BRING YOUR ITEMS TO THE MEETING 11/8 to benefit the Nashua Soup Kitchen!
Approximately 300 individuals and families receive non-perishable food each week. Many of these people are the working poor, elderly and disabled living on fixed income. People are eligible for food bags every 4 weeks.
Come join us! November 8, 2016!
Compensation basics &
FLSA changes- get ready for 12/1/16
2016 Compensation Outlook
Finding current and reliable information on salary trends can be a challenge. This session will explore the results of two recently published research reports from Salary.com: the 2016 Compensation Outlook Survey and the 2016 National Budget Survey. These surveys explore today’s biggest human resources issues, such as pay practices, budgets, hiring trends and the links between compensation, communication, engagement and retention. Together, they provide a comprehensive picture of the human resources landscape in 2016 and the trends affecting the industry. Mark Szypko will review the results of these surveys and identify the key takeaways HR leaders should be using to fuel their future compensation strategies.
Triangle Credit Union's mission and vision is "to identify our existing and potential member needs and to meet those needs through progressive, cost efficient products and services, while maintaining a strong financial position."
Triangle is making this vision a reality by developing products and services that address our members’ personal and business needs. The Credit Union realizes that member satisfaction is vital. As the credit union grows, Triangle will continue to look toward the latest technology, modern facilities, and well-trained human resources as a means of delivering the high-level of member satisfaction that has been the cornerstone of the credit union’s reputation for 76 years.
Membership is available to anyone working or residing in the Hillsborough, Merrimack, Belknap, Rockingham and Cheshire Counties of New Hampshire, as well as the Franklin, Worcester, Middlesex and Essex Counties of Massachusetts.
At Triangle, A Better Way to "Bank" is more than a tagline - it's a way of life. Triangle is committed to offering employees an excellent work environment so they can deliver services that exceed our members' expectations. Triangle strives to enrich our community with volunteerism and unparalleled community involvement initiatives. These core principles have proven to be the foundation that has made us the safe and secure financial institution we are today.
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Greater Nashua Human Resource Association
kicks-off suicide prevention training for HR Professionals presented by
The United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs
From left to right: Karin Taylor, GNHRA Secretary; Julie Girouard, GNHRA Programs Chair; Kristin Cappello, GNHRA Media Chair; Nancy Rowell, GNHRA and State Council Treasurer; Catharine Mirabile, GNHRA and State Council Membership Chair; David Wheel, State Council Military Liaison, ESGR; Clay Rush, GNHRA; Amy Brady, US Dept. of Veterans Affairs; Dale Garrow, NH National Guard Suicide Prevention Program Manager; Lori Haberski, VA Medical Center.
On May 10, 2016 The United States Department of Veterans Affairs provided training to HR professionals in understanding more about the signs of someone considering suicide, truths and myths, how to address it as an employer and what resources are available. Although this presentation is geared toward our veterans, it really is useful for HR professionals for our entire employee populations! We highly recommend considering contacting Dave Wheel (email@example.com) for more information about this presentation!
Granite State Human Resource Conference
Diversity Mission Statement:
GNHRA is committed to bridging the gap between all people by:
♦ Recognizing, encouraging and ensuring the value of diversity in the work place
♦ Facilitating, building and creating interaction, understanding and dialogue between people of diverse age, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, ethnicity, cultures, religions, education and work experience
♦ Supporting, diversity to build a multi-cultural and diverse organization
“We support these goals by striving together to create diversity within the GNHRA by providing programs that inform and educate our members on diversity topics”.
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