Generational differences in the workplace next topic in community speaker series

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Kevin Brozovich.

Brozovich

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Two human resource consultants will co-present about generational differences in the workplace at the upcoming Mercantile Bank of Michigan Breakfast Speaker Series hosted by the Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University.

Kevin Brozovich, founder and chief people officer, and Jacob Bradley, people advisor, both of HRM Innovations, will speak at 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 17, in 2150 Schneider Hall.

The event is free and open to the public and begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (269) 387-6059 or at wmich.edu/business/mercantile-rsvp. Free parking is available at Fetzer Center Lot 72F.

HRM Innovations

HRM Innovations is a Kalamazoo-based human resources consulting, training and recruiting firm that specializes in helping organizations. HRM develops great workplaces by creating HR systems that lead to dynamic cultural change. The company's goal is the transform businesses, no matter the size, from being a place to work into being the place to work.

Brozovich and Bradley

Brozovich helps his clients create work environments that are great places to work for all types of individuals. He has been working the field of human resources for 28 years. Brozovich has a bachelor's degree in human resources and business management and has been SPHR certified since 2000.

Jacob Bradley

Bradley

Bradley has several years of human resource experience. He has a bachelor's degree in behavior analysis and a master's degree in industrial/organizational psychology. He is currently working toward his Ph.D. in psychology with a focus on industrial/organizational behavior management at WMU.

The Haworth College of Business

WMU's Haworth College of Business, one of the largest schools of business in the United States, is the academic home to more than 3,500 undergraduate students majoring in 18 specialized areas of business. An additional 500 graduate students study business administration and accountancy.

The Haworth College of Business is among an elite group of fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide that are accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate levels by the AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It is among a select 1 percent of business schools worldwide that have additional specialized AACSB accreditation for their accountancy programs.

Upcoming presentations

  • Jan. 26, Peter Gistelinck, president and CEO, Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra
  • Feb. 23, Tim Lester, head coach, WMU Football

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