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Welcome to Northern Arizona Human Resources Association!

Hello Fellow Human Resource Professionals,

Human Resource Professionals are frontline responders providing basic guidance during a pandemic. We’ve faced the challenge of going dark, or hibernating to conserve cash and protect our organizations’ missions. Others have shifted to remote work, continuing to provide modified programs and services. All of us have lessons learned from this public health crisis, and all of us are faced with questions of how to reenter the local economy and reopen – or stay open – safely.

NAHRA Board Members hope, and will strive to help you answer some of the unknown questions facing HR Professionals. With the help of SHRM, we intend to steer you in the right direction to learn more, and give you a framework with which to make good business decisions that keep your staff, your clients, and your customers in good health. We realize this is the start of a conversation that will evolve and take new direction as we learn more about how best to keep each other and our communities safe.

Please stay in conversation with us as we all start to navigate this evolving landscape of staff needs, client/customer concerns, regulatory changes, and future challenges. Our missions are vital to an effective response to this moment of crisis and all that will follow.  We will have much greater impact, and have a much better chance to achieve our collective vision of a fairer, more just America, if we partner to help each other weather this crisis and stay safe, strong, and responsive in recovery. Our communities depend on it.

To kick off NAHRA’s reopening for 2021, we are offering a free webinar. Full details and registration link are located under the Meetings & Events tab above. We hope to see you (virtually) at our kick off event.

With Warm Regards,

NAHRA Board Members

We hope to see you at the next seminar!

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