Today’s show hosted by the ever popular, highly esteemed Brenda Kasper, President-Elect San Diego Society of Human Resource Management (SD SHRM) and Attorney at Paul, Plevin, Sullivan and Connaughton. Today’s Guests, fresh from co-presenting at Mission Bay High School, our special guest President ODNetwork (ODNet) Jason Martin and San Diego Society for Human Resource Management (SD SHRM) President and Head of Human Resources for CaVU Consulting Natasha Sandrock Arthur.
Today’s show is about this unique Collaboration of San Diego thought leaders. We will discuss what the collaboration is, how the strategic alliance began and why it matters.

Segment 1:

Introduction of collaboration mission and collaboration partners. The collaboration was developed to enrich members’ ability to connect with decision makers, peers and a more diverse HR segment. The collaboration will enhance members’ ability to build their skills by participating in cross-functional workshops and sharing experiences with their peers in other HR specialties. The collaboration began in March 2013 with 10 Associations. The collaboration grew by two before 2013 ended. The 12 Associations in the strategic alliance. American Society for Training and Development Association for Strategic Planning Compensation & Benefits Association of San Diego NCPA San Diego HR Roundtable SoCal Global HR Group San Diego Organization Development Network San Diego Professional Coaches Alliance San Diego Employers Association San Diego Society of Human Resource Management Discussion included San Diego employer landscape, recognizing the importance of the marketplace and it’s impact on the HR profession. Role modeling, demonstrating in real time what we tell our clients to practice.

Segment 2:

The segment opened with an introduction of the event. Including Keynote Speaker Richard J. Simmons, a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group in Los Angeles office of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP. Richard Simmons will provide a fast-paced and in-depth update of employment laws, including:

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– A review of the most important California and U.S. Supreme Court decisions impacting workplaces & other notable case law developments

– The benefits and challenges relating to arbitration agreements as a possible tool eviscerate class litigation

– Wage-hour issues

– Employment discrimination developments

– Challenges in updating personnel policies

– Compliance issues for 2014

– Key legislative changes

ODNet/ASTD/ASP breakout, a panel discussion on leading through change, teaches leaders how to adapt in an ongoing political climate, where HR legal and reporting requirements are likely to increase in the coming years. Leaders in HR, Finance, Training and OD are challenged to anticipate issues, analyze trends and implement processes without disruption to the business operation. Participate in a fast-paced review of change management best practices.

To register go to http://sdshrm.site-ym.com/events/event_details.asp?id=373739&group= today.

Segment 3:

Segment opened with the collaboration event in June, the Trade Show.
The June 18, 2014 event will be a Collaboration Trade Show. An opportunity for HR industry partners, like Pettit Kohn, and Disney to showcase their value to our membership. Details on how to sponsor or participate on www.sdshrm.org The October 15, 2014 event will be a panel discussion on “How Diversity Bolsters Innovation & Creativity.” The event will feature National Diversity Chair Dennis Kennedy. Details on how to sponsor or participate on www.sdshrm.org

Jason and Natasha discussed how success of the collaboration would be measured. What we will learn from this first ever event. How do we continue to rationalize programming across organizations. Guests discussed their vision for the future or evolution of the collaboration beyond 2014. They examined the potential for creating a template for inter-group collaboration within and beyond SD. In 2015 and beyond, opportunities for program coordination, co-marketing and co-membership to make it easier on our members.Guest shared their co-presentation experience at Mission Bay High School on Tuesday and Wednesday and 11th (10th to speak to the Business Education Class at Mission Bay High School about Human Resources. This class operates a student store and they are keen on business. The 90 minute presentation offered San Diego specific statistics, graphs on relevant information like the 22 employment sectors and their average salaries, the top paying jobs as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2013. Student learned about the employer landscape and SANDAG 2010 American Community Survey on San Diego’s educational attainment and average household incomes. San Diego’s Top 10% of income goes to Top 13% of educational attainment. of February) and the unique collaboration that presentation created. SD SHRM was invited

Segment 4:

Segment 4 begins with more about the presentation to the Mission Bay High School, particularly what were the types of questions the students asked.

Where do I get experience now?

Where can I serve?

ODNet discussed the importance of connecting with the emerging professional through an intern program. SD SHRM has invited the President of the Student Chapter of SHRM to participate on the board of directors.

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