• TeamKC
    April 03 | 2:30PM
    Technology Career Fair

    In response to an increase of technology professionals and recruitment openings in Kansas, Kansas Works IS hosting an IT job fair in the KC area to help connect. Registration is open to any Kansas business that is actively hiring in the technology field and anyone with this talent is encouraged to attend. Booth space is limited, so businesses are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

    REGISTER HERE

    Time: 2:30 - 6: 30 p.m.
    Location: Workforce Partnership | 8535 Bluejacket St. | Lenexa, KS 66214

    03
  • TeamKC
    April 10 | 7:30AM
    Beyond Generational Stereotypes

    Beyond Generational Stereotypes: Boosting Engagement and Innovation

    by Addressing Hidden Age-Related Exclusion in Your Organization

    A mix of perspectives, insights and values based on age, generation and life stage can fuel incredible innovation and creativity in your organization. These social group memberships can also be the hidden root of everyday workplace exclusion and conflict as coworkers and managers grapple with how to effectively communicate with colleagues across forms of generational difference.

    During this interactive presentation, we will explore research-based insights for how to:

    • Define  the difference between workplace diversity, inclusion and employee voice
    • Go beyond generational stereotypes and explore the role of various forms of organization-specific “generational” diversity that can make it difficult for new team members to “fit in” and fully contribute
    • Help teams recognize and work through conflict or exclusion rooted in age--related difference in order to build more inclusive team communication and work practices
    • Coach others to think more age-inclusively when designing strategies for recruitment, team development, leadership development, and promotion practices

    Space is limited to 40 attendees. Register today.

    Time: 7:30-9:30 a.m.
    Location: BEST Building, Room 135 | KU Edwards Campus |12600 Quivira Rd. | Overland Park, KS 66213

    10
  • TeamKC
    April 10 | 10:00AM
    Fort Leavenworth Job & Education Fair

    The next Fort Leavenworth Job and Education Fair will host Military (active and reserve), Retirees, Veterans, DoD Civilians and Family Members in the surrounding community.

    The Fort Leavenworth community encompasses over 15,000 Military, Family Members, Civilian Employees and Contractors, plus over 27,000 Retirees. This is an audience interested in job and education opportunities in the local and regional area, as well as national or international opportunities. 

    is scheduled for April 10, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Frontier Conference Center, 350 Biddle Blvd., Fort Leavenworth.

    Learn more and register your organization to participate here

    10
  • TeamKC
    April 11 | 11:15AM
    Evolving Legislation Behind the Headlines

    Brace yourself. Natalie Bright, Bright & Carpenter Consulting, will address timely changes to important laws and uncover how your business may be affected. You'll gain a better understanding of the evolving legislation behind current headlines as Bright delivers a lively, thorough and non-partisan explanation about some of today's most impactful state and federal legislation. Business owners, managers, and human resources will all benefit from attending! Concludes with a 15-minute Q&A.

    Time: 11:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
    Location: Kansas State-Olathe | 22201 West Innovation Dr., Olathe, KS 66061

    $25 includes lunch for Chamber members 

    REGISTER HERE

    Tax-Exempt organizations, please call 913-764-1050 to register.

    Timeline:
    11:15 - Networking and Lunch
    11:45 - Welcome and Program
    12:00 - Q&A

    This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM
    11
  • TeamKC
    April 12 | 7:30AM
    Attracting and Retaining Talent Across Multiple Generations

    Join The Central Exchange on April 12 in downtown Kansas City to learn more about how companies in Kansas City are attracting and retaining talent across multiple generations. Jessica Palm, Managing Director of TeamKC at the Kansas City Area Development Council, will moderate a panel discussion addressing the following questions with representatives in recruiting from KPMG, Children’s Mercy and Burns and McDonnell:

    • How do companies attract a college graduate versus an experienced hire?
    • What are potential candidates looking for in an organization when searching for jobs?
    • What are the latest trends in recruiting?
    • How are recruiters delivering the total rewards offering to potential candidates at their organization?

    The audience will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the experienced professionals on the panel.

    Time: 7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast | 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Program
    Location: The Central Exchange | 1020 Central, Suite 100 | Kansas City, MO 64105

    REGISTER NOW

    12
  • TeamKC
    April 16 | 3:00PM
    Women and Minorities in STEM

    The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is hosting a series of Diversity and Inclusion Summits to create a community forum and discussion around the importance of diversity and inclusion in our organizations and communities.

