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Northeast Human Resources Association, based in Waltham, said the conference theme will be "Wellness: A Multidimensional Approach to Employee Wellbeing.
The research project, conducted in cooperation with Babson College and the Northeast Human Resources Association, an affiliate of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), focused on the components of an internship program: why students pursue (or do not pursue) internships; structure; supervisor selection; recruiting and marketing; orientation practices; compensation and benefits; evaluation; and more.
An association that caters to human resources professionals, the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) Wellesley, Massachusetts, began hearing a recurring theme: After designing and implementing downsizing programs for their own organizations, many human resource professionals were asked to "turn off the lights" and terminate themselves as the final step in an emotionally packed process.
Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) will host their annual conference, "HR: Driving Business Success" October 17 - 19, 2007, at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, RI.
Erdlen Five Star Award from the Northeast Human Resources Association at its annual awards breakfast June 4 at the Forefront Conference Center in Waltham.
He is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management and the Northeast Human Resources Association.
BOSTON -- Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA), New England's premier human resources association, and BostonWorks, Boston's leading recruitment services provider, answer timely questions on immigration law in the latest feature of Ask the HR Expert, a monthly question and answer area on Hiring Hub, BostonWorks.
The principal thing somebody can do to keep their job in any situation, but particularly in a tough economy, is to be more valuable," said Bob Eubank of Harvard, executive director of the 3,000-member Northeast Human Resources Association.