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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/15/2022 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    Human Resources professionals know that keeping abreast of current legal developments are of the highest importance. NEHRA'S Legal Update Webinars will run each quarter, covering the key developments in employment law and issues of current concern for employers and human resources professionals. Led by Dan Klein, a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office, the Webinar will be an informative hour that will help ensure that you are up to speed in this vital area. Free to NEHRA members, we know that you won't want to miss this informative program!

    Human Resources professionals know that keeping abreast of current legal developments are of the highest importance.  NEHRA'S Legal Update Webinars will run each quarter, covering the key developments in employment law and issues of current concern for employers and human resources professionals.  Led by Dan Klein, a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office, the Webinar will be an informative hour that will help ensure that you are up to speed in this vital area.  Free to NEHRA members, we know that you won't want to miss this informative program!

    Daniel B. Klein, Esq.

    Partner

    Seyfarth Shaw LLP


    Daniel Klein is a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office. Mr. Klein's practice includes the representation of management in employment and non-competition litigation matters before state and federal courts, at trial and appellate levels, as well as federal and state agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities.

    Mr. Klein also counsels national, regional and local employers on a wide variety of employment matters, including disability accommodation, family and medical leave, workplace investigations, wage and hour compliance, commissions disputes, performance assessment and discipline, terminations, reductions-in-force, training, background checks, whistleblower claims, defamation, handbook and policy review, and trade-secrets protection strategies.As a member of the firm's Complex Discrimination Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Klein has defended employers in a variety of complex discrimination cases, including multi-plaintiff discrimination lawsuits, EEOC pattern and practice cases, and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

    Mr. Klein also has defended employers against the full spectrum of cases involving allegations of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, defamation, and wage and hour violations, as well as representing employers in non-competition and contract disputes.Mr. Klein regularly assists clients in drafting employment contracts, severance agreements, non-competition, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, personnel policies and company handbooks. He has represented employers in a variety of industries, including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, staffing, professional services, transportation, and technology.Mr. Klein lectures frequently on a variety of employment law topics for human resource specialists and in-house counsel, including regular presentations on behalf of the Northeast Human Resources Association, the Massachusetts Hospital Association, and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

    Mr. Klein served as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. From 2005 through the present, Boston Magazine and Law and Politics have named Mr. Klein one of Massachusetts' and New England's "Super Lawyer Rising Stars." Mr. Klein received his J.D., from Boston College Law School, and his B.A. from Colgate University.


    Daniel B. Klein 

    Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

    Phone: (617) 946-4840

    Email: dklein@seyfarth.com

    Online Bio

  • Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 10/21/2022 at 9:00 AM (EDT)

    The two-day class enables participants to learn from industry experts who will share theory, key information and practice across four (4) key areas of HR responsibility including: Talent Management, Compensation Fundamentals, Compliance and Employment Law & Employee Relations

    NEHRA’s Developing HR Fundamentals Program provides HR professionals who are new to the HR field, are moving from a specialist to a generalist role, or who work within smaller organizations and wear many hats, with a solid foundation for a well-rounded career in human resources. This program provides instruction over two full days, as well as interactions and sharing through a community portal; enabling participants to be engaged prior to, throughout, and after the program. 

    The online community portal will provide access to:

    - Any articles and white papers shared by facilitators
    - A glossary of HR terms
    - A listing of recommended books and websites/blogs
    - A forum for sharing best practices and addressing common HR challenges
    - A place to keep connected with your program colleagues

    Pre-Program and Post-Program collaboration via the community portal enables for more robust and fulfilling two-day sessions


    Wednesday, October 26 9:00 am

    Opening Remarks, Participant Introductions and Introduction to the HR Profession

    Facilitator - Tracy Burns, CEO, NEHRA

    9:30am - 12:00pm
    Module 1: Talent Management
    Presenter - Tracy Burns, CEO, NEHRA

    This session provides a foundation for managing talent within the organization, a key responsibility for HR professionals. This session covers the role of HR in talent management, enabling for achieving the strategic goals of the organization and ensuring the right people are brought on board at the right time.

    Participants will learn best practices, tools and techniques around:

    - Workforce planning
    - Talent acquisition – from hiring to interviewing to selecting through to onboarding new hires
    - Employee development

    12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Lunch

    1:00 – 4:00
    Module 2: Compensation Fundamentals
    Presenter - 
    Dave Weaver, President, Compensation and HR Group

    This session enables participants to learn and apply basic elements of a total compensation system. Such systems, when well-planned and implemented, enable for a total rewards package that attracts, motivates and retains top talent in the organization.

    Participants will learn:

    - Considerations and the intersection of base pay, incentives and differentials in employee compensation
    - Participants will be able to participate in an online benefits session after the program ends


    Thursday, October 27:

    9:00am – 12:00pm
    Welcome Back & Module 3: Compliance and Employment Law
    Presenter
     - Dan Klein, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw

    This session provides participants with key facts about federal, state, and local legislation with which organizations must comply; reducing risk in organizations when rules and regulations are followed. This key module enables for an improved understanding of the responsibility of HR as it relates to various legislation and regulations.

    Participants will learn:

    - Applicable employment laws that impact organizations
    - Conducting and using background checks
    - Pre-employment considerations

    12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Lunch

    1:00pm – 4:00pm
    Module 4: Employee Relations
    Presenter - 
    Gina Abudi, President, Abudi Consulting Group, LLC

    This session covers key considerations in developing and maintaining employee-employer relationships that contribute to productivity, engagement, and morale. Best practices in how to identify and manage through conflict as well as communicating in ways that works to engage employees are shared in this session.

    Participants will learn:

    - Techniques to prevent and resolve employee problems that can affect work situations
    - Their communication style and how to use that information effectively when communicating with and engaging employees
    - Best practices to identify and resolve conflicts in the workplace

    Closing Activity: Summary, Wrap Up and Action Planning
    Facilitator
    - Gina Abudi, President, Abudi Consulting Group, LLC

    Action planning will be done at the end of the second day, enabling participants to detail how they will apply what they learned in the two-day program back on the job. Participants will be provided an action plan template to capture learnings from the program as well as to detail their next steps. 

