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Aug. 13, 2010
 
 
 
Hello ASHHRA & IFD Members,

Have you registered for the ASHHRA conference yet? If not, there is still time!
Register by Aug. 25th and save $100 with advance registration. Then you can …
Earn up to 13.75 Strategic Management credit hours
or 19.75 general recertification credit hours.

Learning Session Highlights (topics of focus)

Register Today

Prior to the conference, you can raise your knowledge at the next ASHHRA and IFD Webinars. They are available at a very affordable price.

ASHHRA Webinar
Topic: Transforming an Employment Function into a Contemporary Talent Acquisition Model
When: Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010
Time: 10:00am PT, 11:00am MT, 12:00pm CT, 1:00pm ET
Price: ASHHRA Members: $25 | Non-members: $50
Sponsored by Peopleclick Authoria
Click here to register.

IFD Webinar
How Hospitals Can Support and Enhance a Culture of Respect within their Organizations
When: Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Time: 10pm PT, 11:00pm MT, 12:00pm CT, 1:00pm ET
Price: FREE to IFD Members | $80 for Non-members
Click here to register.

We hope you find value in all of the learning and educational options that our societies have to offer. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have a question or concern about your membership with ASHHRA or IFD.

Sharon C. Allen
Director, Marketing & Business Development
ASHHRA
sallen@aha.org
Fred Hobby
President
IFD
fhobby@aha.org



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The NIH has launched a network of professionals from multiple disciplines to identify, understand, and develop models for eliminating health disparities in different population groups, a statement on the NIH website said. The Network on Inequality, Complexity, and Health (NICH) will apply systems science from scientists in economics, biology, computer science, education, sociology, mathematics, and epidemiology to characterize health inequality, the statement said. More

Attractive women also face workplace discrimination
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It's not always the case when attractive women are favored by bosses. Beauty has an ugly side too, at least for some women who look for jobs considered "masculine" by society. Attractive women were discriminated against when applying for jobs considered "masculine," and for which appearance was not seen as important to the job, according to a study conducted by the University of Colorado's Denver Business School. More



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Mothers still face workplace discrimination
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