SHRM’s new CEO Johnny C. Taylor has an ambitious agenda for his first year leading the world’s largest HR organization. Much of that will focus on the organization’s backbone — small and medium-sized businesses.
As thousands of HR practitioners come to Chicago to educate themselves on the latest HR trends at SHRM’s annual conference, Shelli Nelson, president of the organization’s Chicago Chapter, provides her guidance.
In what could be a new era of cooperation, SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor said he and HR Certification Institute CEO Amy Schabacker Dufrane will meet sometime during the annual SHRM conference June 17-20.
Johnny C. Taylor, SHRM’s new CEO, sat down with Workforce Editorial Director Rick Bell to offer his thoughts and hopes for the HR profession as well as what he hopes attendees will take away from the conference.
The Chicago Area Runners Association and local running club Venados have some tips on where to run, what organized runs are scheduled and the best times to run during SHRM’s 2018 conference, during Chicago’s busy tourist-filled early summer.
SHRM attendees unfamiliar with Chicago may feel cautious about coming to the Windy City because of the constant crime reports on the news. Here are some safety tips for SHRM 2018 attendees provided by the Chicago Police Department.
Attention SHRM 2018 attendees: Who needs Uber or Lyft with a great public transportation system? Divvy bikes and the Chicago Transit Authority, also called the CTA, are relatively quick and affordable way to get around Chicago.