    Tracy Burns

    CEO

    NEHRA


    Tracy Burns has served as NEHRA’s Chief Executive Officer since November of 2010. Prior to this role, she spent nearly 20 years working in corporate HR, holding leadership positions across various industries, including financial services, higher education/healthcare, publishing and food/beverage.

    Tracy is the author of,Before and After Resumes: How to Turn a Good Resume Into A Great One. In 2016 she received SmartCEO’s Brava Award as one of 40 female leaders in Greater Boston. In 2017, she was featured in Boston Business Journal’s series “Women of Influence”. A sought after expert in “all things HR”, Tracy is often quoted in local and national media outlets and has been featured on various industry related podcasts, including The Hennessy Report and HR Rebooted.

    In 2017, Tracy and business partner Mim Minichiello developed and launched Hytched (www.hytched.co), an on-line platform connecting companies who need interim HR expertise with experienced HR professionals. Currently in its second iteration, Hytched has seen early success as a growing “gig” resource and landed Tracy on the “Top 300 Women to Watch in HR Tech”.

    Tracy is actively involved in the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), as well as the American Society of Association Executive (ASAE). She sits on the HR Management Advisory Board at Bryant University and the Work Without Limits Business Advisory Council at UMass Medical School in Worcester, MA.

    Tracy holds a bachelor’s degree in business/human resources from California State University and a master’s degree in Organizational Development from Lesley University. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Tracy has called the Boston “home” since 1996. She is passionate about advancing female leaders, raising two fabulous boys and her bulldog Moose.

    David Weaver

    President, Compensation and HR Group

    David is President of the Compensation & HR Group and is responsible for all consulting functions within the organization. He is the Author of the bestselling HR book Pay Matters: The Art and Science of Employee Compensation.

    Prior to joining the Compensation & HR Group, David spent 20 years managing a human resources membership and consulting organization. He has also held positions with industry leaders Liberty Mutual, Honeywell and Hewlett-Packard as a corporate human resources professional. During this period, he gained essential hands-on experience in compensation program development, marketing and internal communications.

    A graduate of The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, David has also made his mark in academia, having served as adjunct faculty member for both Northeastern University and Newbury College where he taught courses in Compensation Management and Human Resource Management. He also worked as an instructor for the certification courses at the Compensation Analyst Academy, WorldatWork and the Society for Human Resource Management.

     

    Daniel B. Klein, Esq.

    Partner

    Seyfarth Shaw LLP


    Daniel Klein is a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office. Mr. Klein's practice includes the representation of management in employment and non-competition litigation matters before state and federal courts, at trial and appellate levels, as well as federal and state agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities.

    Mr. Klein also counsels national, regional and local employers on a wide variety of employment matters, including disability accommodation, family and medical leave, workplace investigations, wage and hour compliance, commissions disputes, performance assessment and discipline, terminations, reductions-in-force, training, background checks, whistleblower claims, defamation, handbook and policy review, and trade-secrets protection strategies.As a member of the firm's Complex Discrimination Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Klein has defended employers in a variety of complex discrimination cases, including multi-plaintiff discrimination lawsuits, EEOC pattern and practice cases, and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

    Mr. Klein also has defended employers against the full spectrum of cases involving allegations of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, defamation, and wage and hour violations, as well as representing employers in non-competition and contract disputes.Mr. Klein regularly assists clients in drafting employment contracts, severance agreements, non-competition, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, personnel policies and company handbooks. He has represented employers in a variety of industries, including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, staffing, professional services, transportation, and technology.Mr. Klein lectures frequently on a variety of employment law topics for human resource specialists and in-house counsel, including regular presentations on behalf of the Northeast Human Resources Association, the Massachusetts Hospital Association, and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

    Mr. Klein served as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. From 2005 through the present, Boston Magazine and Law and Politics have named Mr. Klein one of Massachusetts' and New England's "Super Lawyer Rising Stars." Mr. Klein received his J.D., from Boston College Law School, and his B.A. from Colgate University.


    Daniel B. Klein 

    Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

    Phone: (617) 946-4840

    Email: dklein@seyfarth.com

    Online Bio

    Gina Abudi

    President

    Abudi Consulting Group


    Gina Abudi: As President of Abudi Consulting Group, LLC, a woman-owned business, Gina utilizes her 25+ years of consulting, coaching and executive leadership experience to work closely with executives and Boards of Directors of mid- to large global organizations to lead and support strategic, transformational change initiatives. Her work is focused on coaching leaders on change, providing consulting services and offering training programs related to leading and championing/supporting change.

    Gina is active with the Northeast Human Resource Association (NEHRA), frequently contributing to programs for developing HR Professionals and at conferences. She’s also adjunct faculty at several college and university undergraduate and graduate programs and is active with the Association of Change Management Professionals.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 09/20/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Human Resources & DE&I professionals know middle managers are integral to successfully implementing DE&I strategy. Yet, efforts often stall or freeze at that level within organizations. Rachael McCoy & Samuel Ellison from YW Boston will share what they’ve learned building inclusive leadership skills with mid-managers. We’ll look at barriers that get in the way of engaging middle management around DE&I and identify solutions.

    Human Resources & DE&I professionals know middle managers are integral to successfully implementing DE&I strategy. Yet, efforts often stall or freeze at that level within organizations. Rachael McCoy & Samuel Ellison from YW Boston will share what they’ve learned building inclusive leadership skills with mid-managers. We’ll look at barriers that get in the way of engaging middle management around DE&I and identify solutions.

    Samuel Ellison

    Manager of Partnerships

    YW Boston

    Samuel R. W. Ellison joined YW Boston in March 2021. As Manager of Partnerships, Samuel is responsible for generating program revenue by cultivating new participants and partners for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Services and supporting the stewardship and growth of existing partners.

