LHRMA to Hold Workshop April 9
Lincoln Human Resource Management Association (LHRMA) (lincolnhr.org) will hold this month’s meeting on Tuesday, April 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Del Ray Ballroom. Attendees will hear from Clover Frederick about the impact of a socio-economically diverse workplace on turnover and identify ways to support employees so they stay and thrive. Clover is a certified trainer in Bridges Out of Poverty Workforce Stability, a research-based philosophy to help businesses retain their lower-wage employees. He also serves as vice president for marketing at the Lincoln Community Foundation and freelances as a consultant specializing in nonprofit fundraising, marketing, and board development.
Lunch program registration fee is $15 for LHRMA members; $25 for non-members. Workshop registration fee is $35 for all attendees. This program and workshop is valid for three (3) PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification.
The mission of LHRMA is to provide for the interchange of ideas, experiences, and methods concerning the relationships between management and employees, and to provide professional ethics and acquaintanceship among those involved in professional human resource management. Register for this month’s event online at lincolnhr.org.