Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Staffing : HR challenges within the corporate Flight Department

Live Case:

We are excited to invite our members and their Human Resource and Recruiting partners to the PNBAA Fall general meeting and luncheon to be held on November 10th at the Museum of Flight from 11:00 to 1:00.  You will not want to miss Sheryl Barden of Aviation Personnel International and Craig Foster of Jet Professionals discuss critical staffing issues that often strain the relationship between the HR department and the flight department.  Is your flight department or company aware of the current pitfalls for using contract, part-time and temporary employees in the flight department? Learn more about the current exposure, safety, risk management and liability associated with the “elastic workforce.” Sheryl, Craig and attorney Katheryn Bradley of Lane Powell will help you put your newfound knowledge to work by hosting a question and answer session following the presentation.

Sheryl Barden is the President & CEO of Aviation Personnel International and a voice for the people behind the planes.  She is a leading authority on HR issues for flight departments and is a frequent speaker at industry events. Based in San Francisco, she’s an active member of the National Business Aviation Association, Flight Safety Foundation, Women in Corporate Aviation, The Society of Human Resource Management and the International Women’s Forum. She earned an MBA from the Masagung School of Business at the University of San Francisco and a B.S. in Management with an emphasis in Personnel Management from Pennsylvania State University.

Craig Foster has served as a Regional and National Sales Director at Jet Professionals since joining the company in 2005.  He has 11 years of experience providing part-time and full-time staffing solutions to corporations based in the United States, Europe, Middle East, and the Pacific Rim.  Previously, he worked for the engineering company CDI Corporation in recruiting, account management, and business development roles.  Craig began flying at age 13 in gliders, soloed at 14, and became a licensed pilot on his 16th birthday.  He holds an FAA private pilot’s certificate for gliders, single-engine aircraft, and is IFR certified.  He flies out of Heritage Field (KPTW) in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.  Craig earned his B.A. in Political Science from Hobart College and earned his Graduate Gemologist degree from the Gemological Institute of America.

Katheryn Bradley represents private and public employers in workplace disputes, and has successfully litigated and resolved claims for wrongful discharge, discrimination, and violations of leave and wage and hour laws. She has defended employers in individual and class action lawsuits in trial and appellate courts throughout the Pacific Northwest, including Washington and Alaska.  In addition to her extensive employment litigation experience, Katheryn devotes a substantial part of her practice to counseling managers and human resource professionals in organizations of all sizes.  She advises clients on best practices to manage leave and navigate through the interactive process to accommodate disabled employees. She helps employers avoid employment claims by preparing effective workplace policies and counseling them through the process of carrying out reductions in force, separations and terminations. Katheryn prepares executive employment agreements, effective covenants not to compete and other agreements to protect trade secrets and intellectual property. She works closely with business executives to enforce non-competition agreements and respond to cease and desist letters. Katheryn also provides interactive EEO training to managers. She is a frequent speaker at employment law seminars.

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Er Reema Chordiya [ BE, MBA ]  
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