Everyday there are HR problems in the newspaper and on the internet and bad publicity is expensive. The question looms – Where was HR? Identify important risk factors in complicated employer/employee situations. Discover the 8 critical questions that must be answered for every employee issue and...
Welcome to North Central Florida Society for Human Resource Management
The North Central Florida Society for Human Resource Management is a nonprofit organization of human resource professionals from Gainesville and its surrounding communities.
Affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management, an international organization of more than 250,000 members in more than 140 countries, NCF-SHRM provides you with the information you need to make today’s decisions regarding human resources issues.
As a member, you will gain access to a variety of sources of information to solve your HR challenges, plus gain the opportunity to network with your professional peers.
NCF-SHRM helps you expand your professional competence and maintain your standards of excellence in the human resource field. In an effort to create an environment of growth and sustained members, we welcome you to explore opportunities to serve as board members and to develop leadership, managerial, public speaking, and group decision-making skills.
NCF SHRM Membership Info:
Annual Regular NCF SHRM Membership, $70; with National SHRM, $50;
First Time Visitors are FREE; Returning Guests/Non-members pay $20 per meeting.
Students: Annual Regular NCF SHRM Membership, $ 30; with National SHRM, $20
A special Thank You to our 2014-2015 Corporate Sponsors!
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October 23, 2014, 3:30pm – 5:00pmAVMED
November 13, 2014, 3:30pm – 5:00pmAVMED
Advancing Your Role – Business Competencies You Must Know to Excel
So, you’ve mastered the HR “body of knowledge.” You may even have your PHR, SPHR, or GPHR. Yet, still you’re not contributing at the senior management level. Why is that? The...
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