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HRINZ Weekly Wrap-up 3 June – 9 June

HRINZ Weekly Wrap-up 3 June – 9 June

From our desks to your screen, here is the week that was at HRINZ National Office. I hope you all enjoyed your Queen’s Birthday weekend. I was fortunate enough to start the week on Tuesday enjoying a lunch with some of NZ’s top HR executives to meet and welcome Lorraine Murphy, the incoming Chief People Officer at Air New Zealand. But have you noticed that a short week always makes for a busy week? However nice an extra day off is, it does mean that we’re all frantically trying to squeeze five days worth of work into four! On that note, without further ado, here’s what our week at National Office looked like for the week ending 9 June… Research and Education Manager, Brenda, is heavily involved in the accreditation process that members go through to become professional members of HRINZ. Becoming a professional member is an important step that members can take, that demonstrates their proficiency and shows that they are recognised as professionally competent by their peers. The Practitioner Grading Panel determines whether members have met the competency standards set by HRINZ to become Professional (Accredited) Members. This week Brenda has been busy undertaking reference validations for nine applicants from the Waikato Branch who have applied for Professional Membership Accreditation. Brenda is also our chief liaison for the Academic Branch, and has been following up on their committee meeting which was held last Friday, via teleconference of course as the branch members are spread out across the country. However, Brenda is not the only one who’s been busy, a number of staff around the office are also working hard preparing papers and reports for the upcoming Board meeting on 20 June. Remember to mark that date in your diary because it is also the date for the...

posted on: Jun 7, 2013 | author: Beverley Main