… Read more »

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Certification Update August 2019

New! Policy Changes to SHRM Recertification SHRM formally announced via email several enhancements to the SHRM Recertification process for those with an existing SHRM Certification. A brief recap: Earn PDCs During the Grace Period, effective August 1, 2019. SHRM Certification holders who are working toward recertification can earn PDCs for activities they participate in through… Read more »

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5 Things Not to Miss at the 2019 HR Indiana Conference

One of the year’s most exciting events is just around the corner — the 25th Annual HR Indiana Conference! We’re looking forward to spending time with our colleagues, making new connections, furthering the human resources profession, and having some fun along the way. Our 2019 conference will be more jam-packed than ever before! Here are… Read more »

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HR Indiana Conference 2019: An Insider’s Guide

The annual HR Indiana Conference will be here before we know it! Over 1,800 HR professionals gather every year in Indianapolis to take advantage of world-renowned keynote speakers, valuable exhibitors and fun networking events. If there’s one SHRM event you don’t want to miss, it’s this one! There’s a lot to see and do, so… Read more »

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Certification Update July 2019

SHRM Foundation Certification Scholarships SHRM will award SHRM Certification scholarships on November 1. Scholarship applications will be accepted until September 1. Recipients will receive $750 for the SHRM Certification exam and preparation (SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP). Learn more. *Note, November 1 awards must be used between November 1, 2019 to November 1, 2020. Chapters are also… Read more »

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SHRM Foundation Update June 2019

Step Up for the Foundation Last month, we encouraged all chapters to Race to 100% Giving. This month, our focus is on “Stepping Up” for the SHRM Foundation. 2019 is the 4th Annual SHRM Foundation Step Challenge at SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas, NV. As the step challenge generates a great deal… Read more »

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Certification Update June 2019

Now Accepting Applications – 4th Annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships for HR Professionals The HR Indiana Annual Conference announces the 4th annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships. These are needs-based scholarships that will be awarded by HR Indiana and Barnes & Thornburg. There are two (2) scholarships that will be awarded: Certification Scholarship –… Read more »

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How to Be Inclusive of Chronically Ill Employees

Chronic illness affects every part of a person’s life, including — and often especially — their work life. As an HR professional, your ethical responsibility to accommodate employees with chronic illness goes beyond legal requirements mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Plus, you can accommodate… Read more »

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Certification Update May 2019

Now Accepting Applications – 4th Annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships for HR Professionals The HR Indiana Annual Conference announces the 4th annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships. These are needs-based scholarships that will be awarded by HR Indiana and Barnes & Thornburg. There are two (2) scholarships that will be awarded: Certification Scholarship –… Read more »

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HR’s Commitment to Employees with Chronic Illness

Chronic illness affects 6 in 10 adults in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As the population ages — and continues working later into life — chronic illness becomes a more prevalent issue in workplaces across the country. To develop a culture that is inclusive of employees with chronic… Read more »

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