Human Resource Management: Gain a Competitive Edge through Comp & Benefits

Mile High SHRM’s April Monthly Membership Program

Gain a Competitive Edge through Comp & Benefits
Featuring David Kristoff, VP Total Rewards at Newmont Mining to Present

Denver, Colorado. Gain a Competitive Edge through Comp & Benefits will be the topic at the Mile High Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) monthly Membership Program meeting. The meeting will be held at the History Colorado Center in downtown Denver on Wednesday, April 8 at 11:30 AM. It is open to all HR professionals, business leaders and anyone else interested in the topic and parking will be provided. SHRM & HRCI credits for this event are pending.

David Kristoff, Vice President, Total Rewards, HR Technology and Services at Newmont Mining Corporation is the featured presenter. He will speak to Total Rewards and how the concept has advanced considerably in recent years. The power is in leveraging the concept as a whole and the individual elements to attract, motivate and retain top talent within your company.

Shawna Simcik, President of Mile High SHRM commented “We are very pleased to provide high value programs, such as this, to the Human Resources community in the Greater Denver area. Bringing in quality presenters such as Mr. Kristoff to speak about Total Rewards gives our membership and others who are interested the opportunity to learn from an experienced professional capable of making the topic easily understandable to everyone. ”

Member Cost:
$35 before April 8; Onsite registration is $40
Non-member Cost:
$55 before April 8; Onsite registration is $60
About SHRM and Mile High SHRM

The national Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) was originally founded in 1948, and is the leading voice of the HR profession. SHRM provides educational and informational services, conferences and seminars, online tools and publications to more than 225,000 professional and student members throughout the world.

With over 1,200 members, the Denver Chapter of SHRM, Mile High SHRM, is a dynamic and diverse association of human resource professionals dedicated to building HR communities for the development of professional relationships and enhancing the capability and credibility of the HR profession.

MH-SHRM is affiliated with the Colorado SHRM State Council (COSHRM) the governing council for the six local chapters within Colorado and all SHRM members at large.
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