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    The Diversity Dilemma Part 2

    Date: March 21, 2018, 7:30am – 10:00am
    Rogue Valley SHRM
    Smullin Health Education Center
    2825 E. Barnett Road
    Lecture 2
    $20 members; $25 non-members; Free for First Time Guests
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    While the term “Diversity” is used frequently in the business and academic world, the concept of diversity is fast-changing, and more than employee demographics Want to learn more about the concept of diversity and how to implement it in your organization? If so, join us during our next Programs meeting.

    John Underwood, SHRM CSP, SHPR, MBA, will present on “The Diversity Dilemma – Part 2”, where he will take a deeper dive in the topic of diversity and discus the organizational/societal impacts of this initiative. We will look at institutional discrimination closely and will discuss practical tools for your business or organization to consider when implementing a diversity program.  

    What people saying about this session:

    • “This has profoundly changed my view on life and where I stand on things and what I know or thought to be true.” 
    • Another wrote, “This was one of the most valuable SHRM presentations I have attended…” 

    Join us for this high impact look at Diversity. 

    About the Presenter:             John is the Southern Oregon Region Human Resources Manager for Timber Products Company and has spent most of his HR career in the manufacturing world.  His experience has been evenly split between union and non-union workforces. His current responsibility includes five manufacturing plants, a trucking business and administrative offices in the Grants Pass, Medford and Yreka areas employing 800 employees.  John has extensive success in metric driven performance management systems.  He took his MBA through City University of Seattle and is SHRM – SCP and SPHR certified.  He serves on the Board of Directors for the Rogue Valley SHRM.

    HRCI Credit:                       2.0 SHRM credits | 2.0 HRCI General Credits