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    • June 24, 2019
    • January 02, 2021
    • Online

    2019 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey Results

    Our 2019 survey includes over 250 positions to help your organization make strategic business decisions on compensation practices. The survey design is guided by FMHRA leaders to ensure ongoing relevancy to organizations in our local marketplace!

    Costs to purchase are as follows:

    • Survey Participant: $99
    • Non-participant, FMHRA Member: $219
    • Non-participant, Non-FMHRA Member: $329

    There is no cost to participate in the survey, only to purchase the results. As a bonus, participants purchasing the survey report will receive a significant discount!

    Survey reports will be delivered electronically in early September 2019.

    To participate in the survey or for a complete list of surveyed jobs and sample report pages, visit AP Compensation Consulting.


    Please email or call Erin Wagner at 701-353-7672.

    Survey administered by AP Compensation Consulting LLC.

    • August 20, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • TBD
    Registration is closed

    FMHRA Recruiting Luncheon

    Are you interested in applying for an open position on the board or joining the programming committee but have some questions, please join us on Tuesday, August 20th at 11:30 am for lunch and allow us the opportunity to share with you what we love about volunteering with FMHRA!

    Who should attend:

    HR Professionals interested in volunteering their time and talents to positively impact our members through a board or committee member position.

    What you will learn:

    • The benefits you receive by volunteering on the board or programming committee
    • The time commitment and general responsibilities in each position
    • Plus, ask current board members any questions you might have

    Current Openings: 

    FMHRA Board of Directors has several positions opening for a 2-year term starting January 1st, 2020. These positions include:

    • Administrative Director, current incumbent may apply for 2nd term
    • College Relations Director
    • Legislative Director, current incumbent may apply for 2nd term
    • Membership Director, current incumbent may apply for 2nd term
    • Professional Development Director
    • Programming Director
    • Project Director, current incumbent may apply for 2nd term 
    • Technology Director, current incumbent may apply for 2nd term

    Registration is required by Tuesday, August 13th. We will send your official invitation via email by Friday, August 16th and include the location.  

    Click HERE to Register now!

    If you are unable to attend this luncheon but you want the opportunity to learn more, please contact and we will connect with you to schedule a 1:1 coffee connect or lunch at a time that works for you.

    NOTE: The location of the event will depend on the number of registrants. This event is also subject to cancellation or rescheduling based on registration.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    • September 10, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Avalon Events Center, Fargo ND

    The top ways to draw people to work with you

    Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Presented by Heather Ludwig


    To register:  The Top Ways to Draw People to Work with You

    Program Summary: 

    Working relationships are complex. Optimizing who you are as a HR professional and how you interact with others will help build the relationships you need to be successful at work.  Find out why people want to work with you and what pushes them away.  This program will explore personal brand (reputation) components, so you can uncover your strengths, learn how to overcome interpersonal derailers and set an action plan to better manage work interactions and provide the best HR service and support to your organization.

    Learning Objectives:  

    1.       Gain clarity about the 7 Brand Components for professional success

    2.       Define the strengths of your personal brand (reputation) for interacting with others

    3.       Identify potential de-railers and strategies to overcome those interpersonal de-railers at work

    4.       Create an intentional action plan to optimize your work relationship effectiveness

    About the Speaker:  

    As a Professional Career Coach, Heather Ludwig works with young professionals and leaders helping them effectively learn and grow in their careers.   She brings with her over twenty years of experience in the human resources field from both generalist and specialist roles.  She also holds the designations of SPHR and SHRM-SCP.

    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    Approved:  1.0 HRCI credit


    • Create your own sandwich buffet (with chicken wild rice soup and coleslaw): Ham, turkey and salami with a variety of fresh bread, assortment of cheeses, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, mayo and mustard

    Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.

    Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.

    Student non-members: Please email if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.

    • September 24, 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Rustad Center, 601 26th Ave E., West Fargo, ND 58078
    • 24

    What is my purpose? helping you to find your "why"

          September 24th, 2019

    8:30 AM to 9:30 AM 

    at Rustad Center
            601 26th Ave E

        West Fargo, ND 58078

    Registration will be capped at 70 attendees and will close when capacity is reached. 

