Kedzie speaker at WCHRA

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Staff | April 28, 2014

LAKE GENEVA--State Sen. Neal Kedzie offered his opinion on the latest legislative session for an audience of the Walworth County Human Resources Association at their April meeting, held at the Geneva National Resort in Lake Geneva. Kedzie was the group's main speaker for the meeting.

The two-year legislative session ended April 1, and Kedzie gave an overview of what was passed during the current session. Attendees learned of the initiatives, including the Wisconsin Fast Forward program, designed to get more Wisconsinites back to work through training and other incentives.

The WCHRA is a professional organization for individuals involved in the human resource management profession.  Members include office managers, plant managers, human resource professionals and others involved in employee safety, recruiting and management.

Besides monthly meetings, WCHRA in conjunction with the Walworth County Economic Development Association publishes an annual county wage and benefit summary.  The association also provides scholarships to individuals pursuing the human resources field. 

The group's next meeting will be held May 20 at the Geneva National Resort, 1221 Geneva National Ave., Lake Geneva, and will feature Dick Sem, an expert in workplace security, as the speaker.  Sem will present “Workplace Violence Prevention, Mitigation and Response: a Hands-on Approach.” 

To attend the upcoming meeting or to learn more about the WCHRA, contact Kris Welsh at (262) 723-5445 or

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