Joy Pittman

Joy Pittman is a Senior Professional in Human Resources and SHRM Senior Certified Professional. Joy is a Human Resources and Management consultant and founder of JVP Legacy, a New Jersey-based consulting firm supporting small to mid-sized businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Joy’s human resources management experience spans fourteen years and includes senior leadership positions in education, healthcare, social services, real estate management, and corporate finance.

  • Human resources and management consultant
  • Founder of HR For The Culture, a New Jersey-based HR outsource and staffing firm supporting start-ups and small businesses
  • Over fifteen years of human resources management experience, including senior leadership positions in education, healthcare, social services, real estate management, and corporate finance
  • SPHR and SHRM-SCP certified
  • Serves on the Advisory Board for the Transformational Leadership Program at Pace University - Lubin School of Business
  • Bachelor’s in Economics from The City College of New York
  • Master’s in HR Management from Capella University
  • JD candidate at Rutgers University
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  1. COVID-19 And Clarifying The Roles of HR And Operations
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    COVID-19 And Clarifying The Roles of HR And Operations

    Human resources and organizational effectiveness consultant Joy Pittman will help you create a concrete plan for improving the relationship between human resources and operations. You will learn how to foster collaboration in defining and executing responsibilities.

    What You'll Learn

    • What are the traditional roles of human resources and operations?
    • How have these roles been affected by COVID-19?
    • How should you reassign roles based on your organization’s needs?
    • How can you build consensus around the change?
    • What are the best methods for keeping employees engaged?

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