Wagner, Debbie Edwards, Pete Menard, Kenneth Garbara, Paula Haddock, Jon
Mapp, Betsy Larson, Tom Birchfield, Barbara C. Carr, Wendy Plyman,
Jeaune Hadl, Dana Kalb, Michael Laux, Carolotta Brussell, Anne Darragh
I.Call to Order
Lisetta Whitworth called the meeting to order at
II.Review of Minutes
The minutes were corrected and approved.
III.Review of Committee Reports
·Allen Armentrout led a discussion on the status of the SHRM Foundation, its research and fund raising activities. State, chapter, and individual contributions were checked for accuracy. Video and PowerPoint presentations are available to local chapters.
·A copy of the proposed agreement for a two year contract with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce for a joint state HR conference was provided to everyone. A conference call was held with Betsy Larson. Several issues were shared concerning the contract. Betsy was asked to go back to Jim Ford and re-negotiate or clarify the points that were raised. A conference call to council members was to follow her meeting with Mr. Ford.
·Lyle Hanna updated the council on the details of the KY SHRM Leadership Conference, November 29-30, 2001.The focus of the event would be on helping local leadership to determine the needs of their members and to help their members become strategic players in their organizations
Jim Moss provided a check register to all council members detailing financial
transactions from the beginning or the fiscal year. Both the State SHRM
account and the Adult Literacy account information were provided. He
requested anyone needing mileage reimbursement to provide the information to
him at the close of the meeting. Internet billing as well as back billing for those
chapters that have not paid their 2001 bill will take place in December.
Vickie Ladt had been contacted by AIK about selling their salary survey at the state conference. The state council would receive $50.00 for each copy sold. AIK also wanted to make the conference participants aware that they were offering training on the rights of reservists and those call to active duty to local chapters at no cost. This was a state-wide effort by AIK.