October Chapter Meeting: Compensation Practices to Attract, Manage, and Reward the Right Talent


You don’t want to miss LSHRM’s one and only compensation program for 2018!! Join your LSHRM colleagues for a breakfast meeting on October 2, 2018, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. at the Delphi Center! Our topic will be Coffee, Cake, and Compensation: Compensation Practices to Attract, Manage, and Reward the Right Talent.

In this session, the leader of Mercer’s Louisville Career practice, LaCinda Glover, will discuss compensation in today’s changing world. The compensation promise is changing, and how you deliver and manage programs for your employees is following suit. Drawing from client experiences and data from various talent trends and compensation reports, she will focus on compensation best practices to attract, manage, and reward the right talent.


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2019 LSHRM Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce the 2019 LSHRM Board of Directors. The LSHRM Board and committees serve the community as a business partner that creates bold and innovative workforce solutions.  We are looking forward to a successful 2019.  Welcome, everyone!

Susan Huffmon, PHR, SHRM-CP

President

Rawleigh Richardson,
SR, MAHRM, PHR, SHRM-CP

President-Elect

Patricia Williams, SHRM-CP

Immediate Past-President

Kelly Groves

VP, Chapter Administration

Janessa Moran, SHRM-CP

VP, Finance

Josh Williams

Director of Workforce Readiness

Shelly Trent

Director of Programs


Amy Olds, SHRM-CP

Director, Member Development and Certification

Kayla Holzknecht

Director Hospitality

Sam Mannino

Director, Community & College Relations

Kimberly Ratliffe

Director, Membership

Pamela Williams

Director, SHRM Foundation and Special Events

Debbie Fisher

Director, Compensation

Aretha Williams

Director, Volunteer Engagement

Tiffany Cardwell,

Director, Wellness Initiatives


Legislative Update -

Wage and Hour Litigation

Wage and hour litigation is one of the most active categories in class action lawsuits.

As measured by the top ten largest case resolutions, settlement resolution amounts are down from 2016 but still the highest compared to prior years. The past 2 years combined to a value of $1.2 billion in settlements, representing a significant growth compared to the prior 4 years and making it the No. 1 area of exposure for corporations heading into 2018.*

Furthermore, in January the U.S. Department of Labor published increases in the civil money penalties it can impose for certain violations of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The new levels are approximately 2% higher than those established last year.

A few weeks ago the KY Labor Cabinet announced $341,230 was recouped in wage violations and returned to Kentucky workers. The primary areas were unpaid overtime, withheld final paychecks and illegal deductions.**

So, employers should be diligent to conduct a regular check-up of their FLSA compliance given the litigation activity in this area is high and the cost of non-compliance is continuing to rise.

*2018 Seyforth Shaw 14th Annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report

** ky.gov July article by Jarrad Hensley


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November Chapter Meeting: Detour (Change Management) with Hall of Fame, International Speaker STEVE GILLILAND


LSHRM is excited to welcome Steve Gilliland, a Hall-of-Fame speaker for our November 13 event. If you have never heard Steve speak before, you are in for a treat! Here is a link to a good, funny, but short video of Steve speaking, so you’ll know what to expect when you attend! Get ready to be informed and entertained! See you in November!


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LUPUS WALK


October 28, 2018 Waterfront Park Purple Lot Area

Registration at 1pm, Walk starts at 3pm – More information to come. If interested in participating, please email the LSHRM Wellness Team (Tiffany Cardwell, Director Wellness Initiatives, Wendi Tatum, Dr. Brad Shuck, and Ashley Wilczek, Wellness Chairs) at wellness@lshrm.org.



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