‘Hot Topics in HR’

HR Training, Seminars, and Events

Murray Resources’ ‘Hot Topics in HR’ networking and seminar series addresses current human resource issues facing company leaders and HR staff.

‘Hot Topics in HR’ is pre-approved by HRCI for 1.5 general recertification credit hours towards PHR, SPHR, GPHR.

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Next ‘Hot Topics in HR’ Event:

‘Hot Topics in HR’ Event for Employers:

  • Topic: Breakthrough Leadership: How leaders can achieve dramatic breakthroughs in themselves and their organizations
  • Speaker: Jason Hartanov, MBA, CPC, is an executive coach, mentor, and speaker
  • Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
  • Location: The Junior League of Houston
  • Who should attend: Company leaders, HR Directors / Managers / Staff, Hiring Managers, Corporate Recruiters
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    Past Topics:

    • The Science Behind Employee Engagement
    • Current Houston Hiring Trends
    • Social Media Liability in the Hiring Process
    • Fostering an Entrepreneurial Culture
    • Mastering Effective Internal Communication
    • Building a Powerful Employment Brand
    • Avoiding the High Cost of Turnover

    Past Events:

      Some of the companies who have attended:

      • Big Brothers Big Sisters
      • BP
      • Bullpen Marketing
      • Clearpoint Creative
      • Cushman & Wakefield
      • Disa
      • EnCap
      • Energy Alloys, LLC
      • Enterprise Products
      • FMC
      • Goode Company
      • HEB
      • Hines
      • IHS
      • Key Energy
      • Kinder Morgan
      • MD Anderson
      • Merrill Lynch
      • Mitsubishi International
      • Mustang Engineering
      • Neighborhood Centers
      • Noble
      • Pappas
      • Pantheon
      • Sam’s Club
      • Sysco
      • Tricon
      • The Wing Factory

      Sample of comments from past attendees:

      • “Great HR networking resource! I am glad I came.”
      • “Great insight that I can recommend to my clients. Well delivered from all 3 presenters.”
      • “Very current; always important to stay abreast.”