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Nonprofit HR Staff Story
Samantha L. Justice, PHR, SHRM-CP, CPCC, ACC
How do you see HR changing in the 5-10 years?
Technology will help turn our talent management ideas into viable, tangible techniques that we can assess and implement much more quickly. That will apply to so many different functions of HR.
What was your favorite thing to do as a kid?
My parents and I would take a week-long beach vacation each summer and various family members would join us including my fun, wise-cracking grandmother. We’d go sometime around my July birthday so there was always a celebration and/or surprises in store. I never knew who was going to show up!
“In your most stressful moments at work, home or anywhere else, focus on the end goal, do right by others along the way and don’t miss the lessons to be learned in the process.”
What’s a fun fact about you?
I’m a portrait photographer and have loved the art since I was a teenager. Truly, I love capturing people’s real expressions and authenticity.
Samantha L. Justice joined Nonprofit HR’s Outsourcing practice in 2013, bringing with her several years’ HR generalist experience. Building upon those years, Samantha is now a creative thought partner in her consulting approach; she supports her clients not only through the essentials of labor law compliance, workforce planning and navigating employee relations, but also through the development of recruiting and onboarding strategies, assessments of health benefit and compensation equity and with managing employee performance and development. Read Samantha’s full bio.
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