Upcoming events

    • 4 Oct 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual Via Zoom

    Leadership Lessons from Left Field

    How your personal stories can impact your business life


    There are so many great books and classes about business and leadership. However, the best lessons I have learned about business come from unexpected places. Growing up as the youngest of 10 children taught me to adjust how I communicate, depending on which sibling I was talking to. Doing improvisational acting teaches great skills for conflict resolution. If you want to learn negotiation skills, pay attention to a child who wants something from an adult!

    With degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Psychology I will bring a unique and wholistic perspective to leadership and communication. In this talk we will discuss how good story telling provides TMI Teaching, Motivation and Inspiration, as well as the 3 key things that a good story needs.


    1. Learn what makes stories memorable
    2. Explore what makes stories relatable
    3. Discover the importance of incongruity in stories


    • TIME: 12:00 - 1:30 PM EST
    • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    This program has been submitted for HRCI and SHRM credits.


    Jeremy Doran, Pinnacle Performance

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    Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

    • 12 Oct 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual Via Zoom

    RI Workforce Tax Credits & Employer Support Programs

    from The Governor’s Workforce Board


    In this session, attendees will learn about:

    1. Work Immersion Program - an internship support program available to Rhode Island employers. It is designed to boost the employment prospects of new and returning workers (i.e., eligible students and unemployed or underemployed adults). It provides a 50% or 75% reimbursement for wages paid to eligible participants.
    2. Incumbent Worker Training Grants - The Incumbent Worker Training Grant Program is designed to help employers remain competitive and help workers maintain and advance in their careers. It provides a 50% or 75% reimbursement for eligible costs on eligible training activities.
    3. Workplace Accessibility Grants - The Workplace Accessibility Grant Program promotes employment and economic opportunity for individuals with disabilities through investment in accessible workplaces. It provides a 100% reimbursement for eligible costs up to $5,000 per calendar year.
    4. ERC – Employee Retention Credits Program - The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a financial benefit from the federal government employers receive in the form of a refundable, advanceable tax credit.
    • The ERC is a tax credit against payroll taxes owed.
    • Claim maximum ERC, receive funds in the minimum amount of time, create IRS-compliant records, and provide audit support if necessary.
    • Allows businesses who obtained the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to ALSO take advantage of the Employee Retention Credit, without double dipping.


    • TIME: 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST
    • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    This program has been submitted for HRCI and SHRM credits.


    Olivia Byron, Director of Employer Workforce Programs

    Governor's Workforce Board, RI Department of Labor & Training

    Olivia Byron has been with the Department of Labor and Training since 2013. Within her time at DLT she has primarily worked with the Business community within the State of Rhode Island. Currently, Olivia is the Director of Employer Workforce Programs at the RI Governor's Workforce Board where she manages the small grant programs. Olivia has her degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in Sociology and before joining the DLT team she worked in the Human Services industry. Her well-rounded experience has made her a value team player to the Department of Labor and Training.

    Colbie Della Grotta, AE Human Capital Management/ Payroll Technology


    Colbie Della Grotta has over a decade of experience in the payroll and human capital management field. As a graduate from Providence College in both legal fields and business administration and management, Colbie has fully immersed herself in the Rhode Island business community her entire career. She has partnered with corporations, financial advisors, brokers, CPA's and more to streamline their internal processes as well as aid others in their network. Colbie is a community first professional that has a unique way of connecting with everyone she meets.

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    This event is presented by RI SHRM, RI SHRM Workforce Development, as well as in partnership with our 2023 Gold Sponsors.

    Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

    • 19 Oct 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BankNewport 184 John Clarke Road Middletown RI 02842
    • 92

    Session returns!!  Inclusion through Mediation: Practical Strategies for

    Cultivating Cohesive Teams


    This event is for anyone who did not attend the June 20th event.


    Are you looking to develop inclusive & cohesive teams? The ability to convene people around a common vision is a critical challenge for executives across sectors and industries. In this impactful peer-based session, a co-author of a new book—Mediation: Negotiation by Other Moves—will discuss how leaders (in particular, but not limited to, those spearheading DEI efforts) can cultivate a mediation mindset and become architects of spaces for innovative thinking.


    Your registration includes breakfast and a copy of the book by the speaker entitled, "Mediation: Negotiation by Other Moves."


    • 8am - 9am -- Networking, Breakfast, Welcome & Opening Remarks

    • 9am - 12pm -- Inclusion Workshop & Closing Remarks



    184 John Clarke Road

    Middletown RI 02842

    This program has been submitted for HRCI and SHRM credits.


