Risky Business: HR’s Role in Protecting Company Assets and Mitigating Risk
An investigation at your company involving fraud, a serious accident, intellectual property, or potential violence can quickly change company priorities and require HR’s partnership and guidance. Properly investigating and responding to these type situations is critical to minimizing loss and protecting company assets.
In this session you will learn from legal, safety, and security experts about:
SHRM BoCK Areas:
- HR’s role in helping managers recognize potential risk issues
- Why partnering with the experts to develop prevention strategies is key
- What HR needs to know to be a valued partner if an incident occurs
- Best practices for responding quickly, legally, and safely to minimize loss
HR Strategic Planning
Nancy Vepraskas, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, United Way of Greater Atlanta
Nancy Vepraskas is currently Senior Vice President of Human Resources for United Way of Greater Atlanta. She has served as a senior executive in Fortune 500 organizations as well as smaller companies. Her experience as a senior executive includes industries in the healthcare, energy, manufacturing, distribution and retail fields. Nancy has over 25 years of deep experience in human resources and leadership development and has also served as the chair of the SHRM-Atlanta board.
Ray Reese, Director of Security, Process & Occupational Safety, Colonial Pipeline Company
Ray is Director of Security, Process & Occupational Safety at Colonial Pipeline Company. His responsibilities include providing leadership direction and oversight of Colonial’s Safety & Security operations. He is past Chairman of the Department of Homeland Security Oil and Natural Gas Sector Coordinating Counsel. Ray is a regular contributor at Classified Intelligence Forums in Washington, DC and has a top-secret security clearance.
Scott Hilsen, Managing Director in the Atlanta office, KPMG
Scott is a Managing Director in the Atlanta office of KPMG’s Forensic Advisory Services practice and has over 23 years of legal and investigatory experience. He is a lawyer and a Certified Fraud Examiner, and he focuses on regulatory compliance, fraud investigations, litigation support, and e-discovery. Prior to joining KPMG, Scott was a partner in an AmLaw Top 50 Law Firm where he practiced securities and business litigation and conducted internal investigations.
Stephanie A. Perilli, Senior Director of Medical and Health Management, The Home Depot
Stephanie Perilli is currently the Senior Director of Medical and Health Management for The Home Depot. She has enterprise-wide responsibility for overall strategy, design and implementation of evidence based programs impacting the health & wellness of greater than 350,000 associates across North America. She leads a large team of internal and external healthcare professionals to deliver world class solutions.
7:00 am - 7:30 am: Registration, Networking & Breakfast
7:30 am - 9:00 am: Announcements & Panel Discussion
Advanced Registration Deadline: May 2, 2017
Cancellation Deadline: May 9, 2017
(Note: To help defray event costs and allow us to continue providing value-added programming, Power Breakfasts will include a registration fee for both members and future members.)
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