How an ethical culture and employee happiness are the keys to success

March 12, 2014 - March 12, 2014   2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

“Values drive behavior and therefore need to be consciously stated, but they also need to be affirmed by actions.” - CHARLES D. KERNS, PHD, MBA 

Join us as we discuss why ethics are important to your bottom line, why being ethical is so hard, how culture affects ethics and why "heart" and "head" are important elements of any ethical program.

Event Agenda
2:00 - 2:30 Welcome
2:30 - 4:00 Presentation
4:00 - 5:00 Happy Hour


Tammeron Trujillo
Director of Human Resource Services
Prior to becoming Mountain States Employer’s Council’s Director of Human Resource Services in January 2010 Tammeron Trujillo had been the Manager of MSEC’s Flex Staff Services since 2005 where she managed a staff of human resource professionals to provide onsite, hands on assistance to members. Additionally Tammeron had been the Manager of Employee Opinion Surveys at Mountain States Employers Council (MSEC) since 2002.  Tammeron partnered with member organizations to develop, administer, and report results of employee surveys.  

Tammeron was a member of MSEC’s Human Resource Services staff from 1992 through 2001.  She worked with a variety of employers on human resource issues such as policy development, employee relations and compensation and benefits systems.  She also conducted training for supervisors and other professionals on various human resource challenges.

Prior to joining MSEC, she worked in human resources and training in the not-for-profit and retail industries.  She received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Northern Colorado, and Masters of Education with an emphasis in Human Resource Studies from Colorado State University. Tammeron is also certified as a Senior Human Resources Professional (SPHR) since 1997 and a Global Human Resources Professional (GPHR) since 2005.

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