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March 10, 2017 SHRM Monthly Meeting Minutes

    March 10, 2017

    Douglas County SHRM Meeting Minutes

    March 10th, 2017

    Cow Creek Government Offices

    8:15am - 9:30am

    Attending: Ashley Anderson, Gina Baker, Halley Clark, Robin Conrad, Joeleena Corbin, Dave Johansen, Susie Marical, Rheanna Mosier, Kelley Plueard, Joe Pospisil, Leanne Reynolds, Kelley Richardson, Stephanie Smith, Dana Weaver, and Sharece Winslow

    Stephanie Smith, DC SHRM President, called the meeting to order, welcomed everyone, and conducted introductions

    Secretary Report

    Copies of February minutes were distributed.  Joe made a motion to accept the minutes.  Leanne seconded.  All were in favor.

    Treasurer Report

          Susie presented the Treasurer Report:

         6194.01    Beginning balance  

        - 246.00     Debit  

         5948.01    Current balance

     We are transferring from Umpqua Bank to Banner Bank.  Board members signed

     necessary paperwork.  Banner Bank offers a debit card for DC SHRM, so it was

     brought up to the membership.  Joe made a motion that we get a DC SHRM debit card,

     Dave seconded, and the membership all voted in favor.

     

    Old Business

    • SHRM Test Results – 18 took the SHRM test prep class; 16 passed and 2 did not. 
    • Ashley gave a brief overview of what was involved in the process of SHRM certification.
    • The DC SHRM Chapter did make SHAPE.
    • Previous Training: Rose Barker, Certified Risk Management Consultant, Harvard Risk Management Corp. presented “Identity Theft in the Workplace.”  Many positive comments about the training.  Several businesses are now planning to bring the training on site.
    • DC SHRM Board Planning Session
      • Coos Bay will be affiliating with the DC SHRM Chapter until they become their own chapter.  State SHRM has been very supportive and may give $1500 to help start the relationship. Jammie (from Coos Bay) and Stephanie has a conference call with Diane Gould to help start the process.  A member at large list will be sent for the Coos Bay area.
      • The National SHRM conference will be in New Orleans from 6/15-6/18.
      • Leanne and Ashley are involved in Employment First Committee – Sunrise, schools, etc.  Grant is being submitted for Spring 2018 to support integrating others into the workplace.  Someone may come on August 11th to speak and explain services and answer questions.
      • June 9th Jennifer from Red Kite will present
      • September 8th will be Bullard Law

         

    New Business

    • Rheanna will send the seminar calendar to all members
    • Topic of having a DC SHRM Library of Books was brought up by Leanne.  Books could be loaned out and used to study/take tests to be re-cert hours.  Joe motioned in favor of creating a DC SHRM Library, Kelley seconded and all members voted in favor.
    • Rheanna brought up about Senate Bill 828 which will be the primary legislative bill to mandate "predictive scheduling" on Oregon employers.  Senate Bill 828 requires that an employer pays a minimum of four hours when (1) an employee calls into work but the employee does not work the shift in its entirety, or (2) when an employee is told with less than 24 hours' notice that their upcoming shift is not needed or that the hours in the shift have been reduced.  Senate Bill 828 has much more stringent provisions for restaurants, hospitality establishments and retailers.  It requires an interactive scheduling process in which an employer must accommodate employee scheduling requests.  It also requires that schedules be set 14 days in advance.  For any changes made to an employee's schedule with fewer than 14 days' notice, it requires one hour of additional pay per any change that does not result in a loss of hours worked, and it requires one-half rate of pay for any scheduling change that results in a loss of hours.
    • “Hot Topics”
      • Oregon Retirement Savings Plan – Regarding having to provide retirement.  Pilot Group will start effective 7/1/17. Stephanie and Leanne will e-mail PowerPoint presentations about it.  Leanne suggests members view the regulation to see if it affects them.
      • Minimum Wage Reminder – minimum wage goes up to $10 per hour effective 7/1
      • BOLI Manufacturing Calculation – calculation is changing.  Working employees over 10 hours per day and/or over 40 hours per week.  Employers may have to pay overtime for both; could create double payment in some instances.  It doesn’t affect mills, unions, etc.
      • Marketing – Ashley is the DC SHRM Marketing Representative.  DC SHRM will have a Facebook page, LinkedIn, etc.  Ashley will work hand-in-hand with Leann and Rheanna.  If members have Marketing ideas, please share them with Ashley. 

         

    Meeting Adjourned

    Good of the Order

    The next DC SHRM member meeting is Friday, April 14th, 2017.  Seminar is entitled “3 Steps to More Effective Feedback” and is presented by Kate Parker, Owner of Effective Communication Consultants.  Cost is $25 for members and $35 for non-members.  Kate does have a website for those wanting more information.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Dave Johansen

    DC SHRM Secretary