Real Work Success in your Job Search

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Roberto Serbinio



Human Resource Managers are widely perceived as the “gatekeepers” of employment. During this difficult economic time, Human Resource Managers find themselves with increasingly more job applications than available positions. Thus, differentiating yourself from such intense competition is imperative in order to enhance your chances of landing an interview and being hired.

How would you like to receive advice regarding searching for employment, resumes, interviews, and becoming a successful employee from prominent and knowledgeable Human Resource professionals?

On March 10, 2011 at 11:30 .am.-12:30 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge, the Society for Human Resource Management is hosting a LEAP Academy event that will include an impressive Human Resource Panel. The Human Resource professionals to attend this event include:

1) Dr. Richard Steinberg, PhD, Vice President of Human Resources at Columbus McKinnon Corporation

2) Kristi Hunt- Chief Human Resources Officer of United Way of Buffalo and Erie County

3) Sarah Gilson- AVP of Organizational Development at First Niagara Financial Group

4) Bridget Russo-Director of Human Resources at Catholic Health Systems

The “Human Resource Panel” is open to the Daemen Community. Members of the Daemen College Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management and the Business department strongly encourage you to come have some lunch with us and enjoy yourself at this informative and insightful event. Please RSVP to dkelly@daemen.edu by March 4, 2011.

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