       Eugene B. Kogan

    Eugene B. Kogan is a negotiation strategist and coach with more than 15 years of experience enabling international executives and their teams to successfully navigate high-uncertainty environments. As an Executive Coach at Harvard Business School, he has counseled city mayors in Eastern and Western Europe on innovative approaches to team management and external communication amid COVID and unprecedented migration challenges. He has likewise delivered value for private-sector clients in diverse industries—from luxury goods (LVMH) to logistics (GEODIS)—through corporate training on cutting-edge leadership strategies amid supply-chain disruptions. Eugene, who co-authored a book, Mediation: Negotiation by Other Moves, also helped a healthcare startup navigate delicate conversations among senior team members. At Harvard, he designed and taught several leadership development programs.

    Eugene’s ability to translate academic insights into actionable solutions and to distill implications of global developments has received frequent accolades. Hundreds of private- and public-sector executives from Europe, Middle East, Asia, and North America have benefitted from his dynamic keynotes and strategy sessions on such subjects as “Using Power Effectively,” “Leadership and Influence,” and “Advanced Negotiation Skills.”

    An agile relationship-builder, Eugene has conferred with all of America’s top diplomats from Henry Kissinger to Rex Tillerson. A first-generation immigrant, he has lived overseas for 17 years, developing the cultural acumen to manage diverse constituencies. Eugene has native fluency in English and Russian, as well as a working proficiency in French. He holds a Ph.D. from Brandeis University.

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    Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

    • 22 Oct 2023
    • 9:00 AM
    • 24 Oct 2023
    • 1:00 PM
    • Omni Mt. Washington Resourt, Bretton Woods, NH

    Strategic HR at Mt. Washington is returning to

    the Omni Mount Washington Resort this fall! 

    Engage with a senior-level, strategic-thinking audience in every aspect of the Retreat. Share time with a faculty that has time to share with you – a cup of coffee by the fireplace or over great dinner conversation. Discover programming that encourages you to think big. Share HR lessons you’ve learned along the way. And take in the spectacular, historic Mount Washington Hotel.

    To register please click here.

    • 24 Oct 2023
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Chelo's, 225 Post Road, Warwick, RI 02886


    Passionately Pursuing Your Purpose


    Join RI SHRM, local industry professionals, and RI's student SHRM chapter members for a night of career advising, networking, mentorship, and insights from HR leaders. Panelists representing various stages of diverse career paths in the field of HR will share their industry knowledge and experience, discuss their unconventional professional journeys, and advise emerging leaders about their career possibilities and trajectories. Discussion themes will include Entering the Workforce: Tips & Tools for Success, The Shifting Landscape of Talent Acquisition, Negotiating Promotions and Pay Raises, Networking at Each Stage of Your Career, Professional Development: Leveraging Available Resources & Opportunities, and The Purposeful Path: Finding Your Flow. The facilitated panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A and networking hour.


    • Identify key strategies for success and available resources that will help emerging HR leaders chart their professional journeys with intention and ample support
    • Discuss the changing landscape of talent acquisition and management and how applicants can best position themselves to stand out
    • Learn how to artfully negotiate pay raises and promotions
    • Learn the value of networking at various stages in your career and how to best leverage your network and relationships
    • Get introduced to game-changing professional development tools and resources that will provide additional skills, knowledge, and competencies to get you to that next critical stage in your professional journey
    • Learn how to direct your HR career path with intention, prioritizing what inspires and motivates you.


    • 4:00 - 7:00 PM
    • Chelo's in Warwick, 2225 Post Road, Warwick, RI 

    This program has been submitted for HRCI and SHRM credits.


    Megan Herne, SHRM-CP, PHR

    As a human resources and community leader, Megan directs the creation and administration of various human resource plans and procedures and provides guidance to management in areas such as people development, performance management, benefits, compensation, and employee retention while personally serving the community with an emphasis on elder care.

    Megan leads the HR & Social Responsibility function at Cooley Group, a worldwide leader in the development and manufacturing of innovative, sustainable, and high-performance engineered membranes. Previous work experience includes over 10 years of progressive HR responsibility and decision-making authority, gained through organizations including AstroNova, Inc. and Howley Bread Group dba Panera Bread.

    Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Rhode Island and her master’s in business with a concentration in human resources management from Southern New Hampshire University. Megan continues to maintain her HRCI and SHRM-CP credentials, showing a strong dedication to continued learning.

