The 2017 KY SHRM Conference is just a few weeks away!
Make sure to catch Amy Letke’s workshops on Wednesday, August 30 at 11:00 AM or 1:45 PM to get the scoop on “Making Human Resources a Productivity Center.” We’ll be giving away our metrics and employee turnover calculator to all participants!
Watch the video below for more information!
Measuring success in the field of human resources can be a challenge — many elements are “tricky” and confidentiality can be a concern. Still, HR can be an efficient productivity center for any organization, providing it can produce metrics that support the business and its plan for future success. This session is designed to share the key strategic metrics associated with human resources, and how they can be effectively implemented to unleash positive feedback about HR’s contribution to the bottom line. In this session, we’ll share these metrics and you can start measuring your success immediately!
This is part of the Business Management track (A4) See the complete schedule here.
Wednesday, August 30
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. AND 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
About Amy Letke
Amy Newbanks Letke, SPHR, GPHR, is the Founder & CEO of Integrity HR, Inc. Amy provides workplace solutions to improve performance, reduce liability and increase profits. She is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs and business owners achieve success. Prior to starting Integrity HR in 2007, Amy served in the field of human resources for 20 years. She began her career in HR positions with Fortune 500 companies including Delta Faucet and HON Industries. She has also served as a lead HR consultant in one of the nation’s largest Accounting and Consulting firms in Chicago, providing clients around the globe “HR Help” in the areas of human resources excellence and organizational development as well as training her team to provide programs for improved productivity and higher performance. Amy earned a Bachelors degree from DePauw University and a MBA degree from St. Ambrose University.
Learn more about the KY SHRM Conference here.