The Chamber is welcoming Merle Norman, a cosmetic studio, to 310 Mill Street in Danville on Thursday, September 10 at 4 p.m. Merle Norman will provide light refreshments and is running a Grand Opening Special from September 10-18. The special includes a free express makeover or facial, free gift with purchase and entrance to win a beauty shopping spree
Tina Welch has been a corporate Human Resources leader for more than 20 years. In that time, she was able to position HR policies and practices in a strategic manner that enabled her organizations to achieve their corporate goals while creating an outstanding work environment for employees. She was able to help organizations grow from 50 to over 400 employees, locally and internationally, and has lived in the shoes of a growing business. Tina left the corporate world with a mission to help many other organizations across Central PA accomplish the same thing. Welch Performance Consulting was founded on the principals that motivated and engaged employees drive motivated and engaged customers who in turn love to buy from the company, creating success and happiness for all.
Welch Performance Consulting offers a full range of HR support for organizations that not only create great workplaces but also improve HR metrics creating a return to client’s bottom line. Services fall into 3 categories:
• Corporate Strategy Development which includes development of organization’s vision, mission and values, corporate governance structure, and facilitating strategic planning.
• HR Process Assessments of HR functions from recruitment and selection, through on-boarding and orientation, performance management and employee development programs, compensation and benefit assessments, and reward and recognition programs.
• HR Legal Compliance which includes HR audits, handbook development, policy review, employment law compliance, coaching and guidance regarding difficult employee issues.
Growing organizations frequently do not have dedicated HR professionals on staff and benefit from WPC’s guidance and coaching of the company’s leaders and staff assigned this important role. HR departments in need of outsourcing projects to keep on task also find value in WPC’s assistance.
WPC approaches HR from a strategic perspective and a customized approach. Any work done for an organization must be tailored to align with the goals of the organization. This comes from listening to the company to understand what they want to achieve and then delivering the work in a manner that helps them achieve their goals.
WPC’s work has helped our clients achieve numerous awards such as Best Places to Work in PA, the Wall Street Journal’s Best Small Workplace award, awards recognizing healthy workplaces and outstanding workplaces for women to name a few.
Tina and her family are new to Bloomsburg and have a legacy of supporting their community. They have every intention of contributing significantly to the local area as well. In their previous community the Welch’s were active with the YMCA, United Way, Boy Scouts and youth sports leagues, the local school board, volunteer fire department, the Chamber of Commerce, and Leadership Centre County. This year both Tina and her husband, Steve, are continuing that tradition by participating in the 2015-2016 class of Leadership Central Penn; and WPC has already become active in the Chamber’s events and local professional groups.
WPC serves businesses in the entire central PA area and in any industry. They are passionate about helping organizations and teaching them how they can be great places to work.
To learn more about Welch Performance Consulting visit welchperformanceconsulting.com
Barletta Breakfast: Congressman Lou Barletta spoke to members of the Columbia Montour Chamber of Commerce and Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau at a breakfast meeting held Thursday, August 27, 2015 at the Greenly Center in Downtown Bloomsburg. Barletta discussed the Iran Nuclear Deal, transportation funding, a proposed increase to the minimum wage, and Pennsylvania’s budget impasse.
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The Chamber will be welcoming Xtreme Row to 131 W Front Street in Berwick on Saturday, August 29th. The celebration begins at 9 a.m. with a Training For Warriors Hurricane. The Chamber will be on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:15 a.m. and Xtreme Row will be holding four more training sessions throughout the day.
All sessions will be $10 per person with 100% of those fees donated to the Berwick Food Program!
The Berwick Food Program, provided by For The Cause NEPA (FTC) collaborates with local organizations to distribute food items to students, families, and individuals-in-need. Partnerships with local schools, soup kitchens, and charities have helped FTC serve more than 25,000 supplemental meals since the start of the 2014-2015 school year.
Additionally, Xtreme Row will be holding a basket raffle featuring great prizes from many local businesses! If you would like to donate a gift for this raffle, please email email@example.com.
Xtreme Row will be making a matching donation of up to $500 raised on this day!
Bason Coffee Roasting will host a formal ribbon cutting ceremony on August 28 at 8:30 a.m. The Columbia Montour Chamber, Danville Business Alliance and Central PA Chamber will be on hand to welcome the business to 14 Rear East Mahoning Street in Danville. Enjoy fresh roasted coffee, light refreshments and a free sample of ground coffee with any purchase.
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