    Prior to joining YW Boston, Samuel was the Senior Administrator at The Partnership, Inc. and brings a wealth of experience developing professionals of color and supporting organizations with their DEI strategy. In 2018, Samuel co-designed and co-facilitated the curriculum for the City of Boston’s Dialogue to Action initiative, which aimed to convene conversations about racism in Boston neighborhoods, organizations, and civic associations.

    Additionally, Samuel is a restorative/transformative justice practitioner and abolitionist, with a particular focus on supporting survivors of interpersonal violence and organizing men to address harmful manifestations of masculinity and skill-building for holding community members accountable for causing harm. Samuel is also an elite professional athlete training for the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 800m and was sponsored by adidas and the Boston Athletic Association from 2015-2020.

    Samuel holds a bachelor’s degree in Communication, Political Science & Africana Studies from Villanova University and was a captain and seven-time All-American for the Track & Field team. Samuel also holds an MA in Migration, Superdiversity & Policy from the University of Birmingham (UK) and was the 2014-2015 US-UK Fulbright Scholar. Samuel is likely to be seen with cookies & cream ice cream and/or a chai latte in hand.

    Rachael McCoy

    Director of Leadership Services

    YW Boston

    Rachael McCoy joined YW Boston in August 2019 as the LeadBoston Program manager. A native of Dorchester, Rachael is passionate about serving Boston communities and fighting for racial justice and equality. Rachael has been an educator and leader for nearly a decade, most recently working as an Assistant Principal in the Boston Public Schools where she intentionally worked to make her schools more diverse, inclusive, and equitable communities for staff and students.

    Rachael graduated from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business with her degree in Marketing. It was at GSU where Rachael became an active student leader and trained facilitator of dialogues on race and equity. Rachael went on to serve as an AmeriCorps Teach for America corps member in Atlanta and Massachusetts, later earning her Master’s in Education from Boston University.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/15/2022 at 9:00 AM (EDT)

    Free for NEHRA Members, our community forums meet at least four times a year (currently virtually), speakers and topics vary. Our Talent Forums are informal conversations hosted by industry experts covering emerging trends, best/next practices, managing Talent in the current environment, and more. Community forums are not open to non-members.

    Free for NEHRA Members, our community forums meet at least four times a year (currently virtually), speakers and topics vary. Our Talent Forums are informal conversations hosted by industry experts covering emerging trends, best/next practices, managing Talent in the current environment, and more. Community forums are not open to non-members.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 09/08/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Human Resources professionals know that keeping abreast of current legal developments are of the highest importance. NEHRA'S Legal Update Webinars will run each quarter, covering the key developments in employment law and issues of current concern for employers and human resources professionals. Led by Dan Klein, a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office, the Webinar will be an informative hour that will help ensure that you are up to speed in this vital area. Free to NEHRA members, we know that you won't want to miss this informative program!

    Human Resources professionals know that keeping abreast of current legal developments are of the highest importance.  NEHRA'S Legal Update Webinars will run each quarter, covering the key developments in employment law and issues of current concern for employers and human resources professionals.  Led by Dan Klein, a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office, the Webinar will be an informative hour that will help ensure that you are up to speed in this vital area.  Free to NEHRA members, we know that you won't want to miss this informative program!

    Daniel B. Klein, Esq.

    Partner

    Seyfarth Shaw LLP


    Daniel Klein is a partner in the Labor and Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw's Boston office. Mr. Klein's practice includes the representation of management in employment and non-competition litigation matters before state and federal courts, at trial and appellate levels, as well as federal and state agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities.

    Mr. Klein also counsels national, regional and local employers on a wide variety of employment matters, including disability accommodation, family and medical leave, workplace investigations, wage and hour compliance, commissions disputes, performance assessment and discipline, terminations, reductions-in-force, training, background checks, whistleblower claims, defamation, handbook and policy review, and trade-secrets protection strategies.As a member of the firm's Complex Discrimination Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Klein has defended employers in a variety of complex discrimination cases, including multi-plaintiff discrimination lawsuits, EEOC pattern and practice cases, and collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

    Mr. Klein also has defended employers against the full spectrum of cases involving allegations of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, defamation, and wage and hour violations, as well as representing employers in non-competition and contract disputes.Mr. Klein regularly assists clients in drafting employment contracts, severance agreements, non-competition, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, personnel policies and company handbooks. He has represented employers in a variety of industries, including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, staffing, professional services, transportation, and technology.Mr. Klein lectures frequently on a variety of employment law topics for human resource specialists and in-house counsel, including regular presentations on behalf of the Northeast Human Resources Association, the Massachusetts Hospital Association, and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education.

    Mr. Klein served as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. From 2005 through the present, Boston Magazine and Law and Politics have named Mr. Klein one of Massachusetts' and New England's "Super Lawyer Rising Stars." Mr. Klein received his J.D., from Boston College Law School, and his B.A. from Colgate University.


    Daniel B. Klein 

    Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

    Phone: (617) 946-4840

    Email: dklein@seyfarth.com

    Online Bio

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 08/26/2022 at 11:00 AM (EDT)

    Today’s workforce is on the move, and they’re looking beyond the paycheck at total rewards and their quality of life. Building quality employee experiences, or QEX, is more important than ever and starts with utilizing data and advanced analytics to create a detailed profile of your workforce and identifying opportunities to refresh and optimize rewards, communications, and delivery. Join HUB International and NEHRA for a discussion on this progressive rewards approach, with a focus on Culture & Connection and the modern Employee Value Proposition.

    Today’s workforce is on the move, and they’re looking beyond the paycheck at total rewards and their quality of life. Building quality employee experiences, or QEX, is more important than ever and starts with utilizing data and advanced analytics to create a detailed profile of your workforce and identifying opportunities to refresh and optimize rewards, communications, and delivery. 

