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SHRM 2011 Conference Summary

The Society for Human Resource Management 2011 conference (SHRM 2011) in Las Vegas has come and gone. Did anyone learn anything?

Social networking sites (@TribeHR) and the blogosphere were flooded with comments and commentary about SHRM 2011. You could waste days reading through all the information.

Not to worry! I followed along and pulled out the wittiest, most original, most insightful, and most cynical posts. They’re all here, in one place, for your perusing pleasure.

Bad tastes in your mouth
Matthew Stollak (@akaBruno) doesn’t like a presenting lawyer’s perspective on social media.
Being young
About 4% of attendees were under the age of 30. Jessica Lee (@jessica_lee) has something to say about that.

 

Fitting in
According to Robin Schooling (@RobinSchooling), fitting in at a workplace is a lot like fitting in at a Vegas nightclub.
Getting punched in the face
Dawn Hrdlica-Burke (@dawnHRrocks) wants more energy and more authenticity. 
Missing Out
Charlie Judy (@HRFishbowl) has 10 good reasons why you shouldn’t feel bad if you couldn’t make it to SHRM 2011. (I feel much better, thank you.)
The New CEO
Kris Dunn (@kris_dunn) comments on the revelation that accountant Hank Jackson is the new CEO of SHRM.
Presenting
Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) said “dick” during her presentation and five people walked out of the room.
Swag
Jessica Miller-Merrell (@blogging4jobs) on what she looks for in conference swag. TribeHR likes swag.
Vendors
Tim Sackett (@TimSackett) wishes someone would sell common sense. (Ours comes with a 15-day free trial, Tim!)


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The Society for Human Resource Management 2011 conference (SHRM 2011) in Las Vegas has come and gone. Did anyone learn anything?

Social networking sites (@TribeHR) and the blogosphere were flooded with comments and commentary about SHRM 2011. You could waste days reading through all the information.

Not to worry! I followed along and pulled out the wittiest, most original, most insightful, and most cynical posts. They’re all here, in one place, for your perusing pleasure.

Bad tastes in your mouth
Matthew Stollak (@akaBruno) doesn’t like a presenting lawyer’s perspective on social media.
Being young
About 4% of attendees were under the age of 30. Jessica Lee (@jessica_lee) has something to say about that.

 

Fitting in
According to Robin Schooling (@RobinSchooling), fitting in at a workplace is a lot like fitting in at a Vegas nightclub.
Getting punched in the face
Dawn Hrdlica-Burke (@dawnHRrocks) wants more energy and more authenticity. 
Missing Out
Charlie Judy (@HRFishbowl) has 10 good reasons why you shouldn’t feel bad if you couldn’t make it to SHRM 2011. (I feel much better, thank you.)
The New CEO
Kris Dunn (@kris_dunn) comments on the revelation that accountant Hank Jackson is the new CEO of SHRM.
Presenting
Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) said “dick” during her presentation and five people walked out of the room.
Swag
Jessica Miller-Merrell (@blogging4jobs) on what she looks for in conference swag. TribeHR likes swag.
Vendors
Tim Sackett (@TimSackett) wishes someone would sell common sense. (Ours comes with a 15-day free trial, Tim!)


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The Society for Human Resource Management 2011 conference (SHRM 2011) in Las Vegas has come and gone. Did anyone learn anything?

Social networking sites (@TribeHR) and the blogosphere were flooded with comments and commentary about SHRM 2011. You could waste days reading through all the information.

Not to worry! I followed along and pulled out the wittiest, most original, most insightful, and most cynical posts. They’re all here, in one place, for your perusing pleasure.

Bad tastes in your mouth

Matthew Stollak (@akaBruno) doesn’t like a presenting lawyer’s perspective on social media.

Being young

About 4% of attendees were under the age of 30. Jessica Lee (@jessica_lee) has something to say about that.

Fitting in

According to Robin Schooling (@RobinSchooling), fitting in at a workplace is a lot like fitting in at a Vegas nightclub.

Getting punched in the face

Dawn Hrdlica-Burke (@dawnHRrocks) wants more energy and more authenticity.

Missing Out

Charlie Judy (@HRFishbowl) has 10 good reasons why you shouldn’t feel bad if you couldn’t make it to SHRM 2011. (I feel much better, thank you.)

The New CEO

Kris Dunn (@kris_dunn) comments on the revelation that accountant Hank Jackson is the new CEO of SHRM.

Presenting

Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) said “dick” during her presentation and five people walked out of the room.

Swag

Jessica Miller-Merrell (@blogging4jobs) on what she looks for in conference swag. TribeHR likes swag.

Vendors

Tim Sackett (@TimSackett) wishes someone would sell common sense. (Ours comes with a 15-day free trial, Tim!)


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The Society for Human Resource Management 2011 conference (SHRM 2011) in Las Vegas has come and gone. Did anyone learn anything?

Social networking sites (@TribeHR) and the blogosphere were flooded with comments and commentary about SHRM 2011. You could waste days reading through all the information.

Not to worry! I followed along and pulled out the wittiest, most original, most insightful, and most cynical posts. They’re all here, in one place, for your perusing pleasure.

Bad tastes in your mouth

Matthew Stollak (@akaBruno) doesn’t like a presenting lawyer’s perspective on social media.

Being young

About 4% of attendees were under the age of 30. Jessica Lee (@jessica_lee) has something to say about that.

Fitting in

According to Robin Schooling (@RobinSchooling), fitting in at a workplace is a lot like fitting in at a Vegas nightclub.

Getting punched in the face

Dawn Hrdlica-Burke (@dawnHRrocks) wants more energy and more authenticity.

Missing Out

Charlie Judy (@HRFishbowl) has 10 good reasons why you shouldn’t feel bad if you couldn’t make it to SHRM 2011. (I feel much better, thank you.)

The New CEO

Kris Dunn (@kris_dunn) comments on the revelation that accountant Hank Jackson is the new CEO of SHRM.

Presenting

Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) said “dick” during her presentation and five people walked out of the room.

Swag

Jessica Miller-Merrell (@blogging4jobs) on what she looks for in conference swag. TribeHR likes swag.

Vendors

Tim Sackett (@TimSackett) wishes someone would sell common sense. (Ours comes with a 15-day free trial, Tim!)


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