April 2010- The Newsletter Of The Cleveland Society For Human Resource Management

 

In This Issue:

 

Creative Benefits Management in a Sluggish Economy / Valerie Grubb

 

Past Presidents Social / Randy Samsel 

 

Using Your Emotional Intelligence to Develop Others / Linda Gravett

 

Health Care Reform and Employer Responsibilities / Jason Rothman and Kurt Smidansky

 

Greetings!

Welcome to the April issue of HR Cleveland online.  Valerie Grubb writes on the topic of creative benefits in a sluggish economy while past Chapter President Randy Samsel comments on an social networking session with former Cleveland SHRM presidents. Health care reform remains a hot topic and this issue includes an article on health care reform and employer responsibilities by Jason Rothman and Kurt Smidansky.  Rounding out this issue is an interesting discussion on using Emotional Intelligence to develop others by Dr Linda Gravett.

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Thanks and enjoy the newsletter.  -ED.

 

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Creative Benefits Management in a Sluggish Economy / Valerie M. Grubb

 

We may have hit the bottom of the economic slump; however, HR leaders are still faced with overcoming one of their greatest challenges - the continual rise of health care costs.  Now more than ever, companies are faced with making hard choices on how to trim costs yet keep employees motivated.  FULL STORY

 

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Past Presidents Social / Randy Samsel

In September 2009, at the ERC Northcoast 99 event, David Hunt (Cleveland SHRM President 2003) mentioned to me that we should get a meeting together with some of the past presidents of the Cleveland SHRM chapter. FULL STORY

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Using Your Emotional Intelligence to Develop Others  / Linda Gravett, Ph.D., SPHR, CEQC

Think about your favorite trainer.  Did they leave you with information you can apply to your daily life?  Did they make you laugh, or make you think?  I'm betting that the reason this person left you with this positive impression is in part because of their Emotional Intelligence. FULL STORY

 

 

 

 

Health Care Reform and Employer Responsibilities / Jason Rothman and Kurt Smidansky

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as amended by The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 ("PPACA") has become law.  This article highlights some of the key provisions of the PPACA that directly impact employers. FULL STORY

 

Acknowledgements:

Articles written by: Linda Gravett,Valerie Grubb, Jason Rothman, Randy Samsel and Kurt Smidansky.

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