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Raiders of the Data Ark: Data Privacy and Cyber Security Summit-October 16th, 2014

The Connecticut Human Resources Council (CTSHRM) and the law firm of Shipman & Goodwin are sponsoring a conference on data privacy and cyber security: It is entitled “Raiders of the Data Ark: Data Privacy and Cyber Security Summit”. It will take place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell, CT on October 16th.

This is a multidisciplinary conference addressing both the technological, business and workplace implications of the data privacy challenge that faces almost all organizations.

For more information and registration go to:

CT SHERM Event Page | Shipman & Goodman Events

CTRA Meeting October 8, 2014

Location: Silvia’s Restaurant 23 North Main St., Enfield, CT (Exit 48 from I-91)
Social Hour: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Dinner Buffet: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Speakers: 6:30pm – 7:45pm
Cost: $20 Members, $35 Non-Members, $15 Students
Members may bring guests and pay just the $20 member rate for each guest!
RSVP: Event Registration Please RSVP by Sept. 30th – Space is limited so you may want to RSVP earlier!


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October 8, 2014: “Paying for Performance: How To Address Both Sides of the Equation”

November 4, 2014: CBIA Compensation and Benefits Conference

Details to follow.

LinkedIn Violates Rules, Pays $6M to Employees

LinkedIn Violates Rules, Pays $6M to Employees

This article is another example of what happens when organizations tend to ignore overtime law. It is becoming a “best practice” to ensure that adherence to Federal and state overtime regs is current and a management to-do. As LinkedIn found out violation can be very expensive.

Read the Article on: Inc

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Pay For Performance In Healthcare: Mixed Results For Now

Pay For Performance In Healthcare: Mixed Results For Now

Although the business of healthcare is changing rapidly, inclusive of more accountability and performance measurement, Pay For Performance is a hard concept to both implement and execute. Both the cultural and management challenges are hard to change but the economic and market forces are forcing it.

Read the Article on: The New York Times

Photo Credit: The New York Times

Job Posting: Chelsea Groton Bank

Chelsea Groton Bank

Chelsea Groton, southeastern Connecticut’s largest community bank, is seeking to hire an outstanding Compensation and Benefits Manager to join our Human Resources department. This individual will lead our compensation, benefits, and payroll functions and have overall responsibility for compensation administration, analysis, surveys, payroll, and HRIS. Additionally, the position will be responsible for our benefit plans, administration, design, communications, and vendor relationships.

The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring all benefit plans and compensation programs are competitive and compliant with regulations. This position is responsible for analyzing pay structures and benefit plans designs and make recommendations based on market data. Additionally, this individual will supervise the Payroll and Benefits Administrator.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent years of experience in specialized course work/training. An extensive knowledge of payroll systems and pay practices as well as compensation and benefit programs is required. Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written, as well as strong interpersonal and relationship building skills are required. Also required are strong analytical, technical, organizational, and decision making skills. Prior financial institution experience preferred.

We have an excellent opportunity for a truly extraordinary candidate.

Chelsea Groton Bank offers a great place to work with a competitive compensation and benefits package. For consideration, please apply at www.chelseagroton.com.