Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) October 24, 2010
The Northern Virginia Chapter for the Society for Human Resource Management (NOVA SHRM, http://www.novashrm.org) announced its first full-day seminar on HR Strategy. The seminar will take place on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 from 7am to 5:30pm at the Fairview Park Marriott.
This seminar will present a great opportunity for HR professionals, Senior HR professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs to be abreast of the hottest trends and upcoming changes in people management, HR, and compliance.
The NOVA SHRM full-day seminar focused on Strategic HR will facilitate presentations from experts in the field such as Juan Pablo Gonzalez, Principal at Axiom; Fredric Singerman, JD, Partner at Sayfarth Sawh, LLP; Francie Dalton, Founder and President of Dalton Alliances; Glen Faulkner, former NASDAQ Officer; and Steve Miranda, Chief Human Resource Integration and Content Officer at SHRM who will be covering current topics such as HR alignment, total rewards strategy and healthcare reform, the future of HR, succession planning, and workforce planning and alignment.
We are very excited about facilitating NOVA SHRM first annual full-day seminar, said Vanina P. Colombo, SPHR, NOVA SHRM Chapter President. “We listened to our members’ feedback and worked very hard on putting together our first Strategic HR full-day seminar…We are very pleased with the top-notch speakers and believe this seminar will be very well received by our members and the HR and business community in general.”
Space is limited-Register online today at: http://www.novashrm.org/article.html?aid=218
For more information, email Rachelle Falls, Co-VP of Communications at novashrmboardcommunications(at)gmail(dot)com
About NOVA SHRM
Founded in 1979, NOVA SHRM is an affiliate chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The NOVA SHRM chapter is the leading chapter in the DC metro area counting with more than 800 HR professional members. The chapter provides an unparalleled quality of programs, networking and developmental opportunities, certification support, and community service to the members it serves in the northern Virginia community. The Society for Human Resource Management is the premier HR professional association representing over 200,000 members worldwide.