14th ANNUAL NHRA ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT/FUN DAY
MONDAY, JULY 16
Non-NHRA & Non-Golfers are WELCOME!!
The $25 fee includes golf, picnic dinner & golf event awards. Motorized carts are available for rent. Reserve a cart with the Proctor golf club: (218) 624-2255.
This is a nine hole event. Tee-off is at 3:00 p.m.
Raffle tickets will be sold for door prizes from the players participating in the tourney.
100% of Funds collected from raffle ticket sales and “hole sponsors” (see below) will be donated to Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.
Note: pre-registration is required to reserve your spot!
Questions? Call or email Chad Roberg 218-216-2402
Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope.
TO SPONSOR A HOLE: Businesses! If you are interested in sponsoring a hole at this event, choose "hole sponsor" on the registration page. Please contact Chad Roberg at 218-216-2402 with any questions.
Hole sponsors will be recognized and thanked at the golf course and on the NHRA Website. We will also highlight hole sponsors in the NHRA newsletter. This is a great way to promote your business and the cost is only $50.00! This donation goes completely to Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.
RAFFLE PRIZES NEEDED! Contact Chad at 218-216-2402 if you'd like to donate something ______________________________
A LEGISLATIVE PANEL is in the works for August/September...more information to come
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Holiday Inn Downtown Duluth
Presenting your HR Business Case to the C-Suite ~ Kendra Dodd
1. Identify business problems where HR solutions can be most valuable.
2. Learn how to place a dollar value on the problems, solutions, and profit increase.
3. Create business proposals that solve business problems with HR solutions.
This session will challenge you to think like a partner in the business. That means you need to think like a CEO - or find out how your CEO thinks - in order to identify business problems and opportunities and offer viable HR solutions. Your effectiveness as a partner in the business is predicated on how successful you are in speaking the language of your senior leaders. We will also discuss how to dig up and generate applicable data in order to calculate dollars and cents to present to the C-Suite. Finally, we will walk through a business proposal step by step.
Tuesday, October 09, 2018
Holiday Inn Downtown Duluth
Employer Branding: Unlocking the Power of Purpose ~ Andy Goldman Gray
Andy will present an interactive session designed to give thoughts about employer branding and help people begin to shape their unique employer value proposition. We will share examples of small and mid-sized companies who have built an compelling employer brand, begin the process of creating our own, and discover ways we can connect people to the larger purpose of our work.
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MONTHLY MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
American Precision Avionics, Inc
Jessica Myhrer is the Accountant/HR Specialist at American Precision Avionics, Inc. She has worked there for 5 years. She started out as an Accounting Intern and her position was expanded to include the HR Specialist role in the summer of 2015. HR has been a new challenge for Jessica and she enjoys the variety of it. Her main HR duties include recruiting, onboarding, employee benefits, payroll, and legal & compliance. She is a member of SHRM.
Jessica lives in Duluth with her husband, daughter, dog, and pet chickens. She enjoys camping, bike rides, and spending time with her family. _____________________________________________
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS!!
St. Cloud, MN
Internationally recognized Keynote Speakers, more than 30 targeted breakout sessions to choose from, Sunday night reception, Monday night events, an exhibit hall featuring over 100 organizations ~
This is a can't-miss HR industry event of education, networking and idea- sharing!
CHECK OUT THIS YEAR'S AGENDA
NHRA Leads Efforts to Combat Opioid Abuse in the Workplace
Opioid addictions, overdoses, and deaths continue to rise across St. Louis County and Duluth. Opioid addiction does not discriminate, and the opioid crisis is hitting manufacturing floors, office cubicles and even the C-suite at companies across Minnesota. Through the first week of March 2018, six in our county have already died among 19 confirmed opioid overdoses.
On June 25th, NHRA partnered with Allied Against Opioid Abuse (AAOA) to provide education and awareness to employers, engage local communities, support solutions to reduce opioid abuse/misuse, and help eradicate the stigma surrounding addiction. The event provided a platform for business professionals and community members to dialog with subject matter experts, who presented timely information and vital resources to attendees.
The gravity of the opioid epidemic and remarkable response of attendees compelled NHRA to seek out additional employer resources even after the event. Members can view and download both event and post event provided resources here free of charge: https://nhra.wildapricot.org/page-18078.
On behalf of the NHRA, we thank AAOA for reaching out and partnering with us.
We are especially grateful to our panelists, who volunteered their time and expertise, provided invaluable resources, and remain available for follow up.
The opioid epidemic has reached into nearly every community and every workplace, so it is up to all of us to address the problem. When it comes to preventing prescription opioid abuse and misuse, knowledge is power. Get the information and share it as widely as possible!
From left to right - Patricia Stolee, NHRA Board President, introduces panelists:
Lieutenant Jeff Kazel, Commander of the Lake Superior Drug and Violent Crime Task Force
Greg Anderson, Program Supervisor, St. Louis County Public Health
Tim Ollhoff, Director, NuVantage Employee Assistance Program/Lutheran Social Services
Dr. Elisabeth Bilden, MD - Medical Toxicologist, Essentia Health - Medical Consultant, St. Louis County Public Health and the Community Health Board for Cook, Carlton, Lake and St. Louis Counties - Consultant, Minnesota Poison Control System
Employersand community members realize the magnitude of the opioid epidemic in the TwinPorts.
The SHRM Foundation is a values-based charity organization whose mission is to champion workforce and workplace transformation. It provides research-based HR solutions for challenging inclusion issues facing current and potential employees, scholarships to educate and develop HR professionals and opportunities for HR professionals to make a difference in their local communities. The SHRM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management.
LOOK FOR 50/50 RAFFLES AT OUR GOLF EVENT AND AN UPCOMING WINE TASTING EVENT WITH ALL PROCEEDS GOING TO THE SHRM FOUNDATION. __________________________________
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NHRA MEMBERSHIP UPDATES
Event Cancellation Policy
We understand there may be occasions requiring you to cancel yourregistration for an event. Cancellations made within (3) full business daysprior to an event will be fully refunded. Due to costs associated with venue,food planning, and other expenses, cancellations not made within three fullbusiness days will not be refunded or applied to future meetings.
If you have a job status change, please let me know so we can update your information.
If you know of anyone in the HR industry who you think would benefit from this group, please bring them as a guest or refer them to us and we'll reach out to them.
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2018 NHRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: Patricia Stolee, North Shore Bank
Past President/Certification: Theresa Severance, City of Duluth
Secretary: Melissa Williams, WLSSD
Treasurer: Justin Terch, Terch and Buck Consulting
Workforce Development: Betsy Hill, City of Duluth
Professional Development: Judy Aspling, Center City Housing
SHRM Foundation/Newsletter: Amy Haney, Saturn Systems
Governmental/Legislative Affairs: Brittany Bonk, Enbridge Energy
Marketing & Social Media: Wanda Grew-Jasken, EDGE Consulting LLC
College Relations: Tara Swenson, St. Luke's Hospital
Membership/Golf Coordinator: Chad Roberg, Hayes Companies