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Winners of the June 30, 2015, prize drawings, sponsored by Ultimate Software, in the Exposition were, from left: Lisa Douglas, human resources director at Conway Corp. in Conway, Ark. ($500); Sandie Peterson, human resources consultant at Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Co. in Lake St. Louis, Mo. ($1,000); Marilyn Bona, director of benefits and compensation at NCH Corp. in Irving, Texas (2016 SHRM Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., registration, airfare and hotel, including guest); and Jackie Bibbs James, benefits manager, City of Louisville, Ky. (grand prize—$5,000). Photo by John R. Anderson
Dr. Oz Encourages HR Professionals to Help Others Thrive
Dr. Mehmet Oz took the stage at the closing general session of the SHRM 2015 Annual Conference & Exposition and urged the HR professionals in attendance to use their influence as leaders in their organizations—and as family members and friends—to help employees and other people they care for live healthier and, thus, happier lives.
2016 an Exciting Time to Be in Washington, D.C.
Was that a presidential motorcade that just drove by? Psst, isn’t that Kevin Spacey from “House of Cards” having a quiet dinner in the corner? Whoa, The Who brought down the house at the Verizon Center last night! From hot jazz to cool brews to its marble hallways of power, Washington, D.C.—site of the SHRM 2016 Annual Conference & Exposition—is a cosmopolitan center that draws world leaders and celebrities alike. Celebrity chefs such as Wolfgang Puck and venues like the Kennedy Center are all part of “D.C. Cool.”
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