The 2015 Pinnacle Award Winning Chapter of the El Paso Society for Human Resource Management was originally established in April 1954 as the Personnel Managers Association of El Paso. The organization evolved over the years and transitioned through the American Society of Personnel Administrators (ASPA) and into the El Paso Society for Human Resource Management. The chapter was affiliated with the National Society for Human Resource Management in 1978.
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 3.24.2020
The El Paso Society for Human Resources Management takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously and the health and safety of our members and our community is of the utmost importance. And, it is also important at this time to follow all public health authority guidelines related to COVID-19 and to help our members navigate through this situation.
As a reminder, the upcoming March 25th event on the topic of the “Navigating ADA & Workforce Accommodations will be held virtually. In times like these it’s important that you are informed with the most up to date information on how to navigate with the pandemic in the workplace. As a SHRM member there is information constantly being sent to us. We are posting whatever National and Local information we have on our Social Media. Regarding our programming we will doing all online until further notice
As of today March 24th of 2020 at 10:10am El Paso City & County Health Authorities issued a “Stay Home, Work Safe” Order. Click on the link to read more about it. In summary. The “Stay Home. Work Safe” order for El Paso will go in effect at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 and be in effect until further notice.
Some of the exceptions of the order will include, but are not limited to:
Last month, the words "Coronavirus & Social Distancing" were not even in our vocabulary. Today, through non-stop media coverage, most of us have become "experts" on pandemics, the spiky virus and the rising toll that it’s taking on our world. The world is shifting in an unprecedented way, but we are shifting together. Our Government, scientists and health organizations are collaborating like never before, they are also remaining unified & coordinating their efforts to bring some stability back to the world. It is important that during times like this, we also stay unified.
We must understand that tensions are going to escalate with people confined to a limited space day after day. Healthcare workers are going to feel overwhelmed and exhausted by the unexpected burden that has taken place. Our employees might be facing financial pressures related to loss of income, which can cause added stress & pressure to you as well.
We must be reminded that we are all in this together, it's going to be bumpy, but if we remain kind to each other we can prove that we are more united than what our world seems like right now.
EL PASO SHRM President, 2020
To learn more about the novel coronavirus and keep up with the latest developments, see the About Coronavirus Disease 2019 and CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions and Answers webpages.
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