Sunday, April 1, 2012

Silicon Valley Women in HR...& Friends Mailing and Event Announcement

Dear Friends,

Before I go on, we have a discount to the HR Symposium and it's posted on our Discounts page. Be sure to check out the other discounts listed.

I like to present food for thought before we get to our group announcements.
Many thanks to last month's speaker, Mary Wang.  Mary presented "Workplace Investigations: The Essential Law and Best Practices for Handling Employee Relations Issues and Conflict Resolution" and provided us with a PowerPoint and a PDF download, available on our Previous Speakers page.  Our volunteers did a fabulous job of organizing the event. Thanks to our volunteers Trudy Schapansky and Krissy Vollersen for their hard work.

This month I will address a very different matter.

I have another blog about parenting difficult teens and dysfunctional family relationships, but I just did a separate post about how you can help save a 23 year old's life.  Jack Chin went to my son's high school and was in college when he was diagnosed last year with leukemia.  He needs a bone marrow transplant to survive and his family members, including his twin brother, are not a match.  His best chance for a match is in the Chinese community.  Please read more and view his sites listed on my blog.  Will you help?

We now have a page on our site and for advertising. I have links to Amazon products at present and may add other affiliates. You'll notice our site also has Google ads, and you're welcome to click on relevant links. I am going to customize this when I have time to reflect different categories: HR and Business, Entertainment and Shopping. The focus will be HR and Business, but we are human beings and need relaxation, too!

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Because of this volunteer work, family, friends and paid work, unfortunately, I can’t mentor you, and please don’t send me unsolicited resumes. I wish I had the time to individually mentor you, but I don’t. Come to an event and meet someone who can help. I receive a lot of unsolicited resumes (from our group and strangers) and if I’m recruiting for a position or I’m paid to work on the resume, that’s one thing, but other than that, I’ve got other things on my plate. I refer people to the forum at See the blog post for more thoughts.

1. HR Women and Friends Community Event: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 6:30-9:00 p.m. Performance Management as a Process:  A Focus on Goal Setting with Susan K. Miller, CCP, SPHR. Click here for event details and the response form.

2. Discounts
3. Using our Bulletin Board (Forum)
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7. Potential Speakers/Topics
8. Notifying us of upcoming events and discounts.

1. HR Women and Friends Community Event: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 6:30-9:00 p.m. Performance Management as a Process: A Focus on Goal Setting with Susan K. Miller, CCP, SPHR. Click here for event details and the response form..

2. Discounts and Offers – view them online. Discounts for health related products or services are solely used at your own discretion. The group and I have no responsibility for these services or products. Thanks for extending the discounts to our group!

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7. Potential Speakers/Topics.  Please see for details and a form to submit your information.

8. Notifying us of upcoming events and discounts.  If you email me right after I’ve sent a mailing, I can update the website, but I can’t send a separate mailing to the group. It will be in the next mailing. Please keep this in mind and plan ahead.

I hope to see you soon.

All the best,


Marcia Stein, PHR -

Author: "Strained Relations: Help for Struggling Parents of Troubled Teens" and "Recruiters on Recruiting"

Silicon Valley Women in Human Resources...and Friends

Stein Consulting

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