    Join HUB International and NEHRA for a discussion on this progressive rewards approach, with a focus on Culture & Connection and the modern Employee Value Proposition.

    Mim Minichiello

    President, Employee Benefits

    HUB International New England

    Mim Minichiello serves as President, Employee Benefits, of HUB International New England. With over 25 years of experience, Mim provides leadership and implementation of employee benefit initiatives across the New England Region, building and expanding the HUB New England’s offerings as the top employee benefits solution provider.

    Before joining HUB New England, Mim  served in executive positions within the insurance brokerage and health plan industry.  Mim’s experience lies in executing strategic growth and operational plans, building and implementing innovating sales strategies, and cultivating best-in-class teams.

    Outside of her leadership role, with HUB New England, Mim is the Chair of the YW Boston, an organization committed to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Mim is also a member of the New England Advisory Council for Facing History.  Facing History’s approach heightens student’s understanding of racism, religious intolerance, and prejudice; increases student’s ability to relate history to their own lives, and promotes greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities in a democracy. She is also active with  NEHRA (Northeast Human Resources Association), The Boston Club, and The Commonwealth Institute.

    Mim is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. Mim has also received a graduate certificate in management from Radcliffe College, and has completed AHIP’s Executive Leaders program with the Certified Health Insurance Executive designation.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 08/23/2022 at 9:00 AM (EDT)

    Free for NEHRA Members, our community forums meet at least four times a year (currently virtually), speakers and topics vary. Our L&D Forums are informal conversations hosted by industry experts covering emerging trends, best/next practices, managing L&D in the current environment, and more. Community forums are not open to non-members.

    Microlearning is the hot new topic in the learning & development space, focusing on making learning more time sensitive and with digestible content.  Given the speed of change and growing need to be adaptable, microlearning shatters the walls of traditional training approaches by taking the lessons out of a classroom and into the hands of the learner.  We will talk through what microlearning is, why it is important, how it can be successful, and how you can support it.

    Scott Wentzell

    Director of Learning & Development

    Trinity Life Sciences

    Experienced creative and training consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the banking, publishing, and pharmaceuticals industries. Skilled in training delivery, development and design, virtual learning, management, leadership, and risk management. Strong arts and design professional with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) focused in Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University, and a BA in Art from Salem State University.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 08/17/2022 at 8:15 AM (EDT)

    How we care for our employees, especially during times of change and uncertainty, has a direct impact on retention, belonging, and team dynamics. Join us for a day of meaningful conversations and actionable takeaways at our first-ever Employee Relations & Experience Exchange! Topics will include retaining talent, leadership development, generational dynamics, helping your employees navigate difficult emotions, and more. Talent is top of mind for all organizations right now, don’t miss your chance to hear from experts on what you can be doing to stay ahead!

    How we care for our employees, especially during times of change and uncertainty, has a direct impact on retention, belonging, and team dynamics. Join us for a day of meaningful conversations and actionable takeaways at our first-ever Employee Relations & Experience Exchange! Topics will include retaining talent, leadership development, generational dynamics, helping your employees navigate difficult emotions, and more. Talent is top of mind for all organizations right now, don’t miss your chance to hear from experts on what you can be doing to stay ahead!


    August 17 - Conference Center at Waltham Woods - Waltham, MA

    Pricing:
    NEHRA Members - $399
    Non-Members: $499


    SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE

    8:30 - 9:00AM: Registration, Breakfast, & Networking

    9:00 - 10:15AM: Welcome Remarks & Opening Keynote:   Retaining Top Talent in Today’s Climate 

    10:15 - 10:45AM: Break

    10:45AM - 12:00PM: Breakouts (choice of 2)
    1: Navigating Anger & Difficult Emotions in the Workplace: A Guide for HR Professionals
    2: Multigenerational and Gender Dynamics in a Hybrid Workplace

    12:00 - 1:00PM: Lunch & Networking 

    1:00 - 2:15PM: Breakouts (choice of 2)
    1: Leadership Development
    2: Employee Benefit Trends

    2:15 - 2:45PM: Break

    2:45 - 4:00OPM: Closing Keynote Panel: Creating an Intentional & Supportive Employee Experience



    AGENDA


    8:30 - 9:00AM - REGISTRATION, BREAKFAST, & NETWORKING

     


    9:00 - 10:15AM - WELCOME REMARKS & OPENING KEYNOTE SESSION
    Retaining Top Talent in Today's Climate
    Speaker: Tracie Sponenberg, Chief People Officer, The Granite Group

    Ask any business leader what keeps them up at night and chances are they will say “finding talent”. You don’t have to go far to see the impact of the labor shortage across all industries. And while finding talent is still top of mind for most companies, retention is arguably even more important.  Terrific attraction strategies do not help if your people are leaving your company in droves.  The challenges facing today’s organizations are further impacted by resistance to returning to the office, increased pressure on managers and variable generational expectations. Hear from Tracie Sponenberg, how she and the leadership team at Granite Group have worked to create a people-centered organization and the approach they are taking to attract, retain and care for their people.  

     

    10:45AM - 12:00PM: BREAKOUT SESSIONS (CHOICE OF 2) -
    1 - Navigating Anger & Difficult Emotions in the Workplace: A Guide for HR Professionals
    Speaker: Joe Pereira, MSW, LICSW, CAS, Clinical Social Worker, Outlook Associates

    While anger and difficult emotions have always been a reality in our workplaces, the fear and uncertainty of the past 2+ years has brought it to a new level.

    Organizations are faced with individuals who have difficulty regulating their anger and other difficult emotions with colleagues and supervisors causing disruption in job functioning and sense of safety for all involved. It is important for all leaders to understand how these emotions can bubble up, and the dynamics of anger control problems including the impact of resentment. This breakout will review how best to work with individuals who may have anger control issues, and when and how to intervene.

