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  • Connecting Ohio HR Professionals

  • Connecting Ohio HR Professionals

  • Connecting Ohio HR Professionals

Earn Recertification PDCs for COVID-19 Work

If you are seeking SHRM re-certification, all of your hard work towards COVID mediation efforts count with a bit of writing from you!  If you are engaging in activities that relate to preparing, implementing and managing your workplace in this current COVID environment, then complete your COVID-19 Response Summary Form to have your hard work count towards your current re-certification period!  You are already doing the work, now let’s make it count towards your professional certifications!  

SHRM is aware of the great amount of work many of you have done to support your organizations and/or communities COVID-19 needs and would like to acknowledge the countless hours that you have dedicated to this effort. If you are a SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential holder who is working toward recertification you can earn all 60 PDCs for your work in this area. 

To take advantage of this opportunity, you will need to summarize your activities using a form at the link below. The following examples offer a possible framework for documenting your COVID-related activities for credit:

  • CARES Act and its impact on unemployment 
  • Communicable disease exposure issue and quarantine pay 
  • Essential business and essential workers (definitions, hazard pay, protecting workers in the public) 
  • FFCRA law implementation and exceptions 
  • Furloughs, pay reductions, layoffs, WARN 
  • Hiring in a COVID-19 and virtual world (rescinding and delaying offers, i-9 issues) 
  • PPP loans and loan forgiveness 
  • Return to work issues (recall, health screening/testing, social distancing, fear of returning to work) 
  • Transitioning to a virtual workforce (telework, addressing employees who are unable to telework, keeping employees engaged)

For more information from SHRM,

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Coronavirus/Covid-19

Coronavirus/COVID-19

Companies, employees and families across Ohio and the world are facing unprecedented challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic.  In turn, there is a lot of information on how to address workplace issues filling our inboxes and the airwaves.  We have created this resource page as a compass to help human resource professionals and companies across Ohio navigate these uncharted waters.  If you need additional assistance we recommend you work with your legal counsel, accountant, or consulting firm.

Welcome to the Greater Willmington Human Resources Association! 

As a chapter of the Society for Human Resources, we exist to provide professional development, support and networking to Human Resources professionals and small businesses alike. Our Board of Directors will work diligently to bring you information on current legislative events and other HR subject matter. Please join us at our semi-monthly meetings to further your professional development, share best practices, and network with other professionals who are interested in bettering not only their workplace, but the greater Clinton County community.

Thank you for your interest!

Anna Kissick
President

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Greater Willmington HR Association - Membership Information

Membership is open to anyone who is concerned with human resource issues. Whether your title is owner or secretary or human resource manager, the benefits are plentiful as a member of a SHRM affiliated chapter.

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Upcoming July Virtual Meeting: 

"From Fear to Future: A Strategy to Grow From Uncertainty"

Presented by Daniel Juday

When: Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
Time: Noon - 1:00PM
Where: via Zoom

Daniel owns and runs his own speaking and consulting business, and works with conference planners, learning and development leaders, school districts, nonprofit boards, and corporate entities - all in a pursuit to help them grow their leadership impact and make the spaces they influence more inclusive.

For more information about his presentation, click Here.

Click Here to register.


2020 National Annual SHRM Conference & Exposition

#SHRM20 will expand your perspective – on your organization, on your career, and on the way you approach HR. Join us in San Diego June 28- July 1, 2020

Click Here for more information.


2020 Ohio Human Resource Conference

September 22-24, 2020 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio.

Click Here for more information.