Webinar: Remote Hiring Practices
Recorded On: 02/23/2023
Please join our panel of HR practitioners as they explore remote hiring policies and practices. They will explore how recruitment and retention practices differ with remote employees. Describe what remote hiring in practice will look like and what are the pros and cons? Please join us on February 23rd at 1:00 pm to learn more.
Malena Murray, Human Resources Director, City of Draper, UT
Trinija Martin, Deputy Director of Human Resources, Wake County, NC
David Parker, Director, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance - Title IX Coordinator, Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ
Yuri Zaich, Personnel Director, City of Los Angeles, CA
Malena Murray (Moderator)
Human Resources Director
City of Draper, UT
Malena Murray has more than 20 years HR experience in both private industry and public sector arenas, including higher education. She is an educator and facilitator. For the past five years she has worked in municipality as an HR leader focusing on change management initiatives and HR strategy development. She is a supporter and exhibitor of transformational leadership, i.e. inspiring and motivating others to make HR a great place for all employees. She is a life-long learner, believing that we all learn from each other. “Never stop learning.”
Deputy Director of Human Resources
Wake County, NC
As Wake County’s Deputy Human Resources Director and Sponsor of the DEI Committee, Trinija leads the organization’s HR operations strategy at a time of growth and transformation. Trinija oversees a team that manages work streams ranging from recruitment, organizational effectiveness to culture, diversity, equity and inclusion. She has 20+ years of strategic HR experience and has worked in both public and private industries for startups, local government, and fortune 500 companies.
She is a proven thought leader and serves on the Wake Invests in Women (WIIW) Steering Committee, Cigna’s Health Disparities Advisory Council, and the Local Government Credit (LGFCU) Union Advisory Council. She has served on GA Local Government Personnel Association (GLGPA) and GA Public Employer Labor Relations Association (GAPELRA) boards.
Director, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance - Title IX Coordinator
Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ
David has worked to further the practice of public risk management for over 30 years as a risk manager, regulator, and practice leader, and by actively supporting and serving on the boards of directors of national and local associations. David has championed management of risk for state and local government, higher education and special districts, and has worked with and supported public entities across the country in many different types and sizes of organization and leadership philosophies. He has been recognized several times for his commitment to the practice of public risk management including a fellowship to Kennedy School of Government, an international exchange, and as a recipient of PRIMA's Public Risk Manager of the Year and Pioneer Excellence awards.
City of Los Angeles
Yuri has served the City of Los Angeles since June 2006. She has over 15 years of HR experience working in the public sector. She currently serves as a Personnel Director with the Personnel Department, providing liaison HR services to the Information Technology Agency and Department of Neighborhood Empowerment. She manages a team that is responsible for providing guidance related to personnel matters, which includes: hiring - recruitment, selection, onboarding; employee relations; employee development and education; discipline; advising on City policies, provisions, and rules; grievances; and arbitrations. Yuri is also a trainer in the City’s CORE Supervisory Skills program. Her focus is on assisting supervisors and managers to successfully navigate the City’s disciplinary process. She is a member of PSHRA (IPMA) and maintains the certification as a Senior Certified Professional.
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