    Key Learnings:

    1. Learn the distinction between anger, aggression, and assertiveness
    2. Understand the dynamics of anger and other difficult emotions
    3. Recognize how certain ways of thinking can aggravate a person's anger
    4. Understand the role of resentment in dealing with feelings of anger
    5. Identify ways to intervene with individuals who may have anger control issues

     

     

    2 - Multigenerational and Gender Dynamics in a Hybrid Workplace
    Speaker: Humberto Salicetti, Managing Director, Business Transformation, Slalom, LLC

    'One-size fits all' solutions to the hybrid workplace challenge are doomed to fail. In this breakout, we will review considerations and perspectives that set the foundation for an inclusive hybrid workplace strategy that factors in gender and multigenerational workforce needs. Long-term success will depend on your decisions around work technology tool sets, rethinking the use of space, learning and development, remote vs. on-premises policies, performance management, benefits, and the very definition of well-being.

     

     

    12:00 - 1:00PM: LUNCH & NETWORKING

     

    1:00 - 2:15PM: BREAKOUT SESSIONS (CHOICE OF 2) -
    1 - Conversations That Matter:  Can Employees Love Their Jobs?  
     Speakers: Penny Locey, Vice President, Keystone Partners & Brenda Stanton, Senior Vice President, Keystone Partners

    HR is the catalyst as organizations attract, develop and retain employees who love their jobs/employers – and share that enthusiasm with everyone.   Join Brenda Stanton and Penny Locey from Keystone Partners to discuss how simple, structured meaningful conversations can create a deeper level of employee engagement.  Learn the practical unique 5-Part Framework designed to help HR boost conversations that Team Leaders and Managers are having with their teams.  Take away effective strategies and tools so you can have meaningful conversations that help employees feel and know they are vital to your organization. 

     

    2 - Employee Benefit Trends
    Speaker: John Flaherty, EVP of Sales, Brown & Brown of Massachusetts

     

     

    2:45 - 4:00PM: CLOSING KEYNOTE:
    Closing Keynote Panel: Creating an Intentional & Supportive Employee Experience

    Moderator: Mim Minichiello, President, Employee Benefits, New England Region, HUB International
    Panelists: DPeter Evers, CEO, Brockton Area Multi-Services (BAMSI),  & Doreen Nichols, Head of Talent and Business Partnering, Amylyx Pharmaceuticals

    Employee needs are continuing to shift, and it is more critical than ever that organizations lead with a people-first mentality. For teams to thrive in uncertain (and certain times), leaders need to go beyond just managing the work, and show that they have a genuine interest in the wellbeing of their employees. Join us to hear from local HR leaders on meaningful ways that they have supported their team members during the challenges and opportunities of the past 2+ years. Panelists will share practical strategies to implement within your organization, helping to make your employee experience future-proof.

     

    Brenda Stanton

    Senior Vice President

    Keystone Partners

    Brenda consults with organizations on corporate workplace, career management, and leadership development. She advises HR leaders on complex, multi-site global restructuring and outplacement needs, C-level executive transitions, and talent and leadership development initiatives including executive coaching, team effectiveness, and management training.

    Brenda has served as a career transition consultant and trainer, advising professionals at all levels to define career targets and up-level opportunities, and successfully achieve their career aspirations.  Prior to Keystone, she spent 15 years in business development and marketing roles at publishing, advertising, and technology firms.

    Brenda is an active member of New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) and frequently speaks to professional associations including NEHRA and DisruptHR Boston. Brenda is a certified career coach with Coach Training Alliance (CTA). She holds a BBA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Isenberg School of Management. She is also a Certified Executive Coach by the Center for Executive Coaching.

    Doreen Nichols

    Head of Talent and HR Business Partnering

    Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

    As Head of Talent and HR Business Partnering, Doreen has primary responsibility of leading the Human Resources Business Partner function for the US and Canada. She partners with a diverse and talented employee population across Amylyx to develop and implement forward-thinking talent practices, plan and direct employee engagement strategies, sustain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment, and execute initiatives that support Amylyx’s vision, mission, values, and business objectives.

    Doreen made one last career change, going back to the Biopharma industry, and joined Amylyx in November of 2021. She brings more than 25 years of global human resources experience in both big brand corporations and early-stage start-ups. Prior to joining the Amylyx family, she led teams in outstanding companies and institutions such as Eversource Energy, Genzyme, a Sanofi Company, Staples Inc., LensCrafters, and Tulane University. She is recognized as a thought leader in global diversity and inclusion initiatives, operations, acquisitions, divestitures, talent strategy, and performance management.  Doreen holds a BS in Human Resources Management from DeVry University, Certificate in Human Resources from Bentley, and both the SPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications.

    In her spare time, Doreen is a make-up artist, and competitive tennis player on the USTA and Central Massachusetts Indoor Tennis Association teams. She enjoys traveling, recreational cooking and spending time with her family.

    Joe Pereira

    Clinical Social Worker

    Private Practice

    Licensed clinical social worker and addictions specialist who has been practicing for over 30 years. Co-founder of Outlook Associates of New England, a practice
    started to assist persons with anger control problems. Currently in private practice in Arlington, MA offering individual and group therapy as well as training and
    consultation with a focus on anger management to adults and adolescents. Have given numerous trainings locally as well as nationally and internationally on the treatment of anger management problems as well as workplace conflict, chemical addictions and stress management. Interviewed by The Wall Street Journal on the topic of working with people with anger control issues and has made an appearance on the Boston local news show “Chronicle” discussing the topic of road rage. Also was involved with the Massachusetts Medical Society on developing a program for disruptive physicians. Lecturer at the Boston University Graduate School of Social Work since 2013.

    John Flaherty

    EVP of Sales

    Brown & Brown of Massachusetts

    John’s over 30 years of insurance experience includes growing insurance practices via team building, sales, mentoring and high-level consulting. His financial sharpness and business creativity, while giving to his internal and external network honestly and authentically has kept him motivated for over three decades. John was a partner at Longfellow Benefits in Boston, where he worked for 18 years and helped grow and lead their employee benefit practice; Longfellow sold to Gallagher in December 2013.