    To Register:  What is my Purpose? Helping You to Find Your "Why"

    Program Summary 

    Struggling to find a purpose?  Let’s sit down and talk through some things to help you figure out, “what gets me out of bed in the morning?”  After doing an intrinsic deep dive into your own personal and professional purpose, you realize what gets you motivated. This can then help you take the steps to find out how to help and motivate others.  Find yourself, then help others get better.  Knowing your purpose will help drive your leadership potential for others. 

    Learning Objectives


    This will cover the following topics:

    1.       Find your own “What gets me up in the morning.”

    2.       Self-reflection of what makes you passionate

    3.       Internal evaluation of personal or professional purpose

    4.     Self-identify first so that you can then lead others more effectively


    About the Speaker:


    Kurtis Karn, Manager, Talent Acquisition for Discovery Benefits a Wex Company, is an experienced head of human resources with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software and insurance industries. He has done just about everything within the human resources realm, but thrives in finding and growing great talent and helping companies to develop and maintain the right corporate culture. Kurtis graduated from Jamestown College with a bachelor’s degree and a double major in Business Administration and Communications and a minor in IT. He received his MBA from the University of Mary in Human Resources Management and is certified with his SHRM-CP and PHR.  When he is not working he enjoys making music, running and thinking about his next tattoo.


    • Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    • Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit


    Light breakfast will be provided. 

    • October 01, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Avalon Events Center, Fargo ND

    Discover Your motivation:  why we work, how we work, and how to do it better

    Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Presented by David Horning


    To register:  Discover Your Motivation: Why We Work, How We Work and How to Do it Better

    Program Summary: 

    We know what we do for work and how we do it, but do we know why? In a presentation that is part TED Talk and part Saturday Night Live, you’ll learn to use new perspectives to see problems as opportunities, work as your mission, and conflict-management as a chance to build relationships. With this foundation in place work becomes more engaging, relationships flourish, and company culture strengthens. You will leave this program, not only laughing, but with new ideas to transform yourself and your workplace’s culture in a way that engages everyone.

    Learning Objectives: 

    1.       How to identify and recreate the feelings of engagement and happiness, or using mindset to enhance skillset

    2.       How to take a step back, see the bigger picture, and develop personal accountability when confronted with obstacles

    3.       How to create a meaningful workplace culture focused on a collective mission

    4.       How to improve relationships, boost morale, and enhance creativity through the use of perspective

    About the Speaker:  

    With a political science degree, a background in sketch comedy, and a passion for positive psychology, David Horning combined his diverse background to become a motivational speaker on a mission to inspire a worldwide perspective shift and create workplace happiness. David was featured in the 2014 New York Comedy Festival.

    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    Approved:  1.0 HRCI credit


    • Pasta Bar: Penne pasta, grilled chicken, alfredo sauce, marinara sauce, romaine lettuce, red onion, parmesan cheese, caesar dressing, croutons, and garlic breadstick

    Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.

    Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.

    Student non-members: Please email if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.

    • October 01, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Porter Creek
    • 9

    Wine & Wisdom

    To Register:  Book Club: Wine and Wisdom  

    Book:  "Nine Minutes on Monday" by James Robbins 

    Book Synopsis: 

    Transform Your Leadership in Minutes

    Nine Minutes on Monday is a book to help transform your leadership in just minutes a week. By helping you focus on the few things that drive motivation and engagement, Nine Minutes on Monday brings simplicity to leadership.

    Nine Minutes on Monday
     is a simple system to help you raise productivity, boost morale, and increase employee engagement. The number one reason why managers fail to increase productivity, and get the best out of their people is they neglect to keep their leadership priorities in front of them.

    In today’s environment it’s easy to become task focused, leaving work teams that are over-managed, under-led, and operating below their true potential. Nine Minutes on Monday combines proven engagement drivers and principles of human motivation into a simple system of execution. No matter how busy you are, Nine Minutes on Monday will ensure your staff are motivated, inspired, and equipped to bring their best to work each day.

    Books will be mailed to participants.

