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    October General Membership Meeting Jim Nys Legislative Update, Sponsored by: Eclipse Tax & Accounting, Inc.

    Date: October 8, 2015, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Joann Kizer
    Flathead Valley Community College - Fine Arts Building - Room 139

    Free to Members
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    Program Description:  HR is a constantly evolving professional discipline. Changes occur as a result of court decisions, regulatory updates and legislative changes. This presentation will summarize some of the more recent changes including the NRLB's new joint employment and organizing decisions, Bills enacted by the Montana Legislature and regulatory changes such as the proposed new white collar overtime exemptions.  The information will be delivered in a manner so that Montana employers know what changes might be necessary to their HR program. 

    Presenter Information:

    Jim has been a Human Resource Management Consultant for Personnel PLUS! Consulting Services, in Helena since 1987.  He has served on several national professional leadership positions with the Society for Human Resource Management including their Legislative Action Committee, the SHRM Research Committee, and the SHRM special expertise committee.  He served as the Montana State Council of SHRM Legislative Chair for 25 years and is currently the SHRM Advocacy Team Captain.

    Jim holds a Master’s degree from the University of Montana and is certified as a “Senior Professional in Human Resources” by the Human Resource Certification Institute, a Certified Senior Professional by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and a Certified Staffing Professional by the American Staffing Association. He also holds a Master’s in Public Administration degree. He has been recognized as the Helena Small Business of the Year (2010), the NFIB Small Business Champion (2012) and the Helena Chamber of Commerce’s Business Person of the Year (2014).

    Nys served as a HR Director for a large state agency for several years and currently advises a number of cities and counties on HR related matters. 

    October's SHRM Luncheon is sponsored by: