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Members and Guests please join the Greater Lorain County SHRM for our August Chapter meeting: 

Topic: Legislation Affecting Ohio Employers
Want to know what’s on the horizon?  Want to know what you’re up against?  More importantly, want to know what impacts you as an HR Professional for your company? This session will tell you what to expect on the State and Federal levels.  We’ll see what’s happening on the employment law landscape. We’ll talk major legislation and obscure laws. We’ll talk pot and CBD oil legislation.  Don’t miss this complete briefing regarding any legislation that should be on your radar moving forward.

When: Thursday, August 15, 2019
Speaker: Craig Kwasniewski
Where: Spitzer Center, Room SP114 (1st floor), Lorain County Community College in Elyria 
Time: 11:30-1:00 pm (11:30 am networking, 11:45 am lunch begins / Speaker begins at 12pm) 
RSVPhttps://glcc.mightevent.com/events/event-Results.cfm  no later than Monday, 8/12 @ 4 pm
Cost: $20 members/$25 guests (Note: a $5 fee will be charged for late registrations)

This program has been approved for 1.0 HRCI credit and is pending approval for 1.0 SHRM credit

Thank you to this month's meeting spnosor: Oswald Companies 

Speaker Bio: Craig Kwasniewski has over 22 years of progressive Human Resources experience.  He has built a successful career working in the niche multi-site/multi-state environment.  He is currently the Director of Human Resources for Discount Drug Mart.  He has previous work experience with well-known brands such as McDonald’s Corporation and Panera Bread.  In these roles, he has been responsible for supporting thousands of employees, as well as the complete oversight and operation of the Human Resources function.

Craig received a B.A. in Business and a B.A. in Spanish from Muskingum University in 1997.  He is a frequent speaker to companies and HR groups on topics such as risk management, employee relations and legislation affecting employers.  Craig is certified to conduct legal investigations, mediations, and is a certified drug free workplace trainer.

He has done risk management consulting in numerous states and is a noted expert in the field of defending unemployment claims.  Craig enjoys helping to advance the HR profession by participating in mentoring programs.  Currently, Craig is also the Past-Director of the Ohio SHRM State Council, a volunteer-based non-profit organization representing 25 local HR Chapters and more than 12,000 HR professionals throughout Ohio.