    Note: Upon registration, all participants will be assessed an invoice to their FMHRA account for $10. We ask that you do not pay this invoice immediately. Following your attendance at the Wine and Wisdom event, the invoice will be removed from your account. If you are unable to attend the Wine and Wisdom event, you will be required to pay the invoice.

    • November 12, 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Avalon Events Center

    Elevate from Management to Leadership to Drive Performance - All Day Session


    If you are registered for the all-day session on November 12th, you do not need to register for the lunch session.

    All Day Session:  8:30-4:30 presented by Bethany Berkeley

    Session includes Educational Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. presented by Jay Peltier.

    Click here to register for the all-day session:  Elevate from Management to Leadership to Drive Performance (All Day Session)   

    Program Summary: 

    Workforce challenges continue to be the number one issue impacting local businesses. In our current climate, organizations are faced with rapid change and consistently lack talent retention and bench strength. As a result, managers often become stuck in a cycle of ensuring the most urgent tasks and projects are completed and have little time, energy, and resources to truly lead.  

    Elevating from managing the day-to-day to true leadership requires a coaching mindset – the active and strategic development of a team. When coaching becomes second nature, a new culture within the organization emerges, allowing leaders to delegate and manage time more efficiently, drive performance and retention, navigate change and plan for the future.

    Step back from the weeds and join us for an interactive session to gain insight and tangible tools to develop a coaching culture that will combat today’s most pressing workforce challenges.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Evaluate the effect of current workforce challenges on your organization as a whole
    2. Understand the big-picture importance of the cycle of development and talent management
    3. Evolve as an influential leader through increased self-awareness
    4. Develop coaching skills to drive performance on your team
    5. Navigate difficult conversations with diplomacy and tact
    6. Take away practical time management and delegation best practices   

    About the Speaker: 

    Bethany Berkeley is the Vice President of Business Development with Dale Carnegie Training where she collaborates with businesses to drive productivity and revenue through strategic workforce and culture development. She is a University of Texas at Austin graduate, a frequent community speaker, and believer in the power of giving back. She serves on the Board of Directors for The Great North Pole and is the Board President for CCRI.

    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 6.5 SHRM credit
    Pending: 6.5 HRCI credit


    Yankee Pot Roast: Roast beef garnished with diced red pepper, potato and vegetables, dinner roll with butter


    Early Bird (now until September 14th)

    • Member: $99 for all-day session (including lunch)
    • Non-Member: $109 for all-day session (including lunch)

    Standard Price (September 15th through event)

    • Member:  $109
    • Non-Member:  $119

    Please submit payment one week prior to the meeting.

    Registration will close 10 days prior to the event.  

    • November 12, 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Avalon Events Center

    Leading Through Organizational Change (Lunch Session)

    If you are registered for the all-day session on November 12th, you do not need to register for the lunch session.

    Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Presented by Jay Peltier

    To register:   Leading Through Organizational Change (Lunch Session)

    Program Summary: 

    The need for leaders to successfully navigate organizational transitions is substantial and recent research confirms it; Deloitte notes that the rate of projected mergers and acquisitions is at an all-time high and the Bureau of Labor and Statistics showcases the increasing rate of baby boomers approaching retirement. 

    Maintaining high levels of morale and productivity when times are tough is vital for the overall growth and health of the organization; however, particularly during times of transition, attitudes and behaviors are contagious and it takes only one person to either negatively or positively influence the masses.

    Join us for the lunch session to hear from Jay Peltier, the new President and Owner of Dale Carnegie of ND & MN. Jay will share his experiences, lessons learned, and offer valuable insight to lead through change.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Understand the different types of stress experienced by employees throughout change
    2. Communicate to lead with clarity and positivity
    3. Demonstrate appreciation and value to keep teams engaged

    About the Speaker: 

    Jay Peltier is the President of Dale Carnegie of ND/NW MN. He is a native of North Dakota and proud graduate of North Dakota State University. Jay’s energy is focused on serving others through transformation and developing communities by creating cultures of high productivity partnered with high engagement.

    Re-certification Credits:

    Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
    Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit

    Menu:  Yankee Pot Roast: Roast beef garnished with diced red pepper, potato and vegetables, dinner roll with butter

    Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.

    Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.

    Student non-members: Please email if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.

Past events

August 13, 2019 A New Approach for Developing Your Future Workforce
August 06, 2019 Gamification for Training and Onboarding: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Employees
July 23, 2019 Book Club: Wine and Wisdom
July 16, 2019 Substance Use Disorder and its Impact on the Workplace
July 09, 2019 Key Employee Benefits 2019 Outlook & Market Trends
June 18, 2019 FMLA Basics and Paperwork - Top 10 Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
May 21, 2019 How to Get Positive Outcomes from Your Organization's 401(k) Plan
May 07, 2019 Tactical HR Marketing
April 18, 2019 Unemployment Insurance - the Basics that Employers Need to Know to Minimize Costs
March 27, 2019 Reality-Based Leadership - Cy Wakeman in Fargo!
March 21, 2019 You Want to Think Outside the Box. We Already Do. How the Arts Can Help Transform Your Business and Employees
March 05, 2019 Investigations from Beginning to End
February 12, 2019 Five Social Media Questions Employers Should Consider
February 05, 2019 Employee Misconduct in a Digital Age
January 16, 2019 Making Employee Mental Health Mainstream
January 08, 2019 Employment Law Update: 2018 Review and 2019 Predictions
December 11, 2018 Veteran Employment Services - Why You Should Hire Veterans
December 10, 2018 Book Club: Wine and Wisdom
December 04, 2018 Work-Life Fusion
November 13, 2018 World Cafe
November 06, 2018 Performance Management: To Review or Not to Review; That is the Question (Lunch Session)
October 16, 2018 Medical Marijuana - What Do I Do?
October 02, 2018 Goodbye Employee Engagement... Hello Process Management
September 11, 2018 How Emotional Intelligence Creates Organizational Culture
September 07, 2018 Visas as a Solution to a Recurring Problem (Staffing!)
August 15, 2018 Hiring from the Untapped Talent Pool
August 07, 2018 Intelligent Delegation: The Art and Science of Delegating Effectively
July 17, 2018 Get Ready for Generation Z
July 10, 2018 When Religion and Work Collide
June 27, 2018 FMHRA Tech Workshop - Afternoon Session
June 27, 2018 FMHRA Tech Workshop - Morning Session
June 07, 2018 Mental Health for HR Professionals
May 01, 2018 Mindfulness in the Workplace: Enable Employees to Improve Focus, Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity
April 10, 2018 Creating an Outcome and Performance Based Culture Built on Strengths (April 10th Lunch Session)
April 10, 2018 Strengths Based Leadership: An Asset Focused Approach to Attracting, Developing and Retaining Employees (April 10th All-Day Seminar)
March 13, 2018 How to keep your Rock Stars!
February 06, 2018 Employees + Social Media: An Equation to Share Your Culture and Amplify Your Recruitment Reach
January 09, 2018 A Year in Review: Lessons from 2017 to Take into 2018
December 05, 2017 How to be Effective at Performance Appraisals
November 07, 2017 Book Club: "What If?: Short Stories to Spark Diversity Dialogue"
November 07, 2017 Value-Added HR: a strategic approach (Lunch Session)
October 03, 2017 Business Analytics of Human Resources: Using Data to tell the story and drive the business impact
September 12, 2017 The State of American Workforce: Complex, Confident and Change-Ready
August 01, 2017 Dealing with Behavioral Health Issues and Impacts on Productivity
July 11, 2017 Seven Steps to a Successful Mentoring Initiative
June 21, 2017 2017 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey
May 02, 2017 WOW Onboarding: How to Excite, Engage, and Equip Employees
April 04, 2017 Communication Bleeps and Blunders in Business (April 4th Lunch Session)
April 04, 2017 Influencing Others: Getting Results when You Don’t have Direct Authority (April 4th All-Day Seminar)
March 07, 2017 Employee Misconduct Investigations
February 23, 2017 2017 Spring Certification Study Group
February 09, 2017 Book Club - "Disrupt" by Luke Williams
