Information Technology Management for Human Resources

January 24, 2019
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Park Inn by Radisson
3377 New Castle Rd
West Middlesex, PA 16159
https://www.parkinn.com/sharon?csref=os.amer-us-prk-PASHARON-gmb
https://www.parkinn.com/sharon?csref=os.amer-us-prk-PASHARON-gmb
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The MLHRA Monthly Luncheon for January will be held at the Park Inn by Radisson on Thursday, January 24, 2019, beginning at 11:30 am. 

 

***Please select from one of the (3) lunch choice below. **

Please note your lunch selection and any dietary restrictions when registering for the event in the ‘Special Instructions and Comments’ box. This box appears on the Contact Information page when registering for the event.

 

Tanglewood

Loads of smoked turkey breast, honey ham and crisp bacon topped with American and Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato and red onion on homemade Italian bread.

 

Spring Valley

Grilled marinated chicken breast and a roasted red pepper topped with melted Swiss cheese.

 

KWS Salad

Mescaline greens tossed with roasted red peppers, black olives, artichokes and then topped with fresh tomatoes and crumbled blue cheese. Option: Add grilled chicken.

 

Presentation Information

Title: Information Technology Management for Human Resources in 2019

 

  • Hiring IT Personnel vs. Outsourcing your IT: Does it make more sense to hire an IT professional, pay them salary and benefits, etc or outsource to a Managed IT Services Provider?
  • Employee Downtime Causes, Effects & Prevention: What are the monetary, employee morale and productivity costs when there is an IT downtime outage and what can be done to prevent this?
  • Managing Employee Productivity in the age of the Internet: What can business owners do to avoid employee productivity loss due to wasted time on the internet?
  • Human Error & Cybersecurity: What can be done to educate and manage the largest cause of data breaches to businesses….Human Error? How to train employees to minimize making costly mistakes such as falling for “Phishing”.
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery: How a fail-safe data back-up system will ensure that, in the event of a disaster, employees can continue to work and be productive and avoid costly downtime and data loss.

 

Bio: Jim Humphreys is the Business Manager for Perfection Services, Inc. (PSI), a Managed IT Services Provider helping small to medium sized businesses (SMB’s) in the Pittsburgh area manage their IT through proactive, preventative maintenance. PSI has been providing the highest standards of customer service and the latest advances in technology at a price a small business can afford for 25 years. Jim is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Business Administration & Marketing. Jim has worked in sales & management for a variety of businesses, everything from contracting to Alpacas! He wears many hats for PSI and is responsible for Sales, Marketing, Payroll, Accounting, Web & Graphic Design and the companies Social Media presence.

 

Jim Humphreys
Business Manager
Perfection Services, Inc. (PSI)
724-935-0300 Ext. 708

412-303-6365
[email protected]

psipc.com

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**This presentation will be eligible for 1 CPE. Certificates will be awarded at the end of the meeting