The Northwest Ohio Human Resources Association (NOHRA), in partnership with The Employers’ Association and Bowling Green State University’s Executive Master in Organizational Development Program, are excited to open up nominations for the 2022 HR Professional of the Year award. Our goal is to recognize outstanding Human Resources Professionals in the Northwest Ohio community.
We will accepting nominations for the following categories:
· Emerging HR Professional of the Year
· HR Professional of the Year
· Lifetime Achievement Award
For more information on each category or to nominate a profession click HERE. Nominations are due by Friday, October 21, 2022. Award winners will be announced at THRAC on November 10th.
Companies, employees and families across Ohio and the world are facing unprecedented challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic. In turn, there is a lot of information on how to address workplace issues filling our inboxes and the airwaves. We have created this resource page as a compass to help human resource professionals and companies across Ohio navigate these uncharted waters. If you need additional assistance we recommend you work with your legal counsel, accountant, or consulting firm.
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Speaker: Alexander Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP is the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Chief Knowledge Officer .
Leadership has been a chief lever in succeeding during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations strove based upon effective leadership even more than people management. But as HR leaders, how do we know when leaders are making the subtle mistakes resulting in quiet quitting, resignations, and disengagement. Data from SHRM research indicates the persistence of seven deadly sins, which were amplified during the pandemic. Dr. Alex Alonso, SHRM's chief knowledge officer and renowned workplace columnist, will provide insights into these deadly sins and how managers can overcome them. Moreover, he will help HR leaders identify these behaviors with the aim of remediating them.Speaker Bio:
Make your plans now to attend THRAC 2022!One of the most enlightening insights of the past couple of years has been the importance of staying connected with each other ~ with our family, our social circle, and our colleagues. This year’s THRAC is designed to equip you with ready-to-use tools, strategies, and information to help you maintain your important connections with your peers, leaders, and employees. We invite you to connect with us at THRAC 2022!
Join us on November 9-10, 2022 at the Hilton Garden Inn at Levis Commons.