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Today we are talking about navigating HR to plan your maternity (or paternity) leave. This can be an insanely overwhelming process, with so much fine print. So where do you start, and what should you be looking out for in order to avoid unfortunate surprises during postpartum? Katy Dahl is tell us more. Check it out!
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November 4th: Thrive With Your Newborn full day workshop – for expectant parents
November 5th: Rethinking Prenatals (to support physiology and promote birth ownsership) full day workshop – for doulas and birth professionals
Workshops will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Katy Dahl is a human resource professional who has been working in the profession since 2006. Katy specializes in the areas of compliance, risk management, and leadership coaching. She earned a master of science degree in management from Minot State University, a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification, a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional certification, and is a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching certified Coach. Katy is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the American Association of School Personnel Administrators. Katy currently serves as the Human Resource Director for a k-12 public school district and consults as a leadership coach and investigator. She lives in Minot, North Dakota. You can contact her at kdahlscc [at] gmail [dot] com.
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