San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In back to school fashion, SRKA is offering a special educational session. This extended session is in addition to our regular schedule so all attendees will be required to pay the meeting fee.
Rob Lapota delivers a special session - Finance for the Non-Financial Manager
The session is designed for HR Professionals, explaining basic accounting practices to increase your competence in reading and interpreting accounting and financial reports. Strengthen your conversations with leadership by grounding your ideas in financial data.
So you don’t have a degree in accounting. Maybe math wasn’t your best subject. But you know you’d be a more informed and influential professional if you could read and interpret basic financial reports. This one is for you. Don’t worry. It’s not a session that throws around acronyms and jargon that only a CPA could love. It’s designed for HR professionals, explaining basic accounting practices to increase your competence in reading and interpreting accounting and financial reports. And, just as important, it will demonstrate how HR initiatives affect the organization's bottom line.
What You Will Learn:
· Read and interpret financial statements.
· Know your acid-test from a current ratio.
· Identify HR’s impact on the bottom-line
Rob Lapota holds the position of Senior Human Resource Manager, HR Resource Center for MRA. Over 23 years of experience in all facets of human resource management has prepared Rob to assist employers in finding workable solutions to real-life human resources issues.
As a nationally renowned speaker, Rob also spearheads the development and presentation of human resource training programs offered at MRA and employer facilities. He has trained thousands of employees and continually develops new programs to respond to the changing needs of employers.
Rob holds a bachelor of business administration in industrial relations and master’s degree in industrial and labor relations from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. His training also includes participation in the HR Executive Management Program, University of Michigan, and the Certified Trainer Program through Achieve Global.
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SHRM - Racine/Kenosha Area Chapter
SHRM – Racine & Kenosha Area Chapter (SRKA) is an affiliated chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). We received our charter in July of 2007 and are well on our way to achieving our objective of being a vital HR resource in the Racine and Kenosha County area. We are committed to serving you, the HR Professional, and to advancing the HR Profession.