Human Resources I (IFM #103)

Human Resources I
(IFM #103)

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November 13, 2024
12 p.m. Central
90 Minutes

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$69/site

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Presented by:

Patrick Schoen, IFMG
Human Resource Manager
Minnesota State Fair

About the Event

Unlock the Secrets of Effective Human Resources Management-IAFE Human Resources I (IFM #103)

Join us at Human Resources I (IFM #103) a session designed to equip fair management professionals and anyone working with paid staff and volunteers with the essential knowledge and skills to optimize their human resources practices. Developed as a for-credit course by the IAFE Institute of Fair Management, and open to all meeting attendees, this session promises to be an invaluable opportunity.

Learn the secrets of effective job posting and advertising strategies. Discover how to efficiently review applications and identify the cream of the crop! Review the art of conducting interviews.

Gain unparalleled insights into the key components that make up a comprehensive employee handbook.

Human Resources I (IFM #103) is not just a session; it’s an investment in your professional growth and the success of your organization. This session is specifically tailored for meeting attendees seeking to enhance their human resources management skills.

*For those attending this course at the RMAF meeting, DO NOT REGISTER for the course.

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Presented by Patrick Schoen, IFMG, Human Resource Manager – Minnesota State Fair

Patrick Schoen has been in the human resources field for 12 years and has worked in the long-term care, IT management consulting and fair industries. He has served as the Human Resources Manager with the Minnesota State Fair since 2017 and has a passion to help both organizations and individuals grow and prosper. Patrick was the chair of the IAFE Human Resources Committee in 2022 and 2023 and graduated from the IAFE Institute of Fair Management in 2023. Patrick loves the fair industry because we do not compete with one another, and this allows us to collaborate and make each other better. 

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