We are a government relations, publishing, and marketing firm located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. We specialize in water, power, and agricultural issues. Established in 2009 by one man with a handful of clients, our firm has steadily grown to a double-digit staff serving many across the nation. Our success model is simple: exceptional service to our clients.
Today, we publish three magazines circulated to over 20,000 people, and our website serves as a clearinghouse for requests, proposals, and job listings published by water agencies and irrigation districts throughout the western United States.
Water Strategies LLC is organizing Leaders' Training to provide a series of certified professional development opportunities to personnel in the irrigation, municipal, and hydrogeneration industry sectors. All training sessions are virtual, 2 hours in length, and scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Eastern, 12:00 p.m. Central, 11:00 a.m. Mountain, and 10:00 a.m. Pacific.
Human Resources Compliance Manager certification program:
In this training series, we will tackle crucial issues in the web of human resources rules and regulations. This program is aimed at providing managers with the skills to navigate the employee relationship, utilize alternative dispute resolution tactics, outline the steps in workplace investigations, and implement a termination when it is time.
March 18: Employee Handbooks: Providing Guidelines While Mitigating Risk
The employee handbook is often the basis for new employees’ first impression of their employer. What does yours say about your organization? Federal, state, and local employment laws challenge the most experienced human resources professionals; are you compliant?
March 25: Collecting the Necessary, Saving the Required, and Destroying the Rest
Employment records are often overwhelming. While there is often a lack of space for these records, can you afford to throw them out? Learn more about the recordkeeping rules that employers must follow to be compliant with federal, state, and local employment laws.
Training fee: $250.00 per individual
Diane Campanile, SHRM-SCP, has more than 20 years of Human Resources experience in federal and state regulatory compliance, workplace investigations, employee relations, performance management, employee handbook development/implementation, and employee benefits and compensation benchmarking. She received her formal education from West Chester University, The Wharton School of Business, and Villanova University. Diane is currently enrolled in Tulane Law School.
In October of 2010, we published our first issue of Irrigation Leader magazine. We publish 10 issues per year, with July/August and November/December combined. In addition to mailing out over 11,000 subscriptions, we deliver Irrigation Leader to every irrigation district in the 17 western states, and we make our publication available digitally for free.
Our largest demographic? Irrigating farmers.
MUNICIPAL WATER LEADER
The first issue of Municipal Water Leader magazine was published in July of 2015. We publish 10 issues per year, with July/August and November/December as combined issues to nearly 11,000 individuals. We deliver Municipal Water Leader to every municipal water provider in all 50 states with an annual budget over ten million dollars. Additionally, the magazine is mailed to every governor, member of congress, and state legislator.
The first issue of Hydro Leader magazine was published in September of 2020. Hydro Leader focuses on the people and solutions responsible for maintaining and improving our most reliable renewable energy source. The magazine is printed 10 times each year with combined issues in July/August and November/December. The magazine is is mailed to recipients free of charge. Our mailing list includes all hydroelectric facility owners in the United States and hydro-related businesses. In addition, every member of Congress and governor’s office is on the mailing list.
Our website serves as a clearinghouse for requests for proposals and job listings published by water agencies and irrigation districts throughout the United States. We post jobs at no charge both on the Irrigation Leader magazine and website.