HR Hot Topics

 Since Mother Nature does not look like she's going to cooperate with us, the hike is cancelled tomorrow. the social hour will begin at 5:00 p.m. as regularly scheduled. Please remember to bring your donations for the Street Angel backpacks. Lets fill those things up!

OCTOBER MEETING DETAILS

This month's Beth Heal will join us from Diversified Employer solutions and update us on current HR hot topics. 

3:45 p.m. Pre energizing hike around Lake Geneva - cancelled
5:00 p.m. Social
5:30 p.m. Speaker
6:30p.m.  Dinner

*Kindly RSVP by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, October 24, 2016

REMINDER: 

Member cost - $25.00 USD
You may bring a guest for $35.00 USD
The dress code at all our meetings is business casual.  No denim or tee shirts please. Please respect our host’s dress code.

IMPORTANT:  Last month's chapter donation to the Street Angels was enough to buy backpacks for disadvantaged people in need.  Now we need to fill these backpacks. Please consider a donation to fill the backpacks.  

Item suggestions:

Socks - hand warmers - gloves - flashlights - hats - first aid kits - matches - foot powder - batteries - body wipes - blankets - garbage bags - ponchos - travel hygiene products - non persihable snacks or candles.

HFTP Milwaukee & Karen Schultz-Cheney

Wednesday Oct 26, 2016 3:45 PM
Wednesday Oct 26, 2016 12:00 AM
Location : Big Foot Country Club
Coordinator : Karen Shultz-Cheney
Address:
770 Shabbona Drive
Fontana-on-Geneva Lake WI USA
Members Only : No
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The chapter is looking for chapter volunteers to host the chapter meetings. The host will get to select whatever day of the last week of the month they would like the meeting to be.

Questions? Contact: John Grigas

 

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