BAY COUNTY SHRM, INC.

Panama City, Florida




Affiliate of Society for Human Resource Management - SHRM

Local Chapter of HR FLORIDA STATE COUNCIL


HRMA 2014 "CONFERENCE ON THE BAY"

  • Friday, March 07, 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • 2nd floor Student Union East bldg- Gulf Coast State College

Registration

  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • Includes Welcome Gift, Lunch, Snacks and Beverages.
  • For Sponsors and Dignitaries - code must be obtained from a board member to complete this registration.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    Logo/Company name prominently recognized in all event correspondence prior to conference

    5 minute remarks and introduction of presentation speaker

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company name and logo on conference hand out materials

    Company name, logo, and hyperlink to organization website on Bay County SHRM website for 12 months

    Two participant passes to conference, including lunch

    One 12-month HRMA of Bay County membership*


    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    Company name on event correspondence prior to conference

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company name on conference hand out materials

    Company Name, and hyperlink to company website on the Bay County SHRM website for 9 months

    Two participant passes to conference, including lunch

    One 12-month HRMA of Bay County membership*

    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company Name, website address on the Bay County SHRM website for 6 months

    One participant pass to conference, including lunch


    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.
  • 5’ x 18” Exhibit Booth

    List of conference attendees

    May provide promotional literature in conference bag

    Company Name on the Bay County SHRM website for three months

    One participant pass to conference, including lunch

    SPECIAL NOTE: You MUST contact an executive board member for a registration code to finalize your sponsorship form.

Registration is closed


7 HRCI credits have been applied for with 
the HR Certification Institute.

HRMA 2014
"Conference On The Bay" 

Friday, March 7, 2014

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

2nd floor Student Union East bldg

Gulf Coast State College, Panama City, FL

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Daniel E. Harrell

Recognized as Alabama Super Lawyers – “Rising Stars” – Employment Litigation – 2012

Daniel Harrell is an associate in the General Litigation department of Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, Bond & Stackhouse’s Pensacola office. His practice focuses primarily on labor and employment litigation and counseling, and general civil litigation.

Writing it Right: Avoiding Litigation Pitfalls Through Proper Documentation

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Joyce Chastain


Business Ethics

Business Ethics – Appropriate Decision Making.  Are business ethics just a matter of opinion? Are they rules that govern how we behave in a group or business setting? How do you know what’s expected?This session answers those questions and provides guidelines for communicating business ethics in a clear method to all organizational stakeholders. Specific areas to be covered during this session are:The history of and necessity for ethics in the workplaceHow workplace culture governs ethicsThe changing (evolving) nature of ethicsUnconscious biasWhile human resources professionals may not have sole responsibility for guiding the business ethics of their organization, they can be a strategic contributor when armed with the information to about why ethics matter. Attendees will be provided with a clear understanding of the strategic value to the organization of a clearly defined set of business ethics. Examples will be provided of organizations that have flourished where deep seated values have been evidenced by their principles, strategies and practices.

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Linda Bond Edwards


Although I litigate employment law disputes for employers, my greatest strength lies in advising and counseling employers to resolve internal disputes. As a Florida Supreme Court certified mediation and a trained arbitrator, there is such a value in resolving employment disputes. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) techniques save money and time and allow the parties to come to a much quicker resolution.

I also try to assist employers in taking proactive steps that increase productivity and build stronger relationships with employees.

Specialties:Wage and hour litigation, discrimination, retaliation and harassment claims, training on employment law in-house and public, union negotiation. Workplace audits and practices review. Independent internal investigation of employee complaints.

Proactive Approach to Avoid and Limit Liability

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JJ Jarrell  

The Business of People in Leadership

Leadership Blindspots

Jonathan Jarrell, PHR is the Regional Human Resource Director for Performance Food Group based in Gainesville, Florida. He is also a Certified Speaker and Leadership Coach for the John Maxwell Company and Certified Social & Emotional Intelligence Coach. Known by his friends as “JJ” he has spent the last 17 years in leadership in the distribution industry. Having worked within some very successful organizations “JJ” has used his role in Human Resources to maximize the organizations success by focusing on individual strengths while improving performance. JJ is a long time member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the 2011 and 2012 President of the North Central Florida Society for Human Resources (NCF-SHRM) and currently holds the position of District Director for the HR Florida State Council.

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Tyler White

Jackson Lewis

Mr. White represents and counsels employers in the public and private sector on all aspects of employment-related issues. He regularly represents employers in disputes, litigation, and arbitration involving trade secrets, non-competition agreements, non-disclosure agreements, wage hour allegations, and allegations of race, gender, national origin, disability, age, marital status, genetic information and religious discrimination. Mr. White also defends employers in cases involving allegations of defamation, sexual harassment, violations of Florida’s Guns at Work law, and whistleblower and workers’ compensation retaliation.

 

The Role of Human Resources in Organizations

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Colin Thakkar

Colin Thakkar is an Associate in the Jacksonville, Florida office of Jackson Lewis P.C.  
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Colin A. Thakkar
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Mr. Thakkar represents and counsels small and large businesses on all aspects of employment-related issues. He has represented employers in federal and state disputes and litigation involving allegations of discrimination, wage and hour claims, ERISA claims, non-compete, non-solicitation, non-disclosure agreements and various employment-related common law claims. Mr. Thakkar also has significant experience representing and advising employers regarding traditional labor law issues, including labor arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, and the interpretation of collective bargaining agreements.

Jackson Lewis

http://www.jacksonlewis.com


Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace

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Tracey J. Hyde, Esquire

Board Certified in Workers' Compensation


Tracey Hyde's practice area covers workers' compensation defense matters in both State and Federal (Longshore & DBA) areas. Prior to joining the McConnaughhay firm, Tracey was Assistant State Attorney for the 14th Judicial Circuit. In 2006, Tracey was Board Certified by the Florida Bar in the area of Workers' Compensation. Her clients include national insurers, state and local governmental agencies, hospitals, restaurants, hotel chains and a school district.

Interplay between FMLA, ADA and Florida Worker's Compensation

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This Conference is designed for small business owners, business professionals and human resources practitioners.

This event will provide you the latest trends and practices related to employment law, hiring, terminations, workplace safety, worker's compensation, and ethics in business, etc. 

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Register now to get your seat at the EARLY BIRD price

 

Attendee Rates:

Fee Available:

HRMA Rate:

Regular Rate

Now to 1/31/2014

$ 69

$ 79
2/1-2/15/2014 $ 79 $ 89
2/16-3/7/2014 (Late) $ 89 $ 99

Breakfast, lunch, snacks, beverages and door prizes. Registration will be available the day of the conference at the Late rate.


 

 If YOU would like to be a Sponsor contact a board member for the code necessary to register your sponsorship level. Sponsorship levels and details are located HERE.

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