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Feb. 19, 2010
 
 
  Hello ASHHRA and IFD Members,

Please mark your calendars for the upcoming Webinar from IFD and time sensitive promotions from ASHHRA.

IFD Webinar
Getting Me Is One Thing: Keeping Me Is Another….
From Diversity to Inclusion
When
: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010
Time: 10pm PT, 11:00pm MT, 12:00pm CT, 1:00pm ET
Duration: 90 Minutes
Price: IFD members are free $80 fee WAIVED for non-members
Click HERE to register

ASHHRA Conference Early Bird Special
SAVE $50 on Full Conference Registration
When you register by March 31, 2010
Click here to register

ASHHRA 2010 Compensation Survey
Participate in the 2010 ASHHRA/IHStrategies Staff Compensation Survey Today.
Report is available in July.
Get data on more than 200 positions, plus, information on salaries, special pay practices, incentives, and benefits.
Click this e-mail link: comp.surveys@ihstrategies.com to register for the survey.
The survey is open through April 2nd. For more information, contact Sharon Allen at sallen@aha.org.

Have a great weekend!


Sharon C. Allen
Managing Editor, e-Business Communication
ASHHRA
Fred Hobby
President
IFD





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Better diversity in schools leads to diverse workplace
Alaska Journal of Commerce via Peninsula Clarion    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
In the coming years, Alaska's population is in for a serious shakeup: workplaces will become more racially diverse, young people will gradually edge out their seniors and the number of women will begin to creep up on the larger proportion of males, said state Department of Labor economist Neal Fried. To draw his conclusion regarding race, Fried took a look at Anchorage's school population, arguing that this is a great indicator of future workforce diversity because many of these children will go on to enter the work in Anchorage when they grow up. More

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We know how difficult it can be for health care professionals to communicate with non-English speaking Hispanic patients. Unless a competent interpreter is readily available, both, the health care giver and patient may miss important details which may affect the quality of patient care. For Hispanic patients who are seeking relief from their physical ailments, the inability to express themselves in English adds even more frustration and stress to their unpleasant situation. The health care professional has the challenging task of deciphering the Spanish dialogue and reading the patients' body language. More

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Economic upheaval changes meaning of 'diversity'
IT Business Edge    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Discussions of diversity in the workplace tend to fall into two buckets. They're either robotic proceedings in which requisite, if fleeting, attention is paid to providing an inclusive environment for minorities, or they’re heated debates about the legitimacy of addressing what many see as an exercise in blind political correctness. I tend to see the topic in terms of an upending of the world’s equilibrium. More
 
 
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