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AITP Pgh Chapter December Meeting

Silvioni's Restaurant (North Hills) 2125 Babcock Blvd Pittsburgh, PA , Pittsburgh, PA 15209 (map)

AITP December Meeting – HR Fun with Dave Baker

If it’s December in Pittsburgh, then it’s time for Dave Baker to speak to AITP on an HR subject at Silvioni’s Restaurant in the North Hills. You will not want to miss this knowledgeable and entertaining speaker who will keep you engaged for the whole presentation.

We will also have a game of some type where there will be a number of prizes.

RSVP with your dinner selection to [masked]

REGISTRATION FOR THIS MEETING IS BY EMAIL ONLY. Be sure to select your dinner choice with your email reservation. $24 charge includes dinner. Pay at the registration table.

Chicken Parmigiana

Baked Ziti

Broiled Cod

Grilled Chicken Salad

Eggplant Parmigiana


It’s two hours – RIGHT???

60 Shades of Gray – Why I’ll be working at age 70 – it’s not what you think!

Today starts the rest of your life!

Success – the clues behind Empirical Evidence

Goals – Start early – finish late

Energy – it’s not just a gas thing – although it is electric

Do what you love – you won’t work a day in your life

This is a stick up – your money or your life

When to start looking for a job

What is the best age to retire

Date: Monday, Dec 11, 2017

Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Silvioni’s Restaurant

2125 Babcock Blvd

Pittsburgh, PA 15209

Cost: $24 (pay at door)

Parking: Free and available in their lot

Note: Please remember, when registering we treat it as a confirmed reservation. As such, if you do not cancel your reservation by Friday December 8th, you will be billed for the $24.

ALL reservations for this meeting MUST come through email.

RSVP with your dinner selection to [masked]

David J. Baker, SPHR

Founder, President & CEO Human Capital Advisors


David J. Baker, the Founder, President and CEO of Human Capital Advisors, has almost 30 years of corporate and executive entrepreneurial leadership and business experience spanning multiple industries and functions. He is particularly adept at linking human capital strategy and operations with organizational goals and objectives. His first book, The Everything HR Kit was published in August 2010 by the American Management Association.

Prior to forming and launching Human Capital Advisors, Dave established and led the Human Capital Solutions practice for Adams Capital Management, one of the largest venture capital firms in the country. He was accountable for all executive, management and professional assessment, coaching, recruitment and talent programs in the US. He served as the internal HR consultant to the entire portfolio of companies. Services comprised implementing a broad range of HR initiatives including: executive coaching, recruitment and selection, compensation, benefits, training, workforce development, and leadership and organization development. Prior to Adams Capital Dave was the Director of Human Resources for ADC Telecommunications in Minneapolis and earlier in his career was the first human resources executive for WQED Communications, home of Mister Rogers, the National Geographic Specials, Project Literacy, The Infinite Voyage, and numerous other national productions. ! Dave started his career with the Swiss Aerospace company, Contraves Goerz where he was the HR Manager for their Charlotte, North Carolina operations.

Dave holds an MA in Human Resource Management from Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA and a BA in Psychology and Industrial Relations from Saint Vincent College. Dave has served on the Board of Directors for McGuire Home, the Pittsburgh Human Resource Association the Marcellus Resource Group and the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association and other organizations focused on advancing the field of human resource management.

He is a frequent speaker on current human capital best practices, including effective executive coaching in a dynamic market, metrics and analytics, compliance and litigation, human capital technology, and the impact of changing workforce demographics.

In 2003, Dave was awarded Lifetime Distinction as a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the Society of Human Resource Management in Alexandria, Virginia, which recognizes extraordinary leadership within the human resources profession.


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