    John graduated from Norwich University – The Military College of Vermont in 1986 and received his Master in Business Administration (MBA) in 1989 from Northeastern University, where he taught Accounting and various business classes for over 27 years.

    Karen Anderson

    Chief Human Resources Officer

    Mimecast

    Karen Anderson joined Mimecast in 2019 as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). In this role, Karen will lead global strategy for the Company’s people and culture, support geographical growth, and ensure Mimecast remains a top place to work for all employees. 

    Karen has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources, having started her career as a consultant with the Hay Group in Toronto Canada. She supported Compensation, Benefits and Systems for Bayer Canada before moving to the U.S. in 2000, at which point she became the Global HR Director for Baxter in Chicago. Next, she joined Pfizer to first support the Global Research teams and then the Commercial businesses in both the Developed Markets and the Emerging Markets. In 2013, Karen relocated to Boston to lead the Research and Development and Corporate Development teams for Biogen before becoming the CHRO for Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. 

    Karen has a BA in Psychology and Labor Relations and a Masters in Organization Development. She is an active mentor in the community, a Board member of the Northeast HR Association, an advisor to WEST (Women in the Enterprise of Science and Technology), and in 2018, received the HRO Today magazine award as a CHRO Leader of Distinction.

    Mim Minichiello

    President, Employee Benefits

    HUB International New England

    Mim Minichiello serves as President, Employee Benefits, of HUB International New England. With over 25 years of experience, Mim provides leadership and implementation of employee benefit initiatives across the New England Region, building and expanding the HUB New England’s offerings as the top employee benefits solution provider.

    Before joining HUB New England, Mim  served in executive positions within the insurance brokerage and health plan industry.  Mim’s experience lies in executing strategic growth and operational plans, building and implementing innovating sales strategies, and cultivating best-in-class teams.

    Outside of her leadership role, with HUB New England, Mim is the Chair of the YW Boston, an organization committed to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Mim is also a member of the New England Advisory Council for Facing History.  Facing History’s approach heightens student’s understanding of racism, religious intolerance, and prejudice; increases student’s ability to relate history to their own lives, and promotes greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities in a democracy. She is also active with  NEHRA (Northeast Human Resources Association), The Boston Club, and The Commonwealth Institute.

    Mim is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. Mim has also received a graduate certificate in management from Radcliffe College, and has completed AHIP’s Executive Leaders program with the Certified Health Insurance Executive designation.

    Peter Evers

    President & CEO

    BAMSI (Brockton Area Multi-Services, Inc.)

    Peter Evers is the President & CEO of BAMSI, a Massachusetts based human service agency providing services to adults and children with developmental disabilities, mental illness, behavioral health, and public health needs. Prior to joining BAMSI, Evers served as the President and CEO of Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc., and Vice President for Behavioral Health at Concord Hospital.  A Licensed Social Worker, he has more than 30 years of experience in the mental health and human services fields, including leadership positions in emergency, residential, and outpatient services.  Evers also served as Vice President for Program Operations at The Home for Little Wanderers in Boston before joining Riverbend. Prior to that, he was the Southeastern Area Director at the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH).  

    Throughout his career, he has been a leader in the social service industry, promoting resilience in persons served, educating communities around stigma, and the worth of every human being through engagement. He also firmly believes that a positive agency culture, the effective use of resources, and the sustainability of state-of-the-art facilities are a reflection of an organization’s quest for excellence.

    Educated in England and a graduate of Sheffield Hallam University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business Studies, Evers obtained his Masters in Social Work from the University of Kent, and is a Licensed Clinical Social worker here and in Great Britain. 

    Pennell Locey

    Vice President, Career Management

    Keystone Partners

    Penny, VP and leader of Keystone Partners’ individual delivery practice, is a member of the Consulting Practice Leadership Team.

    Penny has extensive experience in career management, HR, and leadership development, including Polaroid Corporation, consulting to organizations on implementing organization-wide training, succession planning and talent management programs, and running a successful independent career consulting practice.

    She has headed restructuring, redeployment, and retraining programs, including partnering with universities and state agencies on the design and delivery of a model biotechnology retraining program.

    As a founding member of the Independent Career Counseling Consortium and co-founder of New England Institute for Career Development, Penny is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer, and a regular contributor to the media on career issues.

    Penny holds an MEd from Boston University in Counseling Psychology and a BA from Wellesley College. She is a CPI Master Career Transition Consultant.

    Tracie Sponenberg

    CPO

    The Granite Group

    Tracie Sponenberg is Chief People Officer of The Granite Group, based in Concord, NH.  An award-winning, third-generation family-owned business, The Granite Group has a proud tradition in the plumbing and heating wholesale supply business dating back to the turn of the last century.  Tracie is responsible for leading all People functions throughout the company, which has 45 locations, and nearly 600 employees throughout New England.


    With expertise in strategic business planning, technology selection and deployment, employee engagement and wellness, employment branding, culture development and turnaround, leadership and team development, organizational and strategy development, she has gained broad experience across a wide range of industries in her more than 20 years in human resources, with much of her career focused on working with CEOs to develop people strategies to help the organizations grow.  She began her career in HR while in college, interning with a global public transportation company, and advanced through the organization over the next five years.  Tracie found her HR home in small to medium sized private companies, where she could have the most impact on the business.  She’s led the HR function at an award-winning multi-state professional services firm; a Pulitzer-prize winning newspaper and publishing company, and a national wellness distribution and technology company.


