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  • 7 Apr 2020 8:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The roller coaster ride we have all been on for the last couple of weeks has been very interesting, to say the least. We have a barrage of new information assaulting us every day in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic and not only do we have to absorb and apply all of this new information, but also continue initiatives in other important areas.

    Businesses have long been drivers of social change. Across the globe, companies have begun acknowledging vital challenges and injustices such as climate change and pay gaps. Diversity and inclusion is one such defining issue, and, although huge progress has been made towards equality across boundaries of gender, race and sexual orientation, one aspect of D&I is too often neglected: disability.

    Follow the below link for some very valuable insight into Diversity and Inclusion and Disabilities:

  • 21 Mar 2020 11:40 AM | Anonymous member

    I just started at a family run business software technology company that at this moment has an employee count of 56 employees. They did not have an HR department until I started (2 weeeks ago) so as you can imagine everything is scattered and inconsistent. They are no job descriptions in place, an outdated policies and procedures manual, and inconsistent evaluations of performance. 

    What suggestions do you have for an HRIS system? Specifically one that can support employee operations from application submission to offboarding for the size of company I am working for? In my previous position I worked in the public sector and used NeoGov.

    I need a program that allows me to interact with employees, track progress, review performance, and collect data. They do have a payroll program they already use so I am not looking for that at this time, though it would be a bonus. 

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  • 20 Mar 2020 8:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you a Human Resources (HR) Professional who is passionate about Training & Development or a Trainer who is passionate about HR?  Cities & Villages Mutual Insurance Co. (CVMIC) is seeking a Member Representative (Employment Practices Liability Specialist) who is passionate about delivering and facilitating leadership training and partnering with our municipal members to consult on HR matters and best practices.

    See More About CVMIC

    View What CVMIC Employees Say About Working Here!

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities


    CVMIC takes a very proactive and creative approach to HR and risk management with the 52 Wisconsin Municipalities served.  Each Municipality (CVMIC member) is assigned an experienced and dedicated team of specialists in HR and Risk Management.


    In this role, you will have the opportunity to build an individualized plan tailored to each municipality's specific and unique needs, which will include HR compliance and initiatives designed to reduce their employment liability exposures.  Day-to-day this may include:

    • Leadership training programs on employment law or HR best practices (i.e. FMLA, ADA, FLSA, Anti-Harassment, Hiring / Interviewing, Coaching Employees, Performance Management)
    • Leadership skill-building training programs (i.e. Succession Planning, Strategic Planning, Emotional Intelligence, Ethics, Mentoring, Organizational Communication, Team Building)
    • Employee training programs on employment law regulatory compliance or special requests (i.e. Customer Service, Generations, Diversity)
    • Consulting on federal or state employment laws, HR-related matters or best practices
    • Providing assessment services (HR practices assessment, Hiring assessment)

    You will also have the opportunity to be creative by participating in projects and membership-wide initiatives that have the goal of reducing liability exposures or communicating HR best practices, which may include:

    • Developing content for use in e-learning programs, webinars, and YouTube videos
    • Researching programs and services that foster our mission.  Examples of current programs/services:  Neogov Insight Applicant Tracking System, Neogov Onboard System, Biddle Pre-Employment Tests
    • Facilitating regional member user group meetings to identify issues and trends and offer best practices sharing opportunities

    We take our commitment to customer service seriously [View our Membership Stewardship report here], and in this role, you will have the opportunity to build lasting relationships that have a great impact on the communities you serve.  Our professionals understand the unique pressures and challenges of local government because we work directly with municipal employees every day. [Discover what services we offer].

    Our Risk Management services come at no additional cost to our members and provide many unique benefits. We believe that improving our member organizations is a long-term investment in each municipality and our membership. This service-based relationship is what sets CVMIC apart: we are onsite in our municipalities investing in their practices, processes, and policies, to prevent loss and protect our pool of members.

    What CVMIC Offers Employees:
    • Outstanding benefits that include:  Company-paid retirement contribution into a SEP Plan (12.1% of salary), Company-paid health insurance monthly premiums, tuition reimbursement for continuing education, and a Company Car!
    • The ability to make a difference to local communities and their employees!
    • Great variety in what you do each day
    • Flexibility with your schedule, including the ability to telecommute
    • A supportive team environment [View Loss Control's Mission Statement & Core Principles]

    View the full Employment Practices Liability Specialist Job Description


    • Bachelor's degree in Adult Education, Organizational Development, Training & Development, Business Administration, Human Resources or equivalent
    • 5 years related experience, or equivalent combination of training and experience
    • Valid Driver's License
    • HR Professional Certification (preferred) - SHRM-SCP or SHRM-CP, IPMA-SCP or IPMA-CP
    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    Knowledge of:

    • The methods and techniques of human resource management.
    • The requirements, laws, and duties of municipalities in Wisconsin.
    • Federal and state of Wisconsin employment laws and practices.
    • Computer software including presentation software, database management, word processing, and other related areas.
    Ability to:
    • Develop and present effective training programs.
    • Plan and coordinate activities to meet work objectives.               
    • Effectively interact with others both within and outside the organization.
    • Communicate professionally, timely and effectively, both verbally and in writing.          
    • Work with limited supervision.                    
    • Operate a computer and understand/learn various computer software programs.     
    • Work effectively as part of a management team.   
    • Read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or government regulations.
    • Write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of employees, supervisors, managers, or elected officials.
    • Travel out of office (in-state) to provide services to assigned municipal members.

