LinkedIn Training for Job Seekers and Recruiters!
77% of ALL JOBS Are on LinkedIn!
94% of Recruiters are There Too!
Mastering LinkedIn is not just a plus any more, it is the new norm and the sooner you get out in front of it… the better!
Training Sessions will be on November 14th at Hotel VQ
The Society for Hispanic Human Resource Professionals (SHHRP) was founded by proven Hispanic Professionals to serve as a guide, a blueprint, a conduit for information and an opportunity for those who believe in diversity, inclusion and social justice, to connect and share. The ultimate goal is to foster strong leadership and professional development in Colorado’s diverse workforce and to use our own vibrant, proficient professionals to build a local business and non-profit community that gets the best out of its talent, by helping each one be the best he or she can be. SHRRP is very proud of the company (and companies) we keep and the values we share.
‘You are now competing with everyone on a global scale. There is no job security at all, and now it is all about being found instead of submitting your resume. Networking is the way to be found, and how the smart people get jobs and opportunities now. That is the big difference from even five year ago.’ Schawbel, D., Me 2.0: Build a powerful brand to achieve career success, Kaplan Trade, 2010
“Welcome to our new website! Here you will find new links and interesting articles. We’ve expanded our resources to help you find the perfect job or most qualified candidates. Come back often, we’ll have new information each time.”
December 18, 2013 ~ VQ Hotel
5:30 to 7:00
Come celebrate 2013 with us as we look forward to a great 2014!
Reminder! Starting in January, 2014…
SHHRP Monthly Meetings will
Move to the 3rd Thursday Each Month!
January Meeting, Thursday January 16, 2014
No Meeting in November due to Job and Career Fair
Four years ago on January 29th, President Barack Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into law. This was the first bill signed into law during Obama’s presidency, signed shortly after he took office in 2009. The Act amends the Civil Rights Act of 1964, allowing the previously held 180 days statute of limitations for filing equal pay lawsuits to reset with each new paycheck. Read more…
The U.S. population may be growing more diverse, but college campuses are not keeping pace, according to research presented at Friday’s annual meeting of the American Economic Association in San Diego. Studying more than 40 years of data on black and white students at every four-year college in the U.S., Georgetown University professor Peter Hinrichs found that while desegregation led to significant changes on campus in the late 1960s and early 1970s, diversity has slowed in the four decades since. Read more…
New Job Report as of January 4th, 2013:
The U.S. economy added 155,000 jobs in December, and the unemployment rate is now 7.8 percent, the Labor Department announced Friday. Read