June 2017 - IE SHRM News & Updates
June Monthly Meeting - June 15 Doubletree Hotel - San Bernardino
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The Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership
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Join us on June 15, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, San Bernardino for our June topic: "The Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership


Attendees will:
  •  Learn the importance of confidence in leadership
  •  Create value for your expertise by identifying your UVP - Unique Value Proposition
  •  Gain the key strategies to ask for professional ascension
Click here to register by Friday, June 9 or  learn more.
The Future of the Workplace

Inland Empire SHRM will hold its 5th Annual HR Conference this year. The Future of the Workplace promises to be our best conference yet. We are offering more speakers and more topics to better meet your professional development needs. Our conference is designed for all HR practitioners, from early career to the more experienced HR executive. 
 
Hear from the experts.
Our speakers are business experts, practitioners and peers who know what you need to know. You'll get a solid grounding in tried-and-true HR fundamentals and unique insight into the innovative new practices that will change how the world does business. Learn more.  
Sponsorship Opportunities Available to HR Vendors and Service Providers

Wouldn't you love the opportunity to showcase your products and services to HR professionals from the Inland Empire? It's not too late to sponsor an IE SHRM monthly meeting, Annual HR Conference or, new this year, advertise in our Annual HR Conference booklet. Email:  sponsorship@ieshrm.org .or click here to learn more.
Welcome New Members! 

Inland Empire SHRM extends a warm welcome to our new members! We hope to see you at our next monthly meeting so please stop by to say hello!

Mireya Barron, Schamber Electric, Inc.
Lauren Beimer, Veterinary Services, Inc.
Maria Chavez, Fenceworks, Inc.
Jeana Christensen, Barstow Community Hospital
Ani Doctorian, PHR, SHRM-CP,
Todd Frankel, Best Best & Krieger LLP
Michele Garcia, Innocor, Inc.
Elizabeth Lyons, DPI Labs, Inc.
Michael Manassee, Mulligan Group, Inc.
Kimberly Marsh, WestMar Commercial Brokerage
Regina McConnell, Claremont Graduate University
Dana McCree, School of Allied Professions, Loma Linda University
Adriana Mendieta
Erika Mendoza, National Merchants Association
Iris Plascencia, CEMEX
Helen Shearer, Riverside County, DPSS
Luis Villasenor, Kohls
Lisa Virgil, St. Jude Medical Center
James Wallace, Azusa Pacific University
Valerie Welsh, West Coast Drywall and Paint
Victoria Williamson, Riverside County Law Library
Adrienne Yeager, Hyundai Glovis
Cheryl Avilez, Avi Business Solutions
Robert Basile, Waddell & Reed
Sandra Colletti, City of Monrovia
Ana Mukanos, SPHR, City of Monrovia
Cindy Burns, Waste Management
Julie Smith, Feeding America Riverside, San Bernardino
Heather Fish, O'Reilly Auto Parts
Coleen Berlin, The Peggs Company, Inc.
Kari Mitzner, SPHR, Co-Op Financial Services
Wendell Jose, Dept. of Homeland Security, USCIS
Jasmine Chinchilla, Cal State San Bernardino
Megan Turner, California Baptist University
Carrera Nicole Peterson, Cox Automotive
EHRPs
EHRP Workshops 

Our EHRPs met on May 20 and learned how to develop an elevator speech and prepare for an interview. 

Our next workshop is scheduled for July 8. The EHRPs will learn the most common mistakes employers make.  Learn more
Are you interested in your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Certification?

If so, classes start  Saturday, September 9, 2017 in Ontario,       California.   For  more details visit the Certification page under our website.   For any certification or re-certification questions, please contact our IE-SHRM Certification Director, Richard Dawson, at  909-270-9801 , or by email at  Rickeywd@aol.com .  You can also inquire about Co-Certification Instructor opportunities. 

To hear more about the SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Competencies and the upcoming certification classes, join us at our monthly meeting on  July 20, 2017, at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California. 
Legislative & Legal Update 
Think Outside the Box

As a recruiter have you ever had the perfect applicant apply for a position and he/she was dispositioned as "not qualified" because of a conviction or prior arrest record? If you and/or the hiring manager were not aware of the applicants record would you be in a different mindset?

If you live in a city or county that has adopted "Ban the Box" or the "Fair Chance" ordinance then your applicant pool has probably grown exponentially. If you do not live in an area that has imposed this ordinance, you may want to prepare your organization for the California statewide ban the box regulation.  On February 16, 2017, five California assembly members introduced Assembly Bill 1008, which proposes to add a section to the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) containing new state-wide restrictions on an employer's ability to make pre-hire and other employment decisions based on an applicant or employee's criminal records, including a ban the box component. Ban the box refers to a grassroots effort to remove the check box on job applications that asks if a candidate has ever been convicted of a crime.  Read more
Volunteer Opportunities with Inland Empire SHRM  

Are you excited about HR? Would you like to participate in advancing the HR profession? Inland Empire SHRM currently has open board positions and volunteer opportunities for innovative and energetic individuals that are interested in giving back to the profession.  By volunteering with your local SHRM chapter, you can earn up to 10 (PDC) recertification credits per year.

Current board of director opportunities:

Treasurer
- Acts as financial officer and advisor to chapter board of directors.  Guides the financial direction of the chapter, recognize possible financial problems, and bringing such problems to the attention of the board of directors for action. Send dues notices and other invoices to members.  Files appropriate forms and information with IRS. Click here to view all open volunteer positions.
Message of Board President, Joey Kolasinsky
SHRM Conference - New Orleans

I am excited to attend the upcoming  SHRM Annual Conference in a few weeks in New Orleans.  I've been to several SHRM Conferences over the years and each one refreshes me and connects me with new friends and colleagues.  HR professionals have to be one of the more fun groups of people out there!  I always bring away tons of ideas to apply in my personal and my professional life.  I hope to see you there.  If you are interested in joining the IE SHRM Board members that will be in attendance for dinner or lunch, or a cup of coffee, please let me know.  I can be reached at joeysphr@gmail.com or you can email the board at any time at ieshrm@gmail.com We would love to connect with you!

If you have not registered for the SHRM Annual Conference you should do it soon!  Registration can be made at:  https://annual.shrm.org/.  

I hope you are enjoying the cool weather and getting ready for summer!  

Sincerely,

Joey Kolasinsky, IESHRM President
Annual HR Conference
Early Bird Rates 
$175 for IE SHRM members/ $250 for non-members
Register by July 1
Earn 6 Recertification Credits
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