The Human Resources Committee educates and serves as a resource to Chamber members, with and without human resources departments. The Committee provides educational seminars on cutting edge employment-related issues, and also advocates on behalf of human resources causes of interest to the business community. Further, the Committee provides a forum for Chamber members with varying degrees of human resources knowledge and legal expertise to discuss human resources-related issues relevant to the local community.
Educate and be a resource for Chamber membership and local HR Community on HR-related topics.
- Hold six bi-monthly committee meetings/workshops at which substantive topics are discussed
- Focus HR Insights Program on HR implications of first year of Trump administration
- Hold one or two fall 2017 events focusing on topics of interest including, potentially, a follow-up of last year’s Mind the Gap program and program on legislative changes
Measure of Success:
- Hold six meetings/workshops, fall programs, and HR Insights.
- Issue post evaluations to assess effectiveness of programming.
Refurbish Excellence in HR Awards Program to increase interest.
- Create meaningful honorary categories with clear definitions by October
- Appoint a nominating committee of seven no later than November to select 2018 honorees
- Maximize return on investment for event sponsors by heightening utilization of resources
- Utilize digital marketing, social media, and other communication vehicles for honoree submissions and early registration
Measure of Success:
- Create five to eight meaningful honorary categories.
- Exceed previous year’s attendance by 15 percent utilizing social media platforms for marketing and registration.
- Advocate on behalf of HR issues affecting Chamber membership and South Florida HR Community.
- Submitting legislative issues to GMCC Governmental Affairs Committee by September.
- Have representation on GMCC Legislative fly-ins
Additional Committee Programming
Programming for business owners, executives and HR professionals that offers a stimulating and informative forum highlighting topics that support business strategies with HR related resources. The half-day conference includes panel discussions with subject matter experts and keynote presentations that cover recent changes in employment law, workforce training/education, organizational development and performance management.
An HRCI Approved Provider determines program eligibility for credit hours towards recertification on an annual basis.