I hope you're well and that you can attend our next event. Please note that the EVENT TIME HAS CHANGED and we're moving our speaker up 30 minutes. We're hoping this will work well with your scheule.
If you strictly want information about the next event, please look at the links to the right and go to Event Registration.
Margaret O’Hanlon was last month's speaker and her weblink is on our Previous Speakers' Page. I heard from several people that her presentation was detailed and strategic and there was lively discussion. Many thanks to our volunteers Jenny Vonderwerth, Karen Duffy, Tatyana Dorokhova and Trudy Schapansky for planning and leading this great event.
Our volunteers recently met to discuss how our year in this group has been going. We've been very pleased by our speakers! We also wondered why it is that we have great speakers, a free meeting and relatively low turnout. We are experimenting with a slightly earlier time for the speaker and hope this helps you. We'll also have a survey in the near future to learn more about what you'd like to see, what is most useful, what we can improve upon. Many more people in our group are working in full time roles and it's a bit of a challenge to go to meetings at the end of the day, but it's so worthwhile.
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1. HR Women and Friends Community Event: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 6:00-8:30 p.m.
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1. HR Women and Friends Community Event: Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Eric Petersen is a Pension Consultant and will present "How to Avoid Common 401(k) Mistakes." Please click on the registration tab for details and note our NEW TIME. Click here for event details and the response form.
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I hope to see you soon.
All the best,
Marcia Stein, PHR - www.linkedin.com/in/marciastein
Author: "Strained Relations: Help for Struggling Parents of Troubled Teens" and "Recruiters on Recruiting"
Silicon Valley Women in Human Resources...and Friends
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