February 07, 2017 Avoiding, Preparing For And Defending Against Employee, Government, Union And Other Third Party Initiated Audits, Investigations And “Inquiries”
January 10, 2017 So Now What?: HR in Uncertain Times
December 06, 2016 Drive Business Success with Workplace Flexibility
November 01, 2016 Leading different personalities: Four practical strategies for working with or supervising people who aren't all the same.
October 12, 2016 DisruptHR Fargo
October 12, 2016 Hire the Best & Brightest Millennials — Learn How!
October 04, 2016 Dealing with Drugs in the Workplace
September 13, 2016 Joint Employer Doctrine: An Expansion of Responsibilities
September 01, 2016 Certification Preparation – 12 Week Course
August 02, 2016 Identity Theft in the Workplace and its Impact on HR
July 12, 2016 Leading a Diverse Group: Cultural Awareness
May 26, 2016 FLSA Overtime Regulations - Special Event
May 03, 2016 How Conflict can SIRV Your Understanding Of Upset
April 05, 2016 Why Questions Are More Important Than Answers (April 5th Lunch Session)
April 05, 2016 Transforming Workplace Relationships With REAL Communication presented by Jodee Bock (All Day Event)
March 01, 2016 Avoiding Legal Exposure In Connection With Off-The-Clock Claims
February 02, 2016 8 Principles To Be Elite - Leading With Emotional Intelligence
January 12, 2016 Relationships: the Mindset and the Mechanics
January 05, 2016 Employment Law Update
December 16, 2015 Training Within Industry – Knowledge and Skills for Leaders
December 01, 2015 Stop the Insanity! 4 Strategies to Manage Your Year-End Stress
November 12, 2015 Telecommute Pros and Pitfalls
November 03, 2015 Transition/Change Management in Organizations: Leading and Navigating Change in Organizations
October 29, 2015 Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing: Understanding the damage, developing the process, and dealing with the results.
October 13, 2015 Certification Preparation – 12 Week Course
October 06, 2015 Affordable Care Act: Employer Mandate and Minimum Essential Reporting
September 23, 2015 Regional Workforce Study
September 11, 2015 2015 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey
September 01, 2015 Using Social Media to Recruit Employees
August 05, 2015 Vision Board Workshop
August 04, 2015 Backup Your Business
July 14, 2015 Handbook Headaches - Recent Changes Employers Need to Know!
July 07, 2015 Supporting the Safety Conversation
July 06, 2015 2015 FMHRA Wage and Salary Survey
May 28, 2015 Invoking Disruption: Saying What Needs to be Said Without Burning Up or Burning Out
May 05, 2015 Domestic Violence and the Workplace: Addressing the Issue through Policy Skills
April 30, 2015 Food for Thought: Designing Your Internship Program
April 07, 2015 Gapology - Lunch Session
April 07, 2015 Gapology presented by Brian Brockhoff and Mark Thienes (All Day Event)
March 26, 2015 Food for Thought: Red Cross Ready Rating
March 03, 2015 Why Today's HR Rock Stars Need Immigration Management Skills
February 18, 2015 Food for Thought: The Basics of Workforce Safety & Insurance
February 03, 2015 Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders
January 06, 2015 Employment Law Update
December 02, 2014 Member Holiday Social
November 11, 2014 The Basics of Outcomes-Based Wellness
October 07, 2014 Military Leadership Lessons for Corporate America
September 09, 2014 Lessons Learned in Building Trust and a Values-based Company Culture
August 28, 2014 Food for Thought: Employee Appreciation
August 05, 2014 Staying in Bounds: Internal Investigations
July 08, 2014 Workplace Safety: Drugs and Violence in the Workplace
June 03, 2014 Cost of Addiction in the Workplace
May 29, 2014 Food for Thought: Employee Goal Setting and Accountability
May 06, 2014 Overcoming Difficult 1-9 Issues
April 24, 2014 Food for Thought: Promoting Wellness in the Workplace
April 08, 2014 Step Up HR - Drive the Business through Strategic Planning
