The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: Solving Conflict in the Virtual Workplace. You will receive 2 hours of HRCI and 2 hours for SHRM continuing education credits.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Outreach and Education Coordinators Debra Finney and Rodney Klein, and Deputy District Director Travis Nicholson will lead this three‐hour workshop through the basics of Title I of the ADA and reasonable accommodations. They will discuss essential job functions, undue hardship and the interactive process. They will also cover medical exams and inquiries and direct threats. This workshop is a great introduction or a helpful refresher into the reasonable accommodation process.
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Pending Approval for Professional Development Credit (PDC) through SHRM and for Recertification Credit through HRCI
Strengthening Strategic Alliances
A Virtual SAHRMA Symposium
October is Global Diversity Awareness Month and it is celebrated around the world by connecting with different people and cultures.
The celebration of GDAM is intended to remind people of the importance and value of respecting the differences each person brings to their workplace and its culture.
GDAM highlights the importance of prioritizing Diversity in the culture of companies of all sizes. Without GDAM, it would not be possible to increase understanding of the differences people bring with them to their workplace.
SAHRMA is thrilled to present the 2nd annual GDAM Diversity Symposium which will address the three pillars of any Diverse, Inclusive, and Equitable company culture and workplace.
Strengthening Strategic Alliances relies on people finding a space to lend their voice, support, and sponsorship to a community that might otherwise be left out or marginalized.
Each of the speakers at this year’s event will share their unique experiences and perspectives on being an ally to others in their communities.
Join us as we celebrate Global Diversity Awareness Month with a thought-provoking panel of speakers who are dedicated to Strengthening Strategic Alliances in the San Antonio and South Texas community and workplaces.
Linda Garcia Cubero
Linda is a Transition Specialist at Hire Heroes USA.
Since 2012 Linda has been passionate about helping service men and women transition out of the military into civilian careers. Today, she continues that passion with Hire Heroes USA, providing career counseling services, resumes, and employment workshops for active duty Service Members, Veterans, and Military Spouses.
In 1998, she was among the first group inducted into the National Hispanic Engineering Hall of Fame. In 2002 Hispanic Business Magazine named Linda as one of the “100 Most Influential Hispanics” in the US.
In 1980, Linda made history when she was a member of the first class to graduate with women at the U.S. Air Force Academy, becoming the first and only Hispanic woman to graduate from any of our nation’s military academies that first year."
She also serves as a motivational and keynote speaker.
Dr. Dorinda Rolle
Dr. Rolle is President of Rolle and Associates, LLC.
Dr. Rolle has held positions with various organizations in the academic, business, government and nonprofit arenas.
She has been an adjunct professor in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program at St. Mary’s University and the African American Studies Program at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). In addition, she developed curriculum for, and teaches diversity, equity and inclusion in the Executive Education Program at the UTSA Center for Professional Excellence.
Dr. Rolle is also an ICF certified professional coach and certified diversity, equity and inclusion practitioner.
Jennifer is Executive Director of the Modern Military Association of America
Jennifer has earned a diversity and inclusion certificate from Cornell University, an associate degree in Intelligence Studies from the Community College of the Air Force, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Bethel University, and a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University.
She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Education Policy with an emphasis on history at the Ohio State University.
Jennifer is a past fellow of The Mission Continues – Service Leadership Corps and Veterans in Global Leadership.
Meeting 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
SAHRMA Member registration $15
Non-Member registration $20
SAHRMA Student $0
Registration closes Monday, October 12th at NOON.
The login information will be send by NTI-C prior to the meeting
Outreach and Education Coordinators Debra Finney and Rodney Klein, and Deputy District Director Travis Nicholson will lead this three-hour workshop into the ins and outs of conducting your own internal EEO investigation. They will discuss legal standards of proof used in disparate treatment cases, interviewing technics, and practical tips to keep your investigation in focus. Great workshop for anyone who conducts EEO investigations.
Fall Learning Event -- Mental Illness and the Workplace: Navigating the Mental Health Epidemic. The Learning Event is a project of SHRM@A&M-SA.
Tuesday, October 20th, 6 to 8 pm
The event will be streamed (and recorded)
Link to Register: http://tamusa.adobeconnect.com/r6qicn1isr8/
For HRCI and SHRM recertification credits please email SHRM@tamusa.edu for instructions
Confirmed panelists include:
SAHRMA Presents: Coffee Talk "Unconscious Bias"
Guest Speaker: Otis “Scotty” Scott
Date: October 27, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Brigadier General Caroline M Miller
Brig. Gen. Caroline M. Miller is the Commander, 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, which unifies 11 geographically distinct locations including JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, JBSA-Lackland, JBSA-Randolph and JBSA-Camp Bullis. The 8,000-person 502 ABW executes 49 installation support functions to enable the largest joint base in the Department of Defense, consisting of 266 mission partners, 80,000 full-time personnel and a local community of more than 250,000 retirees. The 502 ABW also manages and provides oversight for major projects, facilities and infrastructure worth $37 billion.
Brig. Gen. Miller commissioned from Officer Training School at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, in 1994. She has held several command and staff positions at the base, major command, Air Staff and Joint levels. Her command tours include the 1st Mission Support Squadron, 1st Force Support Squadron, 379th Expeditionary Mission Support Group and 633rd Air Base Wing.
Prior to her current position, Brig. Gen. Miller was the Director of Manpower, Organization and Resources, Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel and Services, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia.
Meeting 12:00 to 1:00 PM
SAHRMA Member registration - $15
Non-Member registration $20
SAHRMA Student $0
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The SAHRMA South Texas Human Resources Symposium (STXHRS) is the leading educational event for Human Resource Professionals in the Central and South Texas areas. Symposium participants represent the full spectrum of HR disciplines and experience - they work for small organizations and Fortune 100 companies. They represent public, private, and governmental sectors, including for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Why you and your team should attend
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