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Happy New Year 2019

Dear MHHRA Community,

I want to personally thank you for being a member of the MHHRA community. We appreciate that you’ve chosen us to provide you with the tools to enable your professional HR experience.

All of us at MHHRA are committed to promoting the HR profession and making MHHRA valuable for our members. As a devoted members of MHHRA, I have been honored with serving on the board. The power of MHHRA has always been in its community and the ability for all of us to share our knowledge, and partner together to create the best MHHRA experience for as many people as possible.

My goal for the future of MHHRA is to build on our past programming and events, bringing us together for great learning and growth, and for our members to make meaningful connections.

Throughout 2018, we added more positions and are still looking for individuals who want to be involved and be a part of the MHHRA Board team.

In 2019 we will continue to bring together the strengths of MHHRA with focus on delivering even better experiences to you. We want your feedback. We have added a new tab to the website for legislative updates at the Federal and state levels so you can be informed.

Thank you again for being a part of our MHHRA community. We look forward to continuing to partner with you in the months and years ahead. Please share your feedback and suggestions.

Wishing you, your families and your businesses all the best in 2019 !

 


Wow, I cannot believe almost my first year as President of MHHRA have flown by! It looks like fall has pasted us by, and we are already changing into a new season! As we are windup up November with the clocks falling back, we are we are gaining on the winter months programming. I am sad to see the fall color palettes that grace our beautiful landscape across New England have come to an end. One more pumpkin spice lattes and juicy turkey drumsticks coming your way. 

Your MHHRA board of directors recently met to begin planning and brainstorming for our 2019 chapter meetings and programs.  We are looking forward to our program lineup for early 2019.

In November, I represented MHHRA at SHRM’s Annual Volunteer Leader Summit in National Harbor, MD.  I was able to meeting with other chapter leaders from over 500 SHRM chapters around the globe.  VLS is wonderful opportunity for sharing, and I hope to implement many takeaways, to the benefit of our chapter.

We’ll wrap up our last event of the year on December 13th with a breakfast meeting.

I wanted to thank all the members of MHHRA for the opportunity to serve as your President.  I want to thank all of the board members and all those who volunteer for your hard work and dedication to our Chapter.  Of course, we are Thankful for the support of all the MHHRA members!!!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


Welcome to the Mid-Hudson Human Resources Association!

Mid-Hudson Human Resource Association (MHHRA) is a professional Human Resource association based in Dutchess and Ulster counties of New York State and is affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).   MHHRA’s goal is to provide the opportunity for Human Resource professionals to meet and discuss issues of mutual interest; to gain ideas, share information and skills; and to provide a forum to enhance educational opportunities in the Human Resource field.

Please join us on Facebook and LinkedIn. In 2014 we launched a LinkedIn Group and a Facebook page to help us reach our members! 

We welcome your use of this site as a resource, and encourage you to check back frequently for updated information. We also encourage your involvement and suggestions about all of our activities, on the web and off.   We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming meeting or event!

If you've changed jobs and have a new email address please send it to us to have your records updated!

membership@midhudsonhr.org

Please let us know how we can help you!

Marybeth Giesler
President 2018


 

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The Mid-Hudson HR Association Receives Prestigious SHRM Award for Advancing the HR Profession!

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recently awarded the Mid Hudson HR Association its prestigious Gold EXCEL Award for our accomplishments in 2016.

 

The award aligns individual chapters and state councils’ activities with SHRM’s aspirations for the HR profession. The award recognizes accomplishments and strategic activities and initiatives that enhance the human resources profession.

 

As President, I would like to thank our Board who volunteers their time to enhance the HR profession locally through education, workforce readiness and diversity initiatives.

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Mid-Hudson Human Resources Association

    MHHRA is an organization, affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), based in Dutchess and Ulster counties of New York State for Human Resource professionals. We are dedicated to the advancement of the Human Resource Profession and the development of Human Resource Professionals in our Community.

    Purpose: To provide the opportunity for Human Resource professionals to meet and discuss issues of mutual interest; to gain ideas, share information and skills; and to provide a forum to enhance educational opportunities in the Human Resource field.

    MHHRA is pleased to announce that the chapter has received the SHRM 2010 and 2013 Membership Super Star Awards from SHRM and the Excel Award SIlver Chapter in 2013 in recognition of MHHRA's achievements and activities throughout the years.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     


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