March 04, 2014 Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion II
February 04, 2014 Workplace Violence & Preparedness + Optional Safety Workshop
January 07, 2014 Employment Law Update
December 03, 2013 Member Holiday Social & Silent Auction
November 12, 2013 Compensation Strategy: It's Not Just the Amount, It's the Mix
October 01, 2013 Coach's Day - Luncheon & Optional Afternoon Workshop
September 10, 2013 Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion
August 06, 2013 Avoiding the Boomer Drain: HR Strategies and Best Practices
July 09, 2013 United Way's New Community Impact Strategy
June 04, 2013 Work Happy!
May 07, 2013 Using Social Media in HR & Recruiting + Bonus Session
April 02, 2013 Strategic HR and HR-ROI Luncheon and Afternoon Workshop
March 05, 2013 Employment Barriers & Solutions for People With Disabilities
February 05, 2013 Employing Returning Veterans
January 08, 2013 HIPAA & HR
December 04, 2012 FMHRA December Social
November 13, 2012 Health Care Reform-Employer's Strategies for the Future
October 02, 2012 SHRM Advocacy Team: Shaping HR Public Policy
September 04, 2012 Public Speaking:It's Got To Come From the Heart If You Want It To Work
August 07, 2012 Vampires @ Work: Simple Solutions for Conflict Management
July 10, 2012 Mental Health in the Workplace
June 05, 2012 eFolio Pilot Project
May 01, 2012 "Bridging the Gap!" Successful Partnerships for Interships
April 03, 2012 Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Resolution
February 07, 2012 Talent Management
January 03, 2012 Workforce Safety Insurance- Lower your premiums
December 06, 2011 FMHRA December Social
October 04, 2011 Bullies in the Workplace-What Can You Do?
September 13, 2011 Work Smarter, Not Harder...HR Style
August 02, 2011 Emotional Intelligence: Live Up to Your Own Greatness
July 12, 2011 Telecommuting: Making It Work for Your Business
June 07, 2011 Servant Leadership
May 03, 2011 Laughter Has No Accent: Humor and Diversity
April 05, 2011 Results-Driven Leadership: A New Approach for the Modern Workplace
March 01, 2011 Crucial Conversations: Get Unstuck with Best Practice Skills for High Stakes Interactions
February 01, 2011 Employment Law Update for 2011
January 04, 2011 Reduce Unnecessary Healthcare Costs With Improved Fitness and Wellness in 2011
November 02, 2010 Workforce Safety and Insurance
October 05, 2010 HR and Finance - Are They Related?
September 07, 2010 Application of Six Sigma in HR
August 03, 2010 The New Health Care Reform Law - How It Will Affect You and Your Employees
July 13, 2010 Secrets to Making Diversity Work
June 01, 2010 The Future of HR: What's Next For The Profession
May 04, 2010 The Greater FM Brand
April 06, 2010 The Generational Divide
April 06, 2010 HR 2.0: Trends, Technology & Transformation of the Talent Economy
March 02, 2010 Googling My Facebook Makes Me Twitter: The Employment Law Implications of Social Networking
February 09, 2010 Mental Health in the Workplace
January 05, 2010 Building a WOW! Recognition Culture
December 01, 2009 FMHRA December Social
November 03, 2009 Complying with Cobra Today
November 03, 2009 Compliance Workshop (1/2 day session)
October 06, 2009 Panel Discussion of HR Best Practices
September 30, 2009 2009 ND SHRM State Conference
September 01, 2009 Talent Management Strategies
August 04, 2009 Strategic Succession Management
August 04, 2009 FMHRA State HR Conference Drawing for 2009
July 07, 2009 Meeting Management: A Strategic Paradox
July 07, 2009 1/2 Day Session: Five Dysfunctions of a Team
June 11, 2009 Wage and Salary Pre-Survey for FMHRA Members
June 02, 2009 Best Practices in Talent Management Strategy
May 05, 2009 Transformation of HR from Traditional to Strategic
March 03, 2009 FMLA/ADA Updates - FMHRA March Luncheon
February 03, 2009 FMHRA February Luncheon
January 06, 2009 January 2009 Meeting
December 02, 2008 FMHRA Holiday Social
November 04, 2008 November Lucheon


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