Tulsa Area Human Resources Association

2021 Return on Inclusion

Talent Rising

Oklahoma’s largest professional diversity and inclusion conference returns (virtually), convening business, nonprofit and community leaders and professionals to educate and empower on the powerful return made when we invest in people.

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Program Meeting

Aligning the Workplace Experience for Fun and Profit

At this program, David McLaughlin will help attendees understand the needs of employers and employees and how to align the work experience to maximize growth and development.

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SHRM and TAHRA

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Being a SHRM member + a TAHRA chapter member provides you with exclusive resources you can rely on to advance your career. Join or renew today and  experience the best of both worlds!

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Tulsa, OK

Human Resources Director

Bishop Kelley High School

2800 SW Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74107

Human Resources Assistant

Goodwill Industries of Tulsa

1620 East 12th Street Tulsa, OK

Human Resources Director

Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic

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AARP OK Featured Sponsor

AARP’s mission is to empower people to choose how they live as they age.

The Persimmon Group Featured Sponsor

The Persimmon Group has successfully worked with companies of a wide variety of sizes and industries to solve their toughest challenges from growth strategies to operational improvements.

NJ Burgett, LLC Featured Vendor

Broken Arrow, OK 74012 | Phone: 9188521395 | http://nikkiburgett.com/

We provide consulting services and training on workplace violence prevention, active shooter response, behavioral threat assessment, Emergency Action Plans, Threat Assessment Teams, critical site surveys, high-risk terminations, and development & implementation of Workplace Violence Prevention Programs. For any security initiative to last beyond the first few weeks after training, it must be embedded into the culture. For this to occur, an understanding of the organization, policies, and people must be achieved. It’s not about changing your culture; it’s about educating and empowering your staff in order to make it safer.