    Previously Megan served as the Director of Programs & Professional Development for the Rhode Island Society of Human Resources Management. In this role, Megan was responsible for the planning and development of all educational and social programming for the organization’s members. Megan currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Davies Career & Technical High School and the Boards of Directors at Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island and PACE RI.

    Brianna Jankowski

    Brianna Jankowski is currently the HR Coordinator at Centreville Bank and is responsible for assisting and supporting all the functions of the human resource department. Brianna is responsible for onboarding new employees, recruitment efforts, benefit enrollments/tracking, compliance training management and more. Brianna works closely with every team member in the department to ensure we provide exceptional support to all employees.

    Brianna is a recent graduate of Bryant University, Class of 23’, with a B.A. in Politics & Law with a double minor in HR Management & Communications. Brianna completed her first HR internship with the RI Attorney General’s office during her junior year. Directly following that, Brianna began a summer internship with Centreville Bank. This internship solidified her decision to continue on a career path into HR post-grad. Brianna was offered to continue with the bank as an HR Assistant throughout her senior year at Bryant, ultimately landing herself a full-time role at Centreville as their HR Coordinator upon graduation.

    Brianna recently enrolled to continue her education. She is pursuing an M.S. in Labor Relations & Human Resource Management through the University of Rhode Island.

    Stephanie Tomasso, SHRM-CP, PHR

    Stephanie Tomasso currently holds the position of Senior Manager at AAA Northeast, where she plays a crucial role in advancing organizational growth and effectiveness through strategic partnerships. With a strong HR background, she brings expertise in Organizational Design, Conflict Resolution, and Performance Management to her team. Stephanie is known for her adept handling of complex employee investigations and legal matters, and she actively contributes to organization-wide projects such as 'Employee Lifecycle,' with a focus on fostering Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.

    Prior to joining AAA Northeast, Stephanie gained valuable experience as a Human Resource Generalist at a small home health care agency, All About Home Care. Before her start in Human Resources, Stephanie began her career working in retail, a foundation she has effectively leveraged throughout her professional journey. Stephanie earned her Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management from Rhode Island College in 2011. She is also a Certified Professional (CP) from SHRM and earned a Professional in Human Resources Certificate (PHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute.

    Josh Varone, SHRM-CP, PHR, PRC

    Josh Varone is currently the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Centreville Bank and is responsible for the direction of all human resources initiatives including developing and implementing HR programs, policies and procedures that attract and retain the best possible talent to serve the bank. Josh is also responsible for maximizing employee engagement, driving a positive workplace culture and leading the bank’s efforts to be a highly recognized employer of choice. He works closely with other members of the leadership team to provide strategic level support and ensure that Centreville Bank remains a top performing community bank.

    Josh has 20 years’ experience in human resources. Prior to his role at Centreville Bank he was the Chief Human Resources Officer at Rhode Island Medical Imaging. He also was the Director of Human Resources at AAA Northeast and worked in human resources in various roles at Swarovski. In addition to his current role, Josh also is an adjunct faculty member at Bryant University and serves as a Board Member for Special Olympics Rhode Island.

    Josh earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from UMass Dartmouth and a Master of Arts from Providence College. He is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and a member of its local chapter. Josh is designated as a Certified Professional (CP) from SHRM and earned a Professional in Human Resources Certificate (PHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute as well as a Professional Recruiter Certificate (PRC) from AIRS. Josh was also a recipient of the prestigious Bob Gatti Mentor of the Year award in 2022 from the Northeast HR Association (NEHRA).

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    Thank you to our Event Sponsors!

    Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

    • 1 Nov 2023
    • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Kirkbrae Country Club, 197 Old River Rd, Lincoln, RI 02865

    2023 Employment Law Summit

    The Employers Association of the Northeast (EANE) and Rhode Island SHRM are pleased to present our second annual Employment Law Summit on November 1, 2023 at the Kirkbrae Country Club located at 197 Old River Rd, Lincoln, RI.

    Eric B. Mack, Esq., Shareholder at Littler Mendelson, P.C., will kick off the conference with an overview of the 2023 legislative session at the Rhode Island General Assembly and key developments for employers and HR professionals.

    Next, we will be joined by Mark R. Adams, IOM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, of EANE for an in-depth overview of legislative developments at the federal level.

