Lead Volunteer: Rosie Carvajal
Rosie will be working closely with the board of directors in 2014 to guide and assist the team with fulfilling SHRM’s Affiliate Program for Excellence. SHAPE is designed to ensure a stronger synergy between SHRM and affiliated chapters. SHAPE focuses on outcomes from chapter-sponsored initiatives which are strategic in nature. With these initiatives SAHRA will strive to increase its visibility and effectiveness, as well as promote the HR profession at the local level.
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Volunteer Spotlight: Carol Eberhart
Carol was nominated by Robin Nelson, Secretary, Volunteer Coordinator,
and Foothills Team Leader, for stepping up and supporting the SAHRA
Foothills Extension in 2013. She coordinated meeting logistics by
arranging meeting room reservations and lunch headcount confirmations
with the venue for each Foothills membership meeting. A big thank you
to Carol Eberhart for providing this support to help make sure SAHRA
could continue to provide successful meetings to the Foothills group.
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Volunteer CornerSAHRA Volunteers Needed
It’s not too late to set your 2014 New Year’s Resolution…how about getting involved with your HR Community!
Are you looking for a way to get involved with SAHRA and lend a helping hand? We’re always looking for volunteers. Here are a few specific areas that need assistance. If you’re interested in any of the following, feel free to reach out to the contact directly. You may also
contact me if you have any questions or other interests. Thank you!
Robin Nelson, PHR
2014 SAHRA Secretary & Volunteer Coordinator
The SHRM Foundation – Shaping the future of HR
As we begin 2014, we want to inform and remind you about the SHRM Foundation and the great work it does. Throughout the coming year we will be holding various fundraising activities at various events to demonstrate our chapter’s support of the Foundation. We thank you in advance for your generous contributions. But before you contribute, you may be asking yourself – what exactly is the SHRM Foundation?
Hiring Assistance Program
The Sacramento Area Human Resource Association (SAHRA) and the North State Building Industry Foundation have come together in partnership. This partnership begins as a local program debuts that will reward employers for hiring during difficult economic times.
The Hiring Assistance Program, administered through SETA/Sacramento Works with federal funds, offers up to $5,000 per employee for up to ten new hires. Potential employees must be long-term unemployed/underemployed and reside in the greater Sacramento area to be eligible.