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                                                                                    April 27, 2017  

In this issue...

  1. May Monthly Meeting
  2. A Call For Volunteers
  3. SAVE THE DATE - 2018 Symposium
  4. SHRM Spotlight

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Register Now for the May Chapter Meeting (Start Time 4:15 PM)

Tuesday, May 9 | 4:15 PM | Hilton Bellevue

Join us for Happy hour!

Using Workplace Investigations to Improve Culture and Drive Employee Engagement

Workplace investigations can be costly, time consuming, and high liability undertakings that can negatively impact employee morale within the organization. In this Chapter Meeting our presenter, Dana Barbato, will help you approach workplace investigations from a different perspective.

You will improve your: 

  • Understanding the total impact of avoiding workplace investigations or using them only for the most critical situations.
  • Clarity of the investigation process as a standard and consistent business process.
  • Knowledge of when and how an investigation can be used to improve engagement.
  • Communication skills to help everyone understand the benefits of a new way of finding resolution.

We hope to see you there! Learn more today!

A Call for Volunteers!

Marketing & Communication Team

We are looking for an Editing/ Scheduling Manager and a Social Media Manager to join our Marketing and Communications team. These positions are critical for getting our messages out and keeping our members updated.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in, please visit our Volunteer webpage and let our Volunteers Committee know by e-mailing [email protected].

Save the Date for LWHRA Symposium 2018

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | Meydenbauer Center

We look forward to seeing you next year at the LWHRA Symposium 2018. We have learned from your feedback and plan to incorporate your suggestions in our event.

SHRM Spotlight: How Some Companies Are Making Child Care Less Stressful for Their Employees

This article talks about the different options companies are providing employees for making child care easier. Some of these suggestions might be relevant and useful for your organization. Read the full article.

Lake Washington Human Resource Association
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