May 25, 2017  

In this issue...

  1. June Monthly Meeting
  2. WA Leadership Summit
  3. SHRM Annual Conference
  4. Calling for 2018 Symposium Speakers
  5. SHRM Spotlight

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Register for the June Chapter Meeting

Tuesday, June 13 | 11:15 AM | Hilton Bellevue

"Healthcare Reform After ACA"

Hosted at the beautiful Hilton Bellevue, our Chapter Meetings are a great way to network, enhance your HR career, and even earn recertification credits. 

Join us this June for an exciting presentation from Senior Vice President and Compliance Counsel with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Sally Wineman, regarding the recent health care reforms and their impact on HR services.

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2017 Washington Leadership Summit


June 7, 2017 | Wenatchee Convention Center

Have you ever wondered what makes Washington's best places to work so effective? Join us, as leaders from award-winning organizations across the state share how they attract top talent, grow their leadership, and build cultures of success. Hear from Starbucks, Slalom, Schweitzer Engineering, Chef Software, Salesforce and many more leaders. Summit attendees will earn 7 SHRM / HRCI Business credits.

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SHRM17 Annual Conference

June 18-21, 2017 | Ernest N Morial Convention Center

There's no better place to develop your HR skills and knowledge than SHMR17 Annual Conference and Exposition. With more than 200 educational sessions, you can create a custom educational experience that matches your needs perfectly - at any career level.

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Call for Speakers - 2018 Symposium

February 13, 2018 | Meydenbauer Center

LWHRA is looking for speakers next year's  LWHRA Symposium 2018. We have a new focus for the upcoming event - Connect, Grow, and Serve. Learn more about this new focus and Submit Your Speaker RFP.


SHRM Spotlight - When a Worker Is Grieving: How to Handle Everything from Condolences to Time Off

"When someone loses a loved one, it's not only friends and neighbors who may not know what to do or say-it can also be that person's employer and colleagues.

From whether to send a sympathy card or flowers to whether to offer bereavement leave or ask an employee when she'll be back at work, it can be difficult for managers to know how best to support someone who's grieving." ...Continue Reading.

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