Re-certification Credit: HRCI & SHRM
Who can attend: TANGO members and nonprofits
Join 501(c) Services, United Personnel and TANGO on May 22nd at the Hill-Stead Museum as we present two (2) hours of nonprofit HR-related content designed to increase the effectiveness of your HR function. From unemployment management to how to be the best employer you can be, this program is designed to make your talent management practices better.
20 Tips Every Connecticut Nonprofit Employer Needs to Know about Managing Unemployment
A single unemployment claim can cost a nonprofit organization as much as $10,000. Such claims can not only increase your unemployment tax rate but your organization’s budget and staff workload. Fortunately, there are a few simple tips that nonprofits should be aware of that can make managing unemployment as drama-free, paperwork-light and inexpensive as possible.
Speaker: Cynthia Koral, Chief Marketing Officer, 501(c) Services
How To Be a Best Employer to Work For
Unemployment is at a 50-year low. Nonprofits are having a difficult time finding the talent they need to successfully manage their missions. Employers need to maintain better cultures that make them an attractive place to work. Great cultures allow them to not only entice top talent in a tight labor market but retain the superstars they already have. Join us as our panel of nonprofit executives discusses how their organizations are trying to meet and maintain the mantle of “Best Employer to Work For.”
Moderator: Tricia Canavan, CEO, United Personnel
Panelists: Mary Barneby, CEO, Girl Scouts of Connecticut; Maria Bonini, HR Director, Riverbrook Regional YMCA; and Eric Elmendorf, VP of HR, Allied Rehabilitation Centers, Inc
8:30 AM Breakfast / Networking
9:00 AM 20 Tips Every about Managing Unemployment
10:00 AM How to Be a Best Employer to Work For
11:00 AM End
* 2.0 hours of re-certification credit are available for this program from HRCI and SHRM.