Tag Archive: #HRFL12

Sep 19

That’s a Wrap! #HRFL12

Dana Chatelain

As I reflect back on the 2012 HR Florida Conference & Expo three words come to mind – Wow… Amazing…Stressful! I’m in my final year now as HR Florida’s Conference Director and I believe because I’m in my second year I’ve got this in the bag. Think about it, as you go into your first …

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Jul 30

The Gift of Information

Trish McFarlane

“The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving.”  – Albert Einstein  “Appreciation is an excellent thing.  It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.”  – Voltaire Conference attendance has many dimensions of meanings.  For some, it is a way to escape …

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May 14

Kids Across Florida Are Going Hungry

Kids Against Hunger

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one.” – Mother Teresa In many ways, Florida is the land of plenty – plenty of sunshine, plenty of beaches, plenty of entertainment, plenty of tourists, plenty of snowbirds and plenty of wealth. But, we also have plenty of hungry and plenty without nutritious food. …

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Apr 24

Playing at Politics

Jason Lauritsen

“I don’t play politics.”  It’s not uncommon to hear an HR pro utter this phrase, usually colored with a tone that hints of disdain and self-righteousness.  It seems than many of us in the business of HR have decided that politics are root of all evil within our organizations.  This is a mistake.  Adopting a …

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Apr 16

Inclusion is…

Joe Gerstandt

I work to bring a greater clarity to diversity and inclusion work. Being sloppy and careless with our language easily and often undermines the outcomes that we work toward. You can come to use whatever definitions you like, I just hope to inform and inspire that process. If we build a solid and broad foundation …

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