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    NCHRA Luncheon Presents: Drive Business Success with Workplace Flexibility *Approved for Business Credit!*

    Date: March 6, 2018, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    NCHRA
    Location:
    The Ranch Bar & Grill
    4th Floor
    5290 Arena Circle, Loveland, CO 80538
    Lunch is served 11:15am-12pm
    Speaker starts promptly at 12pm
    Price:
    $25 for NCHRA Members; $35 for non-NCHRA members
    Event Type:
    Luncheon
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    *APPROVED FOR BUSINESS CREDIT THROUGH HRCI!*

    PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LUNCHEON WILL BE HELD ON A TUESDAY INSTEAD OF WEDNESDAY AS THEY USUALLY ARE.

    Members:  Click Here to Register

    Non-Members:  Click Here to Register

    ***Deadline to Register is by Noon, March 2, 2018***

    ***At the door registration prices***
    Member At-the-door cost: $30.00
    Non-Member At-the-door cost: $40.00

    About the Presentation

    Demographic and technological transformations are the new workplace reality, forcing HR and organizations to reimagine how work gets done to ensure business competitiveness.  Learn how you can drive business success by harnessing the power of workplace flexibility (“workflex”) to manage these workforce changes and support your organizational goals and strategy.  Explore how workflex can add value to the bottom line at your organization by improving retention and employee health and well-being, reducing absenteeism and real estate costs, and increasing productivity with better engagement and a solid business continuity strategy.  This session will also help you make a strong business case for the value of workflex to your leadership team, using strategic workforce planning data and performance metrics, and by benchmarking your worklife offerings and leveraging other resources available under the SHRM-Families and Work Institute partnership.  

    About the Speaker

    Scott D. Ferrin has been Field Services Director for SHRM since September, 2010.  His primary responsibilities include managing state council relationships, serving as a liaison with state councils, chapters and volunteer leaders, and promoting SHRM membership. He attends State Council meetings and conferences, and, as his schedule permits, chapter events.  Scott resides in Mesa Arizona and supports SHRM members in Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.

    He has served in a variety of volunteer organizations prior to joining SHRM and most recently was the Legislative Director for the East Valley Human Resources Association (EVHRA), an affiliate chapter of SHRM located in Arizona. Scott is certified as a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

    Scott has 20 years of work experience in HR and HR- related responsibilities. Prior to joining the SHRM staff, he held titles as a Senior Workforce Planner, Workforce Planning Manager, Talent Manager, Recruiter, Site HR Generalist, and Site HR Manager for companies ranging in size from Fortune 500 down to companies with 60 employees.  He has worked in the mining, financial services, insurance and education industries during his career. 

    Scott has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Weber State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.