    Tracie has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The College of The Holy Cross, and a Master’s Degree in Human Resources from Framingham State University. She is SPHR and SHRM-SCP certified; was named to the 2017 Supply House Times “Women in Industry 20”; was a 2018 Bob Gatti HR Leadership Award Nominee; and was the recipient of the 2019 GSHRC Ry Perry HR Hero Award.  Tracie speaks on HR, technology and business issues across the country; she is a co-founder of DisruptHR NH and HR Rebooted; a member and past president of her local SHRM chapter and a member of the national SHRM Special Expertise Panel for HR Disciplines. Her articles have appeared in CIO Review Magazine and HR Tech Outlook, and she is a regular contributor to the SHRM blog.  Through her work with SHRM, her HR expertise has been featured on NPR, and in publications including USA Today, US News and World Report, Employee Benefits News, Chicago Sun-Times and The Wall Street Journal. She is on the board of her local food co-op; The Harvard Pilgrim Foundation; Red River Theatres; the advisory board of the Framingham State University Master's in HRM program and the advisory board of Families in Transition.   


    A bookworm and introvert who never spoke in class until college, Tracie recently started getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.  Though she now realizes she won’t die speaking in public, to the media, or on camera, she still hates parties and crowds - but loves espresso.   When not road tripping, heading to Disney World, or hanging out with her family at home in Concord, NH, you can usually find her at a local coffee shop or (slowly) running 5Ks with her husband.

  • Contains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The two-day class enables participants to learn from industry experts who will share theory, key information and practice across four (4) key areas of HR responsibility including: Talent Management, Compensation Fundamentals, Compliance and Employment Law & Employee Relations

    NEHRA’s Developing HR Fundamentals Program provides HR professionals who are new to the HR field, are moving from a specialist to a generalist role, or who work within smaller organizations and wear many hats, with a solid foundation for a well-rounded career in human resources. This program provides instruction over two full days, as well as interactions and sharing through a community portal; enabling participants to be engaged prior to, throughout, and after the program. 

    The online community portal will provide access to:

    - Any articles and white papers shared by facilitators
    - A glossary of HR terms
    - A listing of recommended books and websites/blogs
    - A forum for sharing best practices and addressing common HR challenges
    - A place to keep connected with your program colleagues

    Pre-Program and Post-Program collaboration via the community portal enables for more robust and fulfilling two-day sessions


    Thursday, July 28:

    9:00am
    Opening Remarks, Participant Introductions and Introduction to the HR Profession
    Facilitator -
    Tracy Burns, CEO, NEHRA

    9:30am - 12:00pm
    Module 1: Talent Management
    Presenter - Monet Viens, Owner & Advisor, Summitways HR

    This session provides a foundation for managing talent within the organization, a key responsibility for HR professionals. This session covers the role of HR in talent management, enabling for achieving the strategic goals of the organization and ensuring the right people are brought on board at the right time.

    Participants will learn best practices, tools and techniques around:

    - Workforce planning
    - Talent acquisition – from hiring to interviewing to selecting through to onboarding new hires
    - Employee development

    12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Offline Break for Lunch

    1:00 – 4:00
    Module 2: Compensation Fundamentals
    Presenter - 
    Dave Weaver, President, Compensation and HR Group

    This session enables participants to learn and apply basic elements of a total compensation system. Such systems, when well-planned and implemented, enable for a total rewards package that attracts, motivates and retains top talent in the organization.

    Participants will learn:

    - Considerations and the intersection of base pay, incentives and differentials in employee compensation
    - Participants will be able to participate in an online benefits session after the program ends


    Thursday, August 4:

    9:00am – 12:00pm
    Welcome Back & Module 3: Compliance and Employment Law
    Presenter
     - Dan Klein, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw

    This session provides participants with key facts about federal, state, and local legislation with which organizations must comply; reducing risk in organizations when rules and regulations are followed. This key module enables for an improved understanding of the responsibility of HR as it relates to various legislation and regulations.

    Participants will learn:

    - Applicable employment laws that impact organizations
    - Conducting and using background checks
    - Pre-employment considerations

    12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Offline Break for Lunch

    1:00pm – 4:00pm
    Module 4: Employee Relations
    Presenter - 
    Gina Abudi, President, Abudi Consulting Group, LLC

    This session covers key considerations in developing and maintaining employee-employer relationships that contribute to productivity, engagement, and morale. Best practices in how to identify and manage through conflict as well as communicating in ways that works to engage employees are shared in this session.

    Participants will learn:

    - Techniques to prevent and resolve employee problems that can affect work situations
    - Their communication style and how to use that information effectively when communicating with and engaging employees
    - Best practices to identify and resolve conflicts in the workplace

    Closing Activity: Summary, Wrap Up and Action Planning
    Facilitator
    - Gina Abudi, President, Abudi Consulting Group, LLC

    Action planning will be done at the end of the second day, enabling participants to detail how they will apply what they learned in the two-day program back on the job. Participants will be provided an action plan template to capture learnings from the program as well as to detail their next steps. 

    Monet Viens

    Owner & Advisor

    Summitways HR

    For over 10 years, Monet has been helping a wide variety of businesses with their HR and employee needs.  As an adaptable and innovative HR professional, she has a keen ability to translate visions and strategies into actionable goals, strengthen processes, and increase efficiencies. Through her education, professional development, and industry involvement, Monet has the depth and breadth of knowledge to handle a variety of needs.  By keeping her finger on the pulse of national, state, and local issues, Monet is current with the latest developments in HR and can offer a unique and strategic perspective on various business needs.  Monet thrives on challenges and strives to transform HR into an asset, rather than a liability.

    David Weaver

    President, Compensation and HR Group

    David is President of the Compensation & HR Group and is responsible for all consulting functions within the organization. He is the Author of the bestselling HR book Pay Matters: The Art and Science of Employee Compensation.

    Prior to joining the Compensation & HR Group, David spent 20 years managing a human resources membership and consulting organization. He has also held positions with industry leaders Liberty Mutual, Honeywell and Hewlett-Packard as a corporate human resources professional. During this period, he gained essential hands-on experience in compensation program development, marketing and internal communications.

