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    PBSHRM HR Networking and Holiday Party

    Date: December 8, 2015, 11:30am
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    Location:
    WHERE: ATMOS Building- Fischer Community Room (near the Airport)

    DIRECTIONS: Go in the main entry to the airport, drive past the Post Office, then turn left on
    Wright Road, go about ¼ mile, on the left is Atmos Energy building, we are in the Fischer
    Community Room. It is the entrance door on the left. If you have a GPS it is at 2304 Loop 40.
    Price:
    $15 RSVP
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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    TOPIC: HR Networking and PBSHRM New Board of Directors Announcement

    PLUS A SPECIAL GUEST

    Please join us for our annual holiday lunch celebration! Come celebrate and connect with other HR professionals in our  community and a chance to win one of our raffle prizes! Learn from the best, your local HR professionals are a GREAT resource.

    We also would like to celebrate the season and give back to the Permian Basin community! Please bring a new toy or book. We will be collecting them for Centers for Children & Families, http://centerstx.org/, one of our partners and sponsors for our 2015 Annual HR Summit.

    Please join us for an hour of fun, food & holiday festivities. Don't forget to bring your business cards!

    PRESENTED BYCurrent PBSHRM Board of Directors and your Networking Event Hosts:Stefanie L. Pate PBSHRM Chapter President 2014-2015/ Juan Carlos Bustamante, PBSHRM Marketing and Sponsorship/ Robert Segura, TX SHRM State Council

    SPECIAL GUEST: Ross Bush, Midland County District Clerk                                     

    We've enjoyed welcoming our Mayor, Midland’s Chamber of Commerce President, TX State Representative, and President of the local Texas Workforce Board as presenters this last year; and we really enjoy hearing from our community leaders!

    Human Resources professionals, as you know, are very influential and connected to our employee base so we’ve asked Mr. Bush to address our members and educate us on the Jury Summons process and what we can do, as employers, to support Midland County to improve their acceptance of these “invitations”.