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South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley Meets with SC SHRM Members
Over 30 members of South Carolina SHRM State Council met on March 31 with Governor Nikki Haley at the state capitol in Columbia. Reminding the participants that her husband in the U.S. Army works in human resources, Haley indicated to the group that she understands many of the challenges HR professions confront daily in the workplace.
Some of the issues discussed during the meeting were education, preparing the incoming workforce for today’s workplace, creating jobs, developing “work-ready communities” and maintaining South Carolina’s right-to-work status.
During the meeting, SC SHRM presented Haley with an “Honorary HR Professional of the Year” award and a T-shirt that said, “If at first you don't succeed, do what Human Resources told you to do the first time.”
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