    A graduate of The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, David has also made his mark in academia, having served as adjunct faculty member for both Northeastern University and Newbury College where he taught courses in Compensation Management and Human Resource Management. He also worked as an instructor for the certification courses at the Compensation Analyst Academy, WorldatWork and the Society for Human Resource Management.

     

    Patrick Landroche

    Associate

    Seyfarth

    Employers turn to Patrick for guidance in all aspects of employment law, including labor relations, arbitrations, and single- and multiplaintiff litigation. He represents employers in claims related to matters such as discrimination and wage and hour. Additionally, Patrick regularly advises and counsels employers on how to minimize legal risk, and provides training on relevant employment law topics. Clients can rely on him to be responsive and determined to resolve their legal matters.

    Employers turn to Patrick for guidance in all aspects of employment law, including labor relations, arbitrations, and single- and multiplaintiff litigation. He represents employers in claims related to matters such as discrimination and wage and hour. Additionally, Patrick regularly advises and counsels employers on how to minimize legal risk, and provides training on relevant employment law topics. Clients can rely on him to be responsive and determined to resolve their legal matters.

    Gina Abudi

    President

    Abudi Consulting Group


    Gina Abudi: As President of Abudi Consulting Group, LLC, a woman-owned business, Gina utilizes her 25+ years of consulting, coaching and executive leadership experience to work closely with executives and Boards of Directors of mid- to large global organizations to lead and support strategic, transformational change initiatives. Her work is focused on coaching leaders on change, providing consulting services and offering training programs related to leading and championing/supporting change.

    Gina is active with the Northeast Human Resource Association (NEHRA), frequently contributing to programs for developing HR Professionals and at conferences. She’s also adjunct faculty at several college and university undergraduate and graduate programs and is active with the Association of Change Management Professionals.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Labor is having a moment. Over the past year, established unions and grassroots workers’ movements have had success in organizing workers, including in traditionally non-unionized sectors. At the same time, the National Labor Relations Board seeks to make it easier for unions to organize workers but harder for employers to campaign against unionization. In addition, the Board is contemplating new penalties, such as consequential damages, for employers who commit unfair labor practices. Please join us for a discussion of these trends and how all employers may be impacted by an emboldened labor movement and developments at the NLRB.

    Labor is having a moment.  Over the past year, established unions and grassroots workers’ movements have had success in organizing workers, including in traditionally non-unionized sectors. At the same time, the National Labor Relations Board seeks to make it easier for unions to organize workers but harder for employers to campaign against unionization. In addition, the Board is contemplating new penalties, such as consequential damages, for employers who commit unfair labor practices.  Please join us for a discussion of these trends and how all employers may be impacted by an emboldened labor movement and developments at the NLRB.



    Rob Fisher

    Partner, Labor & Employment

    Seyfarth Shaw

    Rob serves as outside labor and employment counsel to his clients, who depend on him to advise them across the spectrum of labor and employment law while understanding their culture and business objectives.

    Mid-market and large national employers look to Rob for help navigating their most complex legal challenges, such as dealing with labor unions, defending wage-and-hour and executive disputes, and for day-to-day advice to help align their employment strategies with their business goals.

    Dedicated to client service, Rob is regularly called upon to handle complex labor and employment matters. In the area of traditional labor law, Rob helps negotiate game-changing labor agreements, defends unfair labor practice charges, and helps non-union employers avoid unionization altogether. Rob also handles ERISA-related matters, especially those relating to unionized workforces. A significant part of Rob's practice is defending employers in wage-and-hour litigation, including both putative class and collective actions and single plaintiff cases. In addition, Rob provides day-to-day advice and counseling to clients regarding difficult employment issues and compliance with federal and state law.

    Rob has handled matters across the spectrum of labor and employment law for over 20 years. Because his perspective is not narrowly focused, he is able to aid clients when areas of labor and employment law intersect. For example, compensation schemes in collective bargaining agreements often raise complicated federal and state wage and hour issues, and Rob is able to guide his clients at the bargaining table while aiding them with legal compliance. Rob has extensive experience in a number of key industries—higher education, technology, retail, telecommunications, and manufacturing—and understands these industries often face unique issues.

    Rob is proud to be part of Seyfarth's international team of labor and employment attorneys who are dedicated to client service. He enjoys collaborating with his colleagues to handle some of the most complex matters in the field.

    Rob serves as outside labor and employment counsel to his clients, who depend on him to advise them across the spectrum of labor and employment law while understanding their culture and business objectives.

    Mid-market and large national employers look to Rob for help navigating their most complex legal challenges, such as dealing with labor unions, defending wage-and-hour and executive disputes, and for day-to-day advice to help align their employment strategies with their business goals.

    Dedicated to client service, Rob is regularly called upon to handle complex labor and employment matters. In the area of traditional labor law, Rob helps negotiate game-changing labor agreements, defends unfair labor practice charges, and helps non-union employers avoid unionization altogether. Rob also handles ERISA-related matters, especially those relating to unionized workforces. A significant part of Rob's practice is defending employers in wage-and-hour litigation, including both putative class and collective actions and single plaintiff cases. In addition, Rob provides day-to-day advice and counseling to clients regarding difficult employment issues and compliance with federal and state law.

    Rob has handled matters across the spectrum of labor and employment law for over 20 years. Because his perspective is not narrowly focused, he is able to aid clients when areas of labor and employment law intersect. For example, compensation schemes in collective bargaining agreements often raise complicated federal and state wage and hour issues, and Rob is able to guide his clients at the bargaining table while aiding them with legal compliance. Rob has extensive experience in a number of key industries—higher education, technology, retail, telecommunications, and manufacturing—and understands these industries often face unique issues.

    Rob is proud to be part of Seyfarth's international team of labor and employment attorneys who are dedicated to client service. He enjoys collaborating with his colleagues to handle some of the most complex matters in the field.