    Attendees will hear from keynote speaker, Edie Fraser - Chairman and Founder of STEMconnector® and Million Women Mentors (MWM).  Ms. Fraser will share best practice tools and resources that support smart STEM investments, information on what STEMconnector® has done on a regional and national level, and practical approaches to enhancing women and minorities in STEM careers.  A reception will follow the formal program.

    To reserve your spot, Click here to register.  Space is limited so register early.

    Registration deadline: Monday, April 9, 12:00 p.m.

    Time: Program: 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. | Reception: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    Location: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City | 1 Memorial Drive | Kansas City, MO 64198

    16
  • TeamKC
    April 17 | 11:15AM
    Olathe April HR Roundtable

    This month's discussion topic is "Recruiting Practices: Ban the Box and Re-entry Offenders"

    Struggling to find suitable candidates amidst low unemployment rates? This month we'll examine how to expand recruiting practices to include those "with a prior record." We'll hear from experts in this area and learn the immediate and longterm benefits of hiring re-entry offenders. Also get an update on the "Ban the Box" issues. 

    What makes Olathe HR Roundtable meetings unique is the degree of topic-driven open discussion. Therefore, come prepared to learn but also share. If you have questions or first-hand experience around the topic of the month, we encourage you to attend and participate!

    Time: 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Location: Olathe Chamber of Commerce

    MORE INFORMATION

    17
  • TeamKC
    April 19 | 8:00AM
    GKC BLN Disability Inclusion Summit
    The Greater Kansas City Business Leadership Network is hosting its 4th annual full-day regional conference featuring national and local speakers on best practices and strategies on disability inclusion.

    View the conference agenda 
    19
  • TeamKC
    April 19 | 11:00AM
    From Workplace Violence to a New Normal

    Hear the first hand experience and lessons learned of dealing with an active shooter.

    This presentation will begin with a brief overview of the shooting incident on February 25, 2016 at Excel Industries in Hesston, Kansas. The presenter will review the experiences of the HR department, the role the department had during the immediate hours, days and weeks after the event, the role of HR now, two years after the event. The presenter will explore recommendations and lessons learned. There will be a question and answer time at the end of the presentation. 

    We will discuss:

    • What to consider when preparing an HR department for a traumatic event.
    • The Role of HR after a traumatic event.
    • What to consider when you as a leader are a victim of violence.
    • Understanding the roles of HR, company leadership, law enforcement, community, and media when a traumatic event occurs in the company or organization. 
    • Question and answer discussion time.

    This program has been approved for 1.5 credit by the HRCI and SHRM.

    MORE INFORMATION

    19
  • TeamKC
    April 19 | 5:30PM
    SHRM KC D&I After Hours Dialogue
    SHRM KC DIVERSITY & INCLUSION AFTER HOURS DIALOGUE EVENT
    Let's Talk...Race in the Workplace

    Networking: 5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
    Dialogue with Experts Loretta Summers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP & Bob Kendrick: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    Location: Kansas City Negro Leagues Museum, 1616 E. 18th Street, KCMO
     
    If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to clint.bradley@expresspros.com.

    Note: Registration includes access to the museum.
    19
  • TeamKC
    April 24 | 7:30AM
    Longevity Economy Seminar
    Despite dire predictions as the wave of retiring boomers grows, optimistically there is hope that organizations and workers can restructure a system stuck in a 20th-century mindset. Today’s trends include changing family structure, an ever-increasing gig economy and employers requiring workers to take control of their own financial future. "Retirement” as it was once known is facing a transformation to meet the current trends and realities of our world today.

    Time: 7:30 -11:00 a.m.
    Location: Mission Hills Country Club | 5400 Mission Drive | Mission Hills, KS

    MORE INFORMATION
    24
  • TeamKC
    April 25 | 9:00AM
    Preparing Students for Today’s Mobile Workforce

    Mobile technology is transforming the way we learn and work. Join the KC Tech Council and Apple for an in-depth discussion with JE Dunn Construction to understand how digital literacy and fluency with mobile technology are essential to career success.

    MORE INFORMATION

    25
  • TeamKC
    April 26 | 1:00PM
    Webinar | In Search of Employment "High Road"

    A Research Perspective on Developing Good Jobs

    Why aren't there more good jobs? What factors facilitate-or hinder- the creation of high-quality jobs?

    This webinar will answer these questions and include an overview of recent research on job quality-and of debates about "high-road" vs. "low-road" employment practices. Participants will also gain new insights into factors that affect job quality in two industries, long-term care and retail, that each employ large numbers of low-paid workers in the U.S.

    MORE INFORMATION

    26
There are no events for April 2018

TeamKC

TeamKC LinkedIn

TeamKC Twitter

TeamKC Instagram