Save the date and join your SHRM colleagues from around the state (virtually) at our 7th Annual WI SHRM Day on the Hill event on Thursday, February 18, 2021! Our Virtual Day on the Hill event will provide you with a half-day of education, legal updates, advocacy, and networking opportunities with your HR colleagues and legislators.
While our final agenda is still being finalized, we are planning for a legal update from our WI SHRM Legal Partner, Boardman Clark, LLP, legislative and advocacy updates from National SHRM Government Affairs, multiple Networking Roundtables facilitated by industry experts, and a panel discussion with legislators and/or staff from the Wisconsin State Legislature.
Sessions will be submitted for preapproval of recertification credits. Watch the WISHRM website for updates on additional speakers and topics.
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Jeff Palkowski, MHRM, SHRM-SCP, PHR is a Senior Human Resources Specialist-Workforce Relations with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Information Technology He has worked in human resources and has been involved with the Society for Human Resource Management at national and local chapter levels since 2003.
Jeff currently serves as the Director of Governmental Affairs on the Wisconsin SHRM State Council, SHRM Advocacy Captain for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, and a member of the SHRM Government Affairs “Committee of 50”. He previously served as the Director of Government Affairs on the Greater Madison Area SHRM Board. In these roles, Jeff has been able to combine his previous experience working as a Deputy Chief of Staff/Policy Advisor in the Wisconsin Legislature along with his interest and desire to advocate and initiate positive change in the human resources industry as a SHRM Advocacy A-Team Member since 2012.
Jeff is a certified Professional in Human Resources and SHRM Senior Certified Professional and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and earned a Masters in Human Resources Management from the Keller Graduate School of Management.