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SHRM-Hawaii’s HR Executive Leadership (HRELP) Launches!

Posted on Jan. 20, 2021  /   0

On Thursday, January 14, 2021, over 100 HR professionals participated in a one-hour webinar to learn more about the upcoming HR Executive Leadership Program (HRELP).

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Best Practices in the Workplace: Dealing with COVID-19

Posted on Jan. 15, 2021  /   0

In Hawaii, we have seen our COVID-19 cases average over 100 a day. This has made it challenging to conduct business and has been a strain on our workforce. What have you been doing to combat COVID-19?

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Partner. Adapt. Lead.

Posted on Dec. 21, 2020  /  President's Messsage  /   0

Bernard K. Nunies takes the helm as the 2021 president for SHRM Hawaii.

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Better Together, Isn't that the Truth?

Posted on Dec. 18, 2020  /  President's Messsage  /   0

As we anxiously prepare to close 2020 and launch into 2021, don’t be in a hurry to forget this year. I want you to think back to December 30 of 2019, the last workday for the year.

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SHRM Hawaii's HR Executive Leadership Program Is Here!

Posted on Dec. 4, 2020  /   0

We’ve been planning for a while, and now we are excited that it is here! A Leadership program designed and built for HR Professionals.

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Fall 2020 Certification Review Class, Spring 2021 Class & Scholarship Opportunity

Posted on Nov. 24, 2020  /  Serving the Professional  /   0

Our registration for SHRM Hawaii’s Spring Certification Review Class Scholarship is officially open! Class is scheduled to start on January 27 and conclude on May 1.

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Mahalo for what you do.

Posted on Nov. 18, 2020  /  Advancing the Profession, Serving the Professional  /   0

On October 29,2020, Governor Ige signed a proclamation making November 20th “Human Resources Professionals Day” in Hawaii.  

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Leading with Compassion

Posted on Aug. 25, 2020  /  President's Messsage  /   0

We are arriving at the six-month marker of COVID 19 we all have experienced the shattering of our lives. Many believed in March that this pandemic would be difficult but we will be able to control the crisis and in a short time we would be back to normal.

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