Success in 60

HR 101.06-The MVP of HR: The Employee Handbook

Learn how to create an up-to-date, legal employee handbook that is essential for all types of businesses/organizations.

Tuesday, Nov. 19
11:45 a.m.  - 1 p.m. Presentation will begin promptly at Noon.
Manhattan Chamber Boardroom, 501 Poyntz Ave.

PhilHayesPhillip M. Hayes, SPHR

VP, HR Services & Operations-The Arnold Group

Phillip M. Hayes, SPHR – VP, HR Services & Operations for The Arnold Group (TAG), a human resource company providing HR consulting, supervisory training, employment assessments as well as full-time & temporary staffing services. In his time at TAG, Hayes has provided comprehensive HR consulting services to numerous clients in a variety of industries focused on compliance, organizational effectiveness, talent management, performance management and leadership effectiveness. Hayes holds a Bachelor’s Degree in HR Management from Bellevue University and Masters of Management Information Systems from Friends University.

HR 101.07-Secrets To Student Intern Success

Learn about proven strategies and best practices for creating win-win experiences with student interns. Find out what is essential if you are starting from scratch and what can help existing programs go from good to great.

Tuesday, Dec. 3
11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m. Presentation will begin promptly at Noon.
Manhattan Chamber Boardroom, 501 Poyntz Ave.


Dr. Kerri Day Keller
Executive Director, Career Center, Kansas State University

Kerri Day Keller returned to the Flint Hills of Kansas in the summer of 2002 to join the staff of Career and Employment Services at Kansas State University.  In February 2003, she assumed the role of Director and now leads the Career Center with over 40 professional and student employees.  The Career Center team provides events, programs and services that are designed to meet the career and workforce development needs of over 20,000 enrolled college students along with alumni, employers, faculty and administration. Kerri previously served as Director of the Career Center at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

Series Overview:  HR 101.01 through .07
Monthly program to assist small businesses who intermittently assume Human Resources details. Navigate key issues efficiently as we discuss topics such as Employee Handbooks, On-boarding, Benefits and Compensation. HR 101 addresses hot-button, employer-employee issues that frequently make news headlines. Please join us each month for a new program.

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