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HR ROUNDTABLE: MANAGING AN HR DEPARTMENT OF ONE: ENGAGING AND RETAINING YOUR WORKFORCE
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Join us for an intimate, facilitated discussion with your nonprofit HR peers and colleagues from across CT. What are the current trends in compensation, benefits, and retention of employees? What are others doing that you may not have thought about? What does the new generation of workers want from their employer? Do you have to start thinking differently about compensating and retaining employees?

12/16/2015
When: December 16, 2015
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Where: CT Nonprofits
75 Charter Oak Avenue
Suite 1-100
Hartford, Connecticut  06106
United States
Presenter: Carol L. Kardas, Founding Partner, KardasLarson, LLC
Contact: Josh Lipshitz
860-525-5080 x1014


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Join us for an intimate, facilitated discussion with your nonprofit HR peers and colleagues from across CT.  What are the current trends in compensation, benefits, and retention of employees?  What are others doing that you may not have thought about?  What does the new generation of workers want from their employer?  Do you have to start thinking differently about compensating and retaining employees?  What does the future hold for the current workforce?  Bring your own examples, best practices and greatest challenges for this terrific opportunity to learn from and with your HR colleagues from across the state.   This event is free to members of CT Nonprofits.  In an effort to keep the roundtable discussion intimate and to encourage participation, we are limiting attendance to only 34 attendees.  Register today by clicking here!

 

 

About the Presenter 

CAROL KARDAS is recognized as an outstanding Human Resource Generalist with an expertise in Compensation, Training and Employee Relations. She has diverse industry experience in Manufacturing, Not-for-Profit, Healthcare, Real Estate, Public Accounting, Construction and Financial Services. She is known for her ability to work with client companies to create an efficient Human Resource Department and provide ongoing strategic HR Leadership. She is an acknowledged career counselor for those in job transition.

 

Carol has been actively involved in the Human Resource Community and is a past president of the Human Resource Association of Central Connecticut (HRACC). She holds the designation of Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), and is certified in Advanced Employee Relations Law, Myers Briggs, Predictive Index and Ennegram.

 

She has been a featured speaker for several organizations on Human Resource and Personal Development topics. She is a published author on topics of Compensation and Market Pricing, Generational Differences, Management and Leadership of Employees, Human Resources in Not-for-Profit Organizations and recently had a second printing of "Financial Overview for the HR Business Partner".

 

She holds a BS in Psychology from Fordham University

 

 

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