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Part Two: Roundtable Working Session – HR Strategy and Tactical Considerations

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As an HR Executive, you may often feel as if the weight of the world falls on your shoulders. Between keeping on top of compliance and employment law with balancing being a caring and compassionate human being and organizational leader, along with helping your executive staff make decisions with the best interest of the company and its employees in mind. Add on top of that a pandemic. You’ve got your work cut out for you.

SIG has a community of more than 400+ HR leaders that you likely will find many commonalities with. While we cannot meet in-person for our roundtables, we can facilitate that community virtually in a way that makes you feel as if you are supported and engaged with other leaders. Sarah Sheckells, HR executive, will be facilitating a 60 minute webinar series where you will feel support from your peers, and learn tactically and strategically from resources SIG and Alera Group have available for you as you help lead your team back into the office.

This session will not be one to miss. Come prepared to participate and engage with others.

This webinar is eligible for SHRM and HRCI credits which will be sent after attendance is verified.


Thursday, May 28, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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About the Speaker

  • Sarah Sheckells

    Human Resources Executive

    Sarah Sheckells is a Human Resources Executive who most recently was Head of HR for Morgan Stanley in Baltimore. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Sarah was the Director of Human Resources at Campbell and Company in Baltimore, an investment management firm specializing in managed futures and cash equities strategies. Prior to her employment at Campbell, Sarah spent over 15 years at T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., in a variety of human resources roles, including Compensation Analyst, Trainer, Recruiter, and Generalist. She received her B.A. in Communications with Journalism and Writing minors from McDaniel College, obtained her M.S. in Human Resources Management from Johns Hopkins University, and maintains a Certified Compensation Professional and the Society for Human Resources Certified Professional designations. Sarah is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Family Tree, a non-profit organization that leads Maryland in preventing child abuse.