Small businesses and startups need more than just profits or investors to keep growing. Finding the right people to help them realize their vision is paramount. Unfortunately, human resources rules and regulations have to be considered and can be a barrier to moving forward. If you want to hire the very best people without a hassle, we invite you to hear from a panel of HR experts at a free GGU event: Mastering Human Resource Management for Small Businesses & Startups. Hosted by GGU’s Ageno School of Busines, the event is open to GGU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the general public.
The event will be s. A networking opportunity and refreshments will follow the panel presentation.
Katya Korepanova is an alumna of GGU’s Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology program and currently leads HR and Culture at Leanplum—where she builds culture, onboarding, employee relations, and benefits programs. Leanplum is the most complete mobile marketing platform, designed for intelligent action. Their integrated solution delivers meaningful engagement across messaging and the in-app experience. Leanplum offers Messaging, Automation, App Editing, Personalization, A/B Testing, and Analytics.
Doug Devlin is an alumnus of the GGU Master of Business Administration program and CEO of Zuman. Zuman was founded in 2012 with a simple mission: to transform the people operations experience and help employees grow their companies. Zuman provides the premium single-source cloud solution for human resources, payroll, benefits administration, and talent management for better people operations.
Meet our moderator
LouAnn Conner is the Director of the Small Business Program at GGU, where she develops and leads programs supporting the success of up-and-coming small businesses. The proud recipient of Outstanding GGU Adjunct of 2015, LouAnn is Founder of SagaciousThink, LLC. LouAnn teaches a variety of courses in International Business and Strategy, Context of Business, Managerial Analysis and Team Dynamics and Entrepreneurship.
Again, this event is absolutely free and we invite you to register online.