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    FHRA Luncheon and 1/2 Day Seminar - Sponsored by Regis University College for Professional Studies

    Date: April 15, 2014, 12:00pm – 5:00pm
    Frontier Human Resources Assn.
    Wyoming Bank & Trust
    5827 Yellowstone Road
    Cheyenne, WY 82009

    ** Meeting Room Location: TBD

    $49.00 Members; $99.00 Non-Members (Lunch Included)
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                      Luncheon and 1/2 Day Learning Seminar                           Sponsored by Regis University College for Professional Studies

    Wyoming Department of Workforce Services:

    During her session on the Multigenerational Workplace, Dr. Ann Reyes will help us answer the following the questions: What is a Multigenerational workforce, and why does it matter? What do these questions mean for leaders in the workforce?

    Participants will gain an introductory understanding of the four generations working side-by-side in our workforce, how the generations interact and what we already know about how this impacts the workplace. Participants will also understand how each generation's (Traditionalists/Slient; Boomers (Early and Late); Gen X/Xers; Gen Y/Millennial) preferred style evolved out of their shared life experience; compare and contrast the values and the potential outcomes of generational interaction; consider and identify potential problems for an organization when people from different gernerations fail to communicate effectively; compare and identify differing feedback styles and their impact; and an introduction to strategies for effective cross-generational communication.

    Labor Brain:

    Come join us for an informative session on labor law compliance with former federal investigator Kalen Fraser. We'll learn why Wage & Hour investigations are initiated and what employers can expect if their business is targeted. We'll also take an in depth look at three of the most problematic areas of FLSA compliance: hours worked, tricky overtime calculations, and deductions from salaried exempt employees. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to get an insider's perspective on federal labor law enforement and to learn how it can affect your business.


    12:00 PM - 12:45 PM -  Lunch
    12:45 PM -   2:00 PM -  Presentation by The Department of Workforce Services
      2:45 PM -   3:00 PM - 15 Minute Break
      3:00 PM -   5:00 PM -  Presentation by The Labor Brain.


    Soup and Chicken Salad

    Potato Herb Soup:
    Creamy & Rich, but with no Dairy!
    Apple Chicken Salad:
    Crunchy Apples and Sweet Dried Cranberries in a Dijon-Greek Yogurt Sauce
    Served with rolls, crackers, and mixed greens for guests to create their own sandwiches and/or salads
    ****All Entrees Gluten-Free****
    Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar & Vanilla Ice Cream Cups (trust us, it's good!)



    These programs have been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.
    Please RSVP to our gmail account:
    Please indicate if you have paid via PayPal or will pay via check (payable to FHRA) or cash at the event

    RSVPs MUST be received by 12 PM (Noon) on Thursday, April 10th.

    Note: FHRA is required to pay for "No Shows" and late cancellations --- so please be responsible;
    Late cancellations are considered to be after 5:00 pm on Thursday, April 10th.


    • Members, please bring your business card to enter the free lunch drawing!
    • This month's raffle will be: TBD
    • If you have a nametag, please wear it to the meeting!


    Online payments available through PayPal.  To choose this option, please select either the Member or Non-Member rate from the drop down list and then click on the "Pay Now" button.