    After lunch and a brief awards presentation, Sharon Rennert, Esq., Senior Attorney Advisor with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, will deliver a hands-on and interactive training on handling requests for reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Finally, Stacie B. Collier, a Partner with Nixon Peabody, LLP, and the firm’s Chief Talent Officer, and Aaron F. Nadich, an Associate with Nixon Peabody, will present on the potential effects that the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on affirmative action in higher education could have on employers, including on their Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives.


    9:30 – 10:00 am: Registration

    10:00 – 10:15 am: Welcome/Opening Remarks [Lynn Corwin, Chapter Director, RI SHRM & Allison Ebner, President, EANE]

    10:15 – 11:15 am: State Legislative Update [Eric B. Mack, Esq., Shareholder, Littler Mendelson]

    11:15 – 11:30 am: Break

    11:30 – 12:15 pm: Federal Legislative Update [Mark R. Adams, IOM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Director of Compliance, EANE]

    12:15 – 12:30 pm: 2023 Outstanding HR Advocate Award [Lynn Corwin, Chapter Director, RI SHRM & Francesco DeLuca, Director of Legislative Affairs, RI SHRM]

    12:30 – 1:30 pm: Lunch, Sponsorship Spotlight

    1:30 – 2:45 pm: The ADA: Understanding and Using the Interactive Process to Make Informed Decisions About Requests for Reasonable Accommodation [Sharon Rennert, Esq., U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission]

    2:45  - 3:00 pm: Break

    3:00 – 4:00 pm: What Employers Need to Know About Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion After Students for Fair Admissions v. President and Fellows of Harvard College [Stacie B. Collier, Partner and Chief Talent Officer, Nixon Peabody & Aaron F. Nadich, Associate, Nixon Peabody]

    4:00  - 4:05 pm: Thank You & Closing Remarks [Francesco DeLuca, Director of Legislative Affairs, RI SHRM]

    4:05 – 5:00 pm: Cocktail reception

    Registration Fee: $129 

    Click Here to Register

    Program will be submitted for HRCI and SHRM CE credits


    Sharon Rennert, Senior Attorney Advisor

    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

    Sharon Rennert is the senior member of the EEOC’s ADA/GINA Division, having joined the Division in January 1992.  Ms. Rennert develops the Commission’s policy interpretations of the ADA and has played a key role in the drafting of many of the EEOC’s most significant publications.  She took a leading role in developing the Commission’s technical assistance materials on COVID-19.  Ms. Rennert wrote the EEOC’s guidance on reasonable accommodation and offers expertise on this central requirement of the ADA.  In addition, she drafted the Commission’s publication on ADA issues involving employee performance and conduct.  She specializes in providing private and public sector employers with practical approaches to ADA compliance.  Her expertise also includes helping individuals with disabilities understand their rights and obligations.

    Stacie B. Collier, Partner & Chief Talent Officer

    Nixon Peabody

    Stacie Collier is partner in Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment group. She previously served as the firm’s Professional Personnel partner and is its first-ever Chief Talent Officer. In this role, Stacie focuses on growing and enhancing the firm’s legal talent, driving diversity and inclusion, and developing and cultivating its people and distinctive culture.

    In her law practice, she is a co-chair of the firm’s cross-disciplinary Diversity Equity and Inclusion Strategies group, assisting clients in assessing their DEI strategies and navigating their challenges and priorities in this space. She also exclusively represents management in the resolution of employment-related disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.

    Stacie is admitted to practice in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island. She serves on a number of boards in her home state of Rhode Island including Crossroads of Rhode Island and Temple University Fox School of Business’ Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture. Stacie received her JD from the University of Connecticut, School of Law.

    Aaron F. Nadich, Associate

    Nixon Peabody

    Aaron Nadich is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment practice group. His practice focuses on representing companies of all sizes in state and federal court proceedings as well as before administrative agencies, and advising companies in all industries on a wide variety of employment and other matters. He also advises employers with respect to various state and federal laws and regulations concerning Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and diversity initiatives. Aaron serves on the board of Saint Mary’s Home for Children. He has been named to the list of “Ones to Watch” by The Best Lawyers in America® for Labor and Employment Law—Management in Providence, RI—since 2021. Aaron received his JD from Roger Williams University School of Law.