    Click the link to view the full posting:

  • 12 Mar 2020 9:34 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Position Summary:

    The RN Educator provides educational training and clinical recommendations through the utilization of expertise on client issues toward optimal independent functioning. This position is instrumental in the collaboration efforts of supporting our clients. The RN models excellence in nursing practice through the utilization of advanced concepts in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of perceived, actual or potential problems that occur in a variety of client situations. This RN position is not your typical nursing role, this position requires the RN to be out in the field teaching and educating staff on topics related to providing healthcare services for our clientele.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Serve and support all policy and procedures in terms of recognized medication administration techniques, general medication storage, as well as scheduled (controlled substances) in observance of medication distribution and tracking to maintain compliance with the governing regulations.
    • Be available to assess potential client admissions to ISI programs, as well as collaborate with acute care discharge planning with the interdisciplinary team as an advocate for the client to receive the right care at the right time in the right setting.
    • Provide evidence-based clinical services, including but not limited to catheter changes, injections and wound care as appropriate as well as additional complex care needs.
    • Must be available on a 24-hour basis via phone or in person as needed to respond to emergency situations.
    • Assist in comprehensive assessments for fall risks or clients who have fallen with written and/or verbal collaboration with the interdisciplinary health care team toward proactive preventative measures in a timely manner.
    • Work with a team of RN’s to ensure the quality of assigned training materials and methods are used in teaching unlicensed staff to perform their job duties under the established organizational, state and federal guidelines.
    • Work with Human Resources in coordinating new employee requirements such as TB testing and any other required tests.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    If interested, contact:

  • 1 Mar 2020 12:09 PM | Anonymous member

    Curative Connections is looking for a Bilingual HR Manager!

    This position will help provide a wide range of Human Resources support, leadership and advice at one of Northeast Wisconsin’s premier nonprofits. The Human Resources Generalist plays a key role in the organization’s success by supporting its recruitment efforts, payroll functions, offering guidance on HR best practices, supporting the organization’s staff training and development program, providing bilingual communications (Spanish) as needed, and reflecting strong personal and professional ethics.

    The ideal candidate will be bilingual in Spanish and English, have excellent written and spoken communication skills in both languages. 

     Current knowledge of federal and state employment laws and compliance requirements.

    SHRM certification and 3-5 years of experience directly related to this role are preferred.

    To apply for this position, please complete an online application at

  • 19 Feb 2020 2:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Fox Valley Technical College is looking for a Vice President - Human Resources. 

    This position provides leadership and management oversight to the Human Resources functions to support the College’s evolving needs, strategic directions, mission and goals. Human Resource functions include benefits and compensation, payroll, risk management and insurance, organizational development, staff development and training, talent management, performance management, recruitment, HRIS, and employee/labor relations.  This position reports to the President, serves as a member of the Executive Team, and works collaboratively with all areas of the College to develop and meet College goals.

    To view the full posting visit:

  • 10 Feb 2020 11:08 AM | Anonymous member

    Hello fellow HR Professionals!

    We are looking at changing our current performance evaluation process and I am gathering information regarding recommendations on different templates and/or systems, including an employee self-evaluation.   Right now, we are just using a standard performance evaluation form in Word format, so any feedback/recommendations would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you in advance!

  • 6 Feb 2020 1:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Human Resource Business Partner Needed at The Greater Green Bay YMCA!

    Imagine working for an organization full of passionate, cause-driven individuals, where your efforts have a community impact.

    The HR Business Partners support the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit, charitable organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Serve as an advisor to Green Bay YMCA leaders in assigned departments, providing HR consultation and developing resources aligned to business needs.

    This role is both hands-on and strategic and provides expertise in the areas of employee development, recruitment efforts, orientation and onboarding processes, staff relations, and technical HR support. Improve HR initiatives, enhance relations between staff and employers, contribute to attaining business goals, enhance staff morale, promote good HR practices, and attract talented recruits. The HR Business Partners work independently with their assigned departments, coming together to collaborate on best practices and ensure consistency across the Association.

    Our HR team is committed to the Y's cause and seeks every opportunity to build on our values-based culture. Under the direction of the VP/CFO, two HR Business Partners, an HR Specialist and Payroll & Benefits Coordinator serve nearly 1000 staff, primarily part-time and seasonal. Every day offers new challenges and the opportunity to make a difference.    

    Pay Range: 60,000/year with great benefits!

    Apply today:

    Application deadline: February 14th, 2020  

  • 21 Nov 2019 9:03 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    St. Norbert College currently has an Assistant Director of Human Resources position open.

    The position is responsible for employee relations, managing classification and compensation, performance management, staff development, succession planning and overseeing the data entry of Personnel Action Forms. Additionally, the Assistant Director will supervise the Human Resources Assistant and student worker(s) and work closely with the Director of Human Resources on daily operations and implementing strategic initiatives. 

    For more information, please go to:

  • 10 Oct 2019 10:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Green Bay Water Utility is seeking a Human Resources Coordinator to perform work of considerable difficulty related to safety and human resources functions. 

    This position serves as the Utility's primary liaison with the City Human Resources Department with respect to employee benefits, retirement, safety and other human resources related issues.  Performs a high level of administrative duties and related work as required. 

    Qualified candidates will possess an Associate Degree in Human Resource Management, Business, Public Administration, or a related field plus a minimum of three years of related experience. Human resources related software experience is desired. A combination of equivalent experience and/or education may be considered. 

    Hiring range is $27.49 - $29.77 per hour, plus an excellent benefits package including health, dental, life insurance, and retirement. 

    Apply online at Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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