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Diversity: Is it Dead or Just Transformed

Holiday Inn
1000 International Drive
Budd Lake, NJ 07028
February 16, 2017
6:00pm – 8:30 PM
SHRM PDCs: 1.5 approved
HRCI Credits: 1.0 approved

It has been over 20 years since the concept of Diversity first came into the business consciousness. In that time Diversity has transitioned from an extension of compliance to a basic component of organizational effectiveness. In this interactive, fast paced session we will explore the current state of Diversity as a business tool. We will ask and answer the question “Is the need for Diversity Dead?’ while examining our own experiences with capitalizing on the Diversity in our organizations. Each of us will leave this session with at least one concrete idea for pushing the Diversity outcomes in our organization.

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Alma ScottPresenter - Alma Scott-Buczak is Garden State Council - SHRM's outgoing Diversity and Inclusion Chair and incoming Director. She has 30+ years in HR in central banking, pharmaceuticals, public transportation and higher education Alma holds a BA in Economics from Lafayette College and an MA in Human Resources Management from New School University.She is also SHRM –SPC and SHPR certified.

 

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The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program.  It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

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Sussex Warren HRMAIf it's your first visit to our website, welcome! If you are returning, welcome back! The Sussex-Warren Chapter is a small and growing chapter that serves HR professionals who live and work in Sussex and Warren counties and surrounding areas. We offer our members relevant Chapter programming events, legislative updates, volunteer opportunities, and the opportunity to network with member colleagues.

We advance the profession through our annual "financial pledge" to The SHRM Foundation, assisting in the planning of the Garden State Council's Annual Conference, advocating HRCI certification, and being a resource and partnering with local/community organizations such as the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce.

Sussex Warren HRMAOur ability to serve HR professionals like you, and advance our profession is dependent on the collective talents and unique perspectives of all of our volunteer members. I invite you to take the next step, no matter how big or small, to increase your level of involvement in our Chapter.

If you haven't formally joined our Chapter, please take that step by contacting membership or Membership Chairperson or completing the Primary Chapter Designation Form. If you haven't attended a meeting in a while, come back, we miss your perspective. We are confident you will reap the rewards of the program content (in addition to connecting with) your HR colleagues. If you are contemplating serving on a committee or volunteering in some capacity, define the amount of time you are willing to commit and talk to a member of our Board.

Every volunteer minute counts, and our Chapter benefits from your individual perspective. We really do NEED you! Whatever your current level (is), I ask you to take that next step, no matter how big or small, and watch what a difference you will make!

 

 


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