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#AskAmanda: How to Make the Best of Your State Conference Experience

Posted By Amanda Brunson, Wednesday, September 5, 2018

 

I recently attended the 2018 HR Florida State Conference. Since this was my fourth year in attendance, I felt like I had a pretty good idea of what to expect. However, a couple of my peers were attending for the first time. After offering suggestions to the first-timers, I thought to myself: I bet there are a ton of people out there that wish they knew how to make the best out of their own state conference experience, so I want to offer the following generalized tips in hopes that your conference experience is one you won’t forget.

 

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Written by Amanda Brunson. Originally posted on the SHRM Blog. 

 

 

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Tags:  Conference  Networking  SHRM  SHRM Conferences  SHRMYP  State Conferences 

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Breaking Into HR

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, July 25, 2018

 

 

It is common knowledge that some young HR professionals struggle at the beginning of their careers. We find that companies are looking for someone with experience and/or a certification to fill their positions. It can be very difficult to overcome this obstacle. Through my experience, successes, and research; I discovered four key steps to help young professionals break into HR.

 

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Written by Amanda Brunson. Originally posted on the SHRM Blog. 

 


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Resume Myths, Truths, & Tips for Young HR Pros

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 31, 2018

 

Like everything else in our ever-evolving world, the process of selling yourself through your resume is always changing. As young HR pros, we get so much advice on the “right way” to write our resume that it can sometimes be overwhelming. The whole goal of writing your resume is to find that perfect first job that we spent so much time in college studying for. The last thing you want to do is get missed in the shuffle.

Here are three situations to be cautious of as you begin your career. Click here to continue.

 

 

Written by Amanda Brunson. Originally posted on the SHRM Blog. 

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