    Eric B. Mack, Shareholder

    Littler Mendelson

    Eric B. Mack defends private employers, especially financial institutions and hospitals, in a variety of employment disputes, including claims of wrongful termination, misappropriation of trade secrets, violations of non-compete agreements, tortious interference, and wage and hour disputes. Some of Eric’s notable experience includes obtaining early dismissals in harassment, discrimination, and retaliation cases and securing a multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of a financial institution client and a multi-year injunction against former employee and his new employer which prohibited employee or his current employer from contacting a number of the financial institution’s clients. Additionally, Eric regularly counsel’s employers on day-to-day personnel matters, practices and compliance. He has spoken extensively on various issues, including drug-testing laws, transgender employees in the workplace, FMLA/ADA issues, and wage and hour issues in the digital age.

    Mark Adams, Director of Compliance

    Employers Association of the NorthEast (EANE)

    Mark leads EANE’s HR compliance operations, providing services to member companies and directing programs for affirmative action, background checking, and data surveys. A frequent writer and speaker throughout the region, Mark guides management-level and C-suite professionals on topical issues ranging from drug testing to FMLA to employee vs. independent contractor laws.

    He is the primary editor and author of EANE’s e-alerts, keeping members in-the-know about pending legal and regulatory developments critical to the workplace. Mark is a graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and the Western New England College School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 1992.

