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Dear Members,

It is the inspiration of the Olympic Games that drives people not only to compete but to improve, and to bring lasting spiritual and moral benefits to the athlete and inspiration to those lucky enough to witness the athletic dedication”.

Herb Elliott
 (Australian middle-distance Runner, world record holder in the 1.500 meter race (1958-67) and the mile race (1958-62)

As we enjoy the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, we are reminded that the difference between gold, silver and bronze is often only in one hundredth of a second. As business leaders you make a difference in all the things you accomplish in a day. To get the gold medal results you desire and deserve take time to look at the little things you do as you might be seconds away from reaching your results!

Networking Luncheon– We look forward to seeing our members at your Networking Luncheon tomorrow Wednesday, February 12, 2014. We ask that you please wear your personal company name tag with your title for networking opportunities and bring plenty of your business cards.  Thank you to all sponsors that we encourage you to stop and visit their information tableThank you to Our Main Sponsors, The Otesaga Resort Hotel and The National Baseball Hall of Fame and our table sponsors, Key Bank, NA, Southside Mall, Mang Insurance Agency, Unishippers, Jason Tabor Principal Financial Group, Biertiz Agency Inc., Tri County Young Professionals and The Village Printer will be featured.  As a bonus at this Networking Luncheon, the National Baseball Hall of Fame is providing tickets to visit their museum following the luncheon or at your leisure to help celebrate their 75th anniversary. This Networking Luncheon will take place at The Otesaga Resort Hotel at 60 Lake Street, Cooperstown, NY starting at 11:45a.m. -1:30p.m.


JSEC is sponsoring a Workplace Investigations seminar, being held on February 27 & March 12, from 9am-4pm, at the Holiday Inn, in Oneonta, presented by Marie-Loree Allen, SPHR the Director of Human Resources at Otsego County Chapter, NYSARC.  This two day seminar will provide an understanding of the tools needed to plan and conduct interviews, gather, organize and review different types of evidence, draw appropriate conclusions, document an investigation and make the right recommendations for actions. Participants will learn crucial interview techniques to gather relevant information and how to recognize deceptive behavior. Gathering information from people who have evidence relevant to an investigation is critical for investigations. You have to know how to ask the right person, the right question, at the right time and in the right place.  Cost is $135 per person for both days. Class size is limited; so register early (deadline is February 19th) please call (607)432-4800 ext. 103, or e-mail: [email protected]


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