Tag Archive: #HRFL11

Sep 15

#HRFL11 Wrap-Up

The 2011 HR Florida State Conference & Expo was a huge success and I couldn’t be more proud and excited for our organization.  Like those from our past and also from our future, this year’s conference is the result of many years of lessons learned and a multitude of dedicated volunteers both in the year …

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Sep 13

#HRFL11 Carnival

Mike VanDervort, Victorio Milian & Bryan Wempen

It is honestly hard to believe the 2011 HR Florida State Conference & Expo has come and gone. What an incredible year it has been putting all of the finite details together to pull off yet another hugely successful, record-breaking event. In addition to the unbelievable support and dedication of our team of volunteers and …

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Aug 16

Use Self Development to Move Ahead in HR

Dwane Lay

Our next post in our guest blogger series comes from Dwane Lay.  Dwane presents a variety of topics to professional audiences and is the author at LeanHRBlog.com. He is recognized as the leading authority on the application of Lean tools and techniques in Human Resources, as well as having a wealth of experience in applying …

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Aug 12

Social Tech Team Profile: Kris Dunn

Kris Dunn

The sixth member of the 2011 HR Florida social technology team to be profiled is Kris Dunn, who just happens to be a member of the very first HR Florida blogging team back in 2009. Kris is an HR practitioner with a wide and deep understanding of the HR field. He is currently the Chief Human Resources Officer, and …

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Aug 10

Social Tech Team Profile: Joni Doolin

This is our fifth post featuring members of our 2011 HR Florida State Conference & Expo Social Technology Team.  Today’s post features Joni Doolin, CEO and Founder of People Report. Joni and a small team of analysts and HR executives designed and launched the survey that became the foundation for the People Report consortium.  Today …

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