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Indiana SHRM News
Indiana SHRM News

Certification Update April 2020

Scholarship Opportunities 5th Annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships for HR Professionals Please check out two new scholarship opportunities.  Certification Scholarship – Award to support the pursuit of a professional SHRM Certification.  Conference Scholarship – Award to support attendance at the HR Indiana Conference and waiver of HR Indiana Conference registration fee. Deadline to apply is June 30, 2020… Read more »

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Why it Pays Off to Invest in Employee Wellbeing

In recent years, employee wellness has become a hot topic in the HR community. As HR professionals, we share a common responsibility to help cultivate positive workplaces and shape organizational culture. But as many companies are starting to take employee wellness programs more seriously, tactics like in-office yoga classes and dog-friendly workspaces have been criticized… Read more »

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Certification Update March 2020

Scholarship Opportunities 5th Annual Barnes & Thornburg/Ken Yerkes Scholarships for HR Professionals Please check out two new scholarship opportunities.  Certification Scholarship – Award to support the pursuit of a professional SHRM Certification.  Conference Scholarship – Award to support attendance at the HR Indiana Conference and waiver of HR Indiana Conference registration fee. Deadline to apply is June 30, 2020… Read more »

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Spotlight: Karen Seketa

FAST FACTS Employer: Element Three Title: VP of Talent Certifications: SHRM-SCP Q&A WITH KAREN Q: Why did you get into HR? A: I actually stumbled into HR through the staffing industry right out of college. Q: What do you love most about your job? A: At least one time every day, I am able to contribute to… Read more »

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When Work Works Against You

Some issues that lead to a toxic workplace can affect just about anyone — like interpersonal hostility, lack of work-life balance, sexual harassment and burnout, just to name a few. But for some individuals, like older workers, people with criminal backgrounds, veterans, and those with disabilities, their daily struggles at work can feel almost invisible… Read more »

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