February 2006 - Villanova University Chapter for the Society of

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    Villanova University Chapter for the Society of Human

    Resource Management

    st Chapter Newsletter February 21,


     Have a Great Spring Break!Have a Great Spring Break!

    ththSpring Break runs March 4-12, and classes resume Monday, March

    th. 13 Enjoy your break! Enjoy your break!


1. HR Trends and Competencies Project

    2. Diversity Research Project

    3. HRD Mentoring Program

    4. Article of the Month: Your Legal Obligation to Temporary Agency Workers 5. Philly SHRM Dates

    6. Temple SHRM Dates

    7. Greater Valley Forge SHRM Dates

    8. Chester County Human Resource Association Dates


    Speaker: Brian Marczyk, Recruitment Specialist, Shire Pharmaceuticals

    What: OFCCP Definition of an Internet Applicant nd Date/Time: Wednesday, Feb 22, 2006 - 6:00 - 7:15

     Where: Huebner Hall at the American College

    As both an HR Professional and a potential job seeker, keep yourself up to date with this changing law!

     Speaker: Toby Mannheimer, PJM Interconnection

     Date/Time: Wednesday, March 1, 2006 6:00 7:15pm

     Where: Huebner Hall at the American College

$3.00 charge for non-SHRM members; FREE for SHRM members!!


     nd, 6pm 8pm When: March 22

     Where: Doubletree Hotel, Center City Philadelphia

    What: A networking event, which includes a speaker, dinner, and a raffle.

    Proceeds go towards a scholarship fund for an HRD student.

    Speaker: Terry Laudel, VP of Human Resources, SAP


     This event gives HRD students the opportunity to hear a great speaker in the HR field and to network with local HR professionals. The benefits from this event will go

    towards the Cyril Solomons Scholarship Fund, which was created to honor the memory

    of Cyril Solomons, Ph.D, the husband of Dr. Helen Solomons. Both Cyril and Helen have been associated with Villanova University and the HRD Graduate Program for more than twenty years and have contributed to the program not only as teachers and mentors to our students, but also as friends and advocates. The aim of the scholarship is to help students who have demonstrated outstanding abilities but do not qualify for a full scholarship or graduate assistantship. This is a great opportunity not only to advance your career but also to contribute to a great cause and to further the HRD program’s continued growth.

    Each HR professional will receive a resume book filled with the resumes of HRD students. If you have not yet sent in your resume, please send them ASAP to Imad at Late resumes are not guaranteed to be in the book.

More details soon. Watch for a special edition SHRM newsletter to come out before the Networking Reception on the 22nd. Invitations to follow!


1. HR Trends and Competencies Project

The graduate HRD program is conducting research on HR Trends and Competencies,

    and they need your insights! The survey will ask you to provide your perspective on the competencies necessary to face future HR trends. The trends include increased cost in healthcare, decrease in pensions, increases in e-learning, use of technology to communicate information to employees, a global economy, outsourcing blue and white collar jobs, and much more. To request a copy of the survey, contact Serena Dehner at