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Back to the Future: HR Fundamentals in Changing Times

October 26, 2017
7:45 AM to 4:00 PM
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Falkirk Estates
206 Smith Clove Road
Central Valley, NY 10917
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                 Mid-Hudson Valley

Society for Human Resource Management

October 26,2017

 Full Day Conference

Back to the Future: HR Fundamentals in Changing Times

 

LOCATION Falkirk Estates

                     206 Smith Clove Road

                     Central Valley, NY 10917

 

DATE & TIME: Thursday, October 26, 2017

                        7:45 - 8:45 am: Registration, Breakfast

                        8:45 - 9:00: Welcome

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COST:  $125 Chapter Member; $145 Non-Chapter Member 

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

 

9:00—10:15 am Session 1

See the Future, Be the Future: Implications for HR

Presenter: Margaret Regan

Take a visual journey into the future to see how the workplace and workforce will change over the next 10 years. What will careers look like with Freetainers, Anybots, ESIs, AI and the Evaporating Office? How will we handle Talent Management as Generations Y and Z become the majority and define both work and HR differently? See examples of how some organiza-tions are catching the wave today with innovative pro-grams that respond to these changes. This interactive multimedia presentation, including a trip into virtual reality, will focus on current HR challenges and oppor-tunities and what you need to do to see the future so you can embrace the future in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world.

10:15—10:30 am Solution Center

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10:30 am —11:45 pm Session 2

How to Conduct Legal & Effective Workplace Investigations

Presenter: John Bagyi

Handled correctly, a workplace investigation can limit or even eliminate an employer’s legal liability. This presentation will provide a crash course in how to effectively and legally conduct workplace investigations by addressing difficult issues, including where to start an investigation, who should be interviewed, how to handle a difficult witness or one who refuses to participate, and the rights of employees during investigatory interviews. This presentation will give you the tools you need to conduct workplace investigations.

11:45—12:45 pm Lunch and Solution Center

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12:45—2:00 pm Session 3

Moneyball for the Talent Function

Presenter: Mark Fogel

The premise of Michael Lewis’ 2004 book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game was that the collective wisdom of baseball insiders is flawed and that using more advanced analytical tools leads to better teams. What if the same is true for talent management? Recruiters have more data than ever before but they have yet to crack the code on recruitment excellence. Google and a few others have been pushing the envelope on this. Factoring into the screening process behavioral and cognitive attributes of candidates can be a game changer at a rate of as much as eight times the success rate in new hire success and retention. This presentation will explore how to change your interview process and decision-making protocol to maximize your recruitment results.

2:00—2:15 pm Dessert and Sponsor Raffles in the Solutions Center

2:15—3:30 pm Session 4

Today’s Workplace: Ethics and Social Responsibility Go Hand-In-Hand

Presenter: Frank Cania

This presentation will introduce HR professionals to the Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility discipline, which deals with organizational and personal values and their expression in business decision-making and behavior. It emphasizes organizational codes of ethics but also includes relevant legal requirements. This discipline also involves managing the societal impact of business decisions,

philanthropy and the role of human resource professionals in improving the quality of life of employees, their families and the community at large

Tickets

$145.00 Non-member Ticket
$125.00 Earlybird rate before October 1

$125.00 Member Ticket
$105.00 Earlybird rate before October 1