I thought I'd introduce myself.
I have worked in HR since December 2000 when a chance temp Admin Asst assignment landed me in an HR department. I decided I liked it and have slowly been rising through the ranks since. I finally went back to school (online) and completed my BS degree in 2003 and then got my PHR certification in 2007.
I now do Benefits, Payroll, Compensation, HRIS and anything else needed for a small (but growing quickly) pharmaceutical company.
We're in the midst of our Medical Benefits Open Enrollment, so life is chaotic; but I'm looking forward to the World at Work conference next week (local for me, in Philadelphia) and the SHRM conference next month in Chicago.
So, that's it in a nutshell.
I found this great website that has a bunch of tools, FAQs, etc for human resources professionals. There is also a 10 step guide to getting into HR for people who are just starting out.
Hi... all HR expertise..
I have a topic " employment relationship can be regarded as power relationship" explain this views and analyse its consequences for Human Resource.
Can anyone help with this topic..
I dont quite get the topic .. how employment relationship relates with power? is it through Trade Union.. or ?
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I am preparing for the new year and I would like to generate a total employee compensation statement for 2005. I want to outline what employee grossed in pay along with taxes, benefits and other costs picked up by the employer.
I am pretty sure that there is software that does this, but I cannot find anything. Does anyone currently have a software program that they utilize and if so, can I please have the product information?
Thanks and Happy Holidays!
So I am at a very small college. Less than 700 people, and all women. Anyway, we have a great chapter. Last yere we were Supior Merit, and we've gotten a merit award for something like 4 or 5 years before that. Also, last year we won the NC HR Games, so we do really well to be so small. But today I am especially proud of us. It is so hard to raise money here. No one seems to want to donate to anything, but we do a great job emptying peoples' pockets. *lol* We are having an amazing raffle right now. 50 cents/ ticket, and we have over $500 worth of prizes. So yesterday we say outside, in the freezing cold, for just under 3 hours, and we raised over $100! Most people had already left for TG, so we saw maybe 100 people. Anyway, the fact that we got such a great response in such a short period of time was Great! I'm so proud of my ladies, and I think they should be proud of themselves, too! We have fantastic officers. I just think the world of them.
So, just to sell myself a little bit here....
we have over $200 in gift certificates,
Several items from Bath and Body Works,
Several items from The Body Shop,
Lots of candels,
Peace Collge stuff including a camp chair, a blanket, and a pillow,
A very nice diploma frame,
And so much more!
If you'd like to buy a ticket (only 50 cents!), I'll ship what ever you win via UPS.
If you don't want a ticket, wish us luck, We're trying to save money to go to DC to see Colin Powell!
President PC SHRM
We had our first meeting of the quarter last night. Our speaker didn't show up. Apparently, all this time he thought he was supposed to go to the Edmonds campus. Did he not think to clarify the directions? Did our VP of Programs not make it clear that he was coming to Ellensburg??? *grumble grumble*
I am struggling with wanting to make this year outstanding, and trying NOT to do everyone's job for them. Since I am older and more experienced, I just assume that people will listen to me. (They should, darn it!) So, at our next exec meeting, we will go over what went wrong and how this person could have gotten the wrong idea. I am all about the forms, so maybe I will suggest making up a "form letter" (personalized, of course) to send to our speakers to follow up after they have accepted our request to speak.
The meeting turned out OK. We had pizza, which was planned already. We ad lib'd, introducing all of the officers, I talked about the Merit Book, the other officers talked about what they do and why they joined SHRM, then we just did a Q&A thing. The good news is that we actually ran out of national membership applications!
Vice President of Merit
SHRM, CWU Student Chapter