Past events

19 Sep 2023 Sustainability, Corporate Governance & Culture
24 Aug 2023 Summer Social
10 Aug 2023 DAIP Program: August's Unfiltered Coffee Chat with Talia Brookshire
20 Jun 2023 Inclusion through Mediation: Practical Strategies for Cultivating Cohesive Teams
1 Jun 2023 EmpowerWell: Advancing Inclusive Healthcare and Wellness for the LGBTQ+ Community in Rhode Island
24 May 2023 RI SHRM “Kick-off to Summer” Social
16 May 2023 Communicating Transparency for Pay Fairness, Trust, & Motivation
16 May 2023 DAIP Program: May's Unfiltered Coffee Chat with Sandra Victorino
27 Apr 2023 Veteran’s Virtual Forum (Zoom) “Hire a Hero”
23 Apr 2023 2023 Tri-State SHRM Annual Conference
19 Apr 2023 Diversity Links
28 Mar 2023 Diversity Cafe - Expanding Beyond the Headlines
9 Mar 2023 National Wage and Hour Litigation Trends and Their Potential Impact
28 Feb 2023 DAIP Program: Reshaping Power Structures through Black Resistance (Virtual)
9 Feb 2023 Empower your Employees: A look into Financial Wellness Benefits
26 Jan 2023 Winter Social 2023
13 Dec 2022 DAIP’s Unfiltered Coffee Chat
29 Nov 2022 Retirement Plan Seminar
18 Nov 2022 DAIP’s Annual Leadership in Diversity & Inclusion Awards
10 Nov 2022 Understanding the Costs of Student Loan Borrowing
27 Oct 2022 2022 Employment Law Summit
13 Oct 2022 Combining Empathy and Accountability
12 Oct 2022 Charting Your Professional Journey
4 Oct 2022 AIM, Applied Improvisation
29 Sep 2022 Understanding the 2023 Health Insurer Rate Approvals
30 Aug 2022 Summer Social
25 Aug 2022 Maximize Your Impact with SHRM Certification
21 Jul 2022 Roe v. Wade Overturned: Individual, Workforce, and Societal Impacts
12 Jul 2022 The Ecology of Diversity
16 Jun 2022 Pay Equity Update & Panel Discussion
13 Jun 2022 What comes after Roe v. Wade for the workplace?
9 Jun 2022 RI SHRM “Welcome Back” Social
7 Jun 2022 Emerging Technologies/Platforms for HR Professionals
2 Jun 2022 Resilient Leadership for You and Your Organization
31 May 2022 Exploring Mental Health and Ways to Address and Support Mental Health Challenges in the Workplace
24 May 2022 Holding Space
12 May 2022 DEIB (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion/Belonging) Training - "Personal Empowerment - Holding the Key to Your Success"
24 Apr 2022 2022 Tri-State SHRM In-Person & Virtual Conference
31 Mar 2022 2-Part Lunch & Learn Series - Data Driven
8 Mar 2022 PLAY NICE in the Sandbox: Best Practices for Conflict Resolution
1 Mar 2022 A Practical Approach to Cybersecurity
10 Feb 2022 Joint Event - ATD and RI SHRM - Agility/Scrum Change Management
8 Feb 2022 RI SHRM Volunteer Leadership Conference - rescheduled
27 Jan 2022 Retaliation Update: Recent Trends, New Laws, and Practical Risk-Avoidance Strategies
11 Jan 2022 Women As Leaders – Women Only Event
8 Dec 2021 RI SHRM Annual Holiday Social
18 Nov 2021 An Overview of the OSHA ETS
16 Nov 2021 “Succession Planning – Creating a Succession Plan, with DEPTH in Mind”
2 Nov 2021 Coaching Tips, Tools, & Tactics for HR Professionals
26 Oct 2021 Challenges of COVID 19 in the Workplace: A Guide For Employers
21 Oct 2021 Excel Tips & Tricks for the HR professional
5 Oct 2021 Discover the Essentials of Design Thinking and Applications within HR
23 Sep 2021 JobEXPO
15 Sep 2021 2021 Fall Legislative Conference
9 Sep 2021 RI SHRM Annual Summer Social
2 Sep 2021 Understanding the Health Insurer Rate Approvals, an Interactive Program
12 Aug 2021 What's the RI SHRM Job Expo All About?
22 Jun 2021 Guide to Retirement
10 Jun 2021 Leading in a Virtual Environment
3 Jun 2021 The State of Employee Well-being 2021 and Beyond
20 May 2021 "Hey Guys" - Wait, did I leave someone out? Steps to Inclusive Workplace Language
6 May 2021 What every HR professional needs to understand now about labor law and unions.
28 Apr 2021 2021 Tri-State SHRM Virtual Conference
25 Mar 2021 Calling all Human Resources Leaders, “IT’S 2021. ARE YOU HAVING FUN YET?”
16 Mar 2021 COVID-19 Vaccines: What Employers Need to Know Now
10 Mar 2021 DLT Fraud & all things DLT: What employers should know
4 Mar 2021 Telemedicine in the Post COVID-19 World: What Employers Should Know
17 Feb 2021 The COVID-19 Workplace Playbook: What Employers Need to Know Now
21 Jan 2021 ADA Reasonable Accommodation Issues in the Age of COVID-19
12 Nov 2020 Restore, Rebuild, Reconvene
29 Oct 2020 Becoming SHRM Certified
21 Oct 2020 Strategic HR 2020
6 Oct 2020 NEHRA 2020, Annual Conference
10 Sep 2020 2020 Legislative Conference
3 Sep 2020 2020 Fall Diversity Conference
19 Aug 2020 RISHRM Annual Summer Social
14 Jul 2020 Defined Contribution Trends and Developments
30 Jun 2020 The Changing Role of HR in a Post-COVID-19 World
17 Jun 2020 Background and Drug Screening in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond
13 May 2020 SELF-CARE STRATEGIES “Having your Back”
15 Apr 2020 Spring Legislative Update
9 Apr 2020 COVID-19 "Guidance for HR Professionals
26 Mar 2020 COVID-19 "Guidance for HR Professionals"
10 Mar 2020 Diversity Cafe
27 Feb 2020 Workforce and Development 2020: RI’s Resources, Options and Ideas around ROI
14 Jan 2020 Leadership Development
16 Dec 2019 RI SHRM Winter Social
7 Nov 2019 Veteran’s Forum Event
27 Oct 2019 Strategic HR at Mt. Washington
24 Oct 2019 RI SHRM Fall Social at Massage Envy
2 Oct 2019 RI SHRM Volunteer Leadership Conference
5 Sep 2019 Fall Legislative Breakfast
20 Aug 2019 RI SHRM Summer Social (Online Registration Closed)
18 Jul 2019 Starting, Growing or Downsizing Your Business: Helpful Programs from the RI DLT
20 Jun 2019 Building a New Talent Pipeline: Getting Talent Back to Work
22 May 2019 Mastering Medicare: What the HR Professional Needs to Know
28 Mar 2019 20th Annual RI SHRM Conference: The Intersection of Legislation & Diversity in the Workplace
26 Feb 2019 RI SHRM Monthly Meeting - High Impact Employee Experience
23 Jan 2019 Leadership & Performance Coaching: A Core Leadership Competency for HR Professionals
12 Dec 2018 RISHRM Holiday Social
13 Nov 2018 Strategic HR Management
6 Nov 2018 2018 New England Fiduciary Summit presented by Xponential Growth Solutions.
28 Oct 2018 Strategic HR at Mt Washington
24 Sep 2018 DisruptHR
13 Sep 2018 RI SHRM Fall Legislative Breakfast
14 Aug 2018 RISHRM Annual Summer Social
RI Society for Human Resource Management
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