Survey is now open! Check your e-blast for the link!
Receive your results by the end of August 2013!
2013 is the year in which we will conduct our Salary Survey on Pay Policies and Benefits. You, as members, have asked that we make this available sooner than October. We have moved up the dates for collecting data in order to have the salary data available in August. We hope that with this change, you will participate by submitting data.
All data is submitted to a 3rd party so that no SESHRM member or Board Member will be able to review the data submissions.
In order for data results to be available for the various positions, we will need to have at least 4 companies submit per position the Minimum Pay Rate.
May 14th – You will receive an email with a link to access the survey.
June 7th – Enter your data by today.
August 27th – Survey Data will be available (at the latest).
Pricing to receive the Survey Data:
SESHRM members who submit data – FREE!
Non-SESHRM members who submit data - $135
No data submitted (SESHRM and Non-SESHRM members) - $300
If you have questions, please contact:
SESHRM President Elect
Office: (320) 214-3977
Cell: (605) 941-4717
“Tame the Wild World of Healthcare Reform undefined A
Compliance Program for Employers”
Jackson Lewis speakers:
Joe Dreesen, Kathy Barrow, Chris Hoyme and Randy Limbeck
May 14, 2013
7:30 – 8am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8 – 12 Noon Session Presentations
12 – 1pm Networking Lunch
Approved for 3.25 HRCI Credits
A comprehensive, technical instruction on the fundamental concepts and responsibilities of employers under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”). This seminar will focus upon recent IRS publications, including the Proposed Regulations, to help employers implement the ACA and apply practical solutions to the workplace challenges the ACA presents.
In this initial part of the program, the attendees will be introduced to the concepts of shared responsibility under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”); the obligations employees have under the shared responsibility concept; learn how to identify whether an employer is an applicable large or small employer; recognize when workers are common law employees under the Proposed Regulations; and learn about the unique issues raised by controlled and affiliated service group employers, temporary workers, and leased employees. This portion of the program will also introduce the two different types of penalties that may be assessed upon applicable large employers under ACA.
Bring the Right Tools to the Hunt
This portion of the program will teach methods the Proposed Regulations describe for counting employees in the regular schedule; variable schedule and new employee scenarios. The presentation will cover safe harbors available for the determination whether a plan is “affordable” under the ACA; and will discuss the manner in which penalty liability will attach in various employment scenarios; how employers will be notified of penalties; and how penalties will be calculated.
This segment of the program will wrap up with a brief discussion of the Regulations on Wellness programs; the Whistleblower provisions of the ACA and how discrimination and retaliation causes of under Title VII, the ADEA and the Rehabilitation Act are linked to healthcare reform under the ACA under the Proposed Regulations
Panel Discussion and Q&A: Controlling the ACA Beast
In this segment of the program, representatives and compliance officers of area companies will join the attorney presenters for a practical discussion of ACA challenges and potential solutions to those challenges. The attendees will be provided the opportunity to ask questions pertinent to their company situations and listen to both the legal and business answers.
2014 SD SHRM Conference
April 30, May 1-2 at the
Convention Center, Sioux Falls
Hosted by SESHRM
On behalf of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), I want to congratulate your chapter for its achievement of attaining Membership Star status for 2012!
Even though our economy continues to be challenging, your chapter was able to overcome these challenges and still advance SHRM membership in 2012. Many chapters experienced declining membership during the year, so your chapter's ability to maintain or realize growth is to be highly commended.
As the economy continues to bounce back, we hope you will see continued growth in SHRM membership. The membership growth goal remains at 3% for 2013.
We also hope that you will continue to share best practices with your peers. In addition, your SHRM regional team is available to provide you information and guidance to support your membership initiatives.
Congratulations again on this achievement! Keep up the great work, and thanks for all you do!
All the best!
J. Robert Carr, JD, SPHR
SVP, Membership, Marketing & External Affairs
Society for Human Resource Management
Congratulations are in order! As a result of your fundraising efforts in 2012, your chapter has been designated as a 2012 SHRM Foundation Champion. The support provided by our chapters and councils allows the Foundation the ability to provide opportunities available to your fellow HR professionals that they may not have had otherwise, including:
• Research grants for cutting-edge academic studies
• More than 140 education and certification scholarships to HR professionals and students
• Educational resources including Effective Practice Guidelines reports, DVDs and Executive Briefings
These resources are making a big difference in the professional lives of your fellow SHRM members!
“I am a big advocate of SHRM for HR newbies especially while pursuing HR degrees, the white pages are very helpful with thinking outside the box! I will continue to be a SHRM member as the organization continues to communicate HR trends that empower me and keep me up to date on best practices. I would encourage HR professionals to become a member and get their certification, it will be the best validation of their career.”
- Arnita Walls
“I am extremely grateful to the Society for Human Resource Management and the opportunities the Foundation has afforded me, and my students. My affiliation with SHRM has enabled me to further my education by awarding me the educational scholarship for two consecutive years. Also, as a student chapter advisor, I have witnessed my students benefiting from the scholarship opportunities available to them through the SHRM Foundation. Students who may not otherwise be able to afford to continue their education are able to, thanks to the resources available from SHRM.”
- Caroline Black MBA, SPHR
From all of us at the SHRM Foundation, we thank you for your commitment and support with which we were able to celebrate a successful 2012. Keep up the great work and let’s make 2013 another great year!
Michael Ressegue, Development Coordinator