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    October 2013 Chapter Meeting - Human Resources A Strategic Look

    Date: October 15, 2013, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Dover Downs Hotel and Casino
    113 North DuPont Hwy
    Dover, DE

    Dinner/Meeting Location: Festival Buffet
    $30.00 non-members, $25.00 members, $15.00 students
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    The DelMarva Chapter of SHRM is pleased to announce a specal membership opportunity.  Join at our October meeting and get 15 months of membership for the price of 12!!  (Membership paid in October includes the remainder of 2013 and all of 2014. Email Membership Chair for additional information.

    Presenter Information:

    Ed Krow,  SPHR, CCP, CHCM

    Ed Krow is the Human Resources Principal with IMG, which provides consulting services in all areas of business management.  He has specific expertise in developing compensation and performance management systems, as well as affirmative action planning.  Ed has over 20  years of experience in the Human Resources field.  Prior to co-founding IMG, Ed led the HR Consulting practice for a top 25 Accounting firm, operated his own consulting business, Human Resources Essentials, LLC, and spent over a decade with United Parcel Service in a variety of Human Resources and Operations Management roles.  Ed is currently an adjunct professor at Millersville University.  He is an accomplished speaker who is often requested for Human Resources conferences, seminars, and professional development sessions and has been quoted in numerous publications.  He enjoys travel, the outdoors and Notre Dame and Baltimore Ravens football.  BS, Millersville University MS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) Certified Hazard Control Manager (CHCM).


    Human resource audits are a vital means of avoiding legal and/or regulatory liability that may arise from a company's HR policies and practices.  In addition to identifying areas of legal risk, audits often are designed to provide a company with information about the competitiveness of its HR strategies by looking at the "best practices" of other companies in its industry.  In essence, an HR audit involves identifying issues and finding solutions to problems before they become unmanageable.  It is an opportunity to assess what an organization is doing right, as well as how things might be done differently, more efficiently or at a reduced cost.   Attendees will learn how to: 1: Determine the scope and type of audit.  2. Develop the audit questionnaire. 3. Properly collect the data.  4.  Benchmark the findings. 5. Provide feedback about the results. 6. Create action plans.