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    NCF-SHRM Monthly Meeting

    Date: June 14, 2012, 3:30pm – 5:30pm
    Vanesa Canterbury, PHR
    Location: AvMed Conference Room (inside main building)
    4300 NW 89th Blvd. Gainesville, FL 352-337-8648
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    In this session we will explores how HR can proactively work to reduce worker’s compensation costs for their organization by tweaking their HR systems from hiring to claims management. We will cover:  

    • How to Hire the Right People.
      • Spotting Bad Employees
      • Avoiding Losers
      • Effective and Legal Interview Practices
    • Post Offer Pre Start Practices
    • How to Eliminate Hazards in the Workplace
    • How to Manage Your Claims
    • The Alphabet Soup of Regulations
    • Q & A

     Presenter:   Scott Bowers, SPHR, Lassitar Ware Insurance

    Scott develops his sessions around proven resources such as BLR, HR that Works, SHRM, EAF and other professional resources.  He is a Senior Professional in Human Resources and earned his Masters of Arts in 2001 from Ball State University in Executive Development which assures you his approach is as academically sound as it is inspirational.  Scott is Chairman of the Lake Sumter SHRM Certification & College Relations Committee and directs and provides the education for the LSSHRM Certification class at Lake Sumter Community College.

     Scott Bowers brings his unique talents of humor, passion for HR and Leadership Training and wide experience to every training session he conducts.  No matter how dry the subject, (FMLA, ADA, Diversity, Sexual Harassment, Interviewing, Discipline, Absenteeism, Motivation and Negativity) he is able to energize a discussion that educates and entertains the group.

     *This program has been approved for 1 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.  For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at