CMA will be hosting the next Warrior Transition Readiness Workshop on March 2 and is in need of 10-15 HR Professionals, Resume Writers, & Career Coaches who have a passion to serve the military community.
For event information and registration please visit https://cmawarrior.org/volunteer
How to Succeed in a Candidate-Driven Market
In this session, we will share our unique insight on how you can ensure your organization thrives in this candidate- driven market. Drawing upon Deacon Recruiting’s 25 years of experience in partnering with a diverse group of companies, we will discuss our tales, tips and tools to improve the candidate’s experience. Covering all aspects of the process from sourcing to successfully on boarding your next rock star!
Cathi Mitchell Beecroft, CPC, CTS
Cathi Mitchell Beecroft is the product of a military upbringing. Her mother was in the United States Air Force which allowed the family to travel the world. Cathi spent most of her formative years in Japan and the Philippines, moving to Texas in 1989.
Cathi started her career on the clinical side of healthcare then transitioned to a successful career in medical device sales. She earned her Green Belt in Six Sigma during her tenure with GE Medical.
Cathi started in Executive Search and Staffing Profession in 2006, joining Deacon in 2010. Cathi has held significant positions while at Deacon, currently she is the Director of Business Relations. Read More...
Lauren Costley CPC
Lauren Costley is the Divisional Director of the Corporate Services Division at Deacon Recruiting. Lauren joined Deacon with 11 years of experience in Management, Sales and Marketing, predominantly in the Health and Fitness arena.
Lauren graduated from Texas State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications. She was Rookie of the Year at Deacon in 2013, and was an inductee in to the company’s “Million Dollar Club” in 2017. Her specialties include all levels of professionals in the areas of Human Resources, Legal, Operations, and Executive Administrative support. Read More...
Networking begins at 11:20 a.m.
Meeting 11:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.
SAHRMA Member registration - $30
Non-Member registration $40
SAHRMA Student $10
Strips of skirt steak and chicken breast marinated in green chili
and lime cilantro tops mixed greens, served with black bean and
corn relish, smoked peppers and onions, pico de gallo, shredded
cheddar cheese, sour cream, jalapeños, house-made tortilla strips,
fire roasted salsa and cilantro-lime ranch dressing
By Invitation Only!
New Member Orientation gives New Members the opportunity to learn about SAHRMA, meet the Board Members and ask questions about the organization.
Lunch is provided.
Please register by 3/13/2020.
Let's Mix 'N Mingle!
Join us for some great networking and free appetizers.
Register by March 20th!
Texas A&M University Presents: Spring Learning Event, "Mental Illness and the Workplace: Navigating the Mental Health Epidemic"
Wednesday, April 8th
6:00 to 8:00 PM
One University Way, San Antonio, TX 78224
Our panelists will include:
The Learning Event is a project of the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, in partnership with the College of Business and the San Antonio Human Resource Management Association. The April event marks the 11th Learning Event hosted by the student chapter. The event is FREE and open to the A&M-SA campus community, Human Resource professionals, the business community, and the general public.
The Learning Event is presented live – streamed – and recorded. For streaming information, email: SHRM@tamusa.edu.
Registration is not required.
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