Poteau, OK, April 30, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The web site at patkelleyauthor.net features Kelley's non-fiction books and articles focusing on how-to information about hiring and supervising employees. Also featured are Kelley's fiction books, all of which are set in Arkansas and Oklahoma. "Homecoming" tells the story of a local journalist who learns the hard way how her stories affect her friends and family. Payback features a human resources director dealing with a series of crises both at work and in her personal life.
The Rich Mountain series is set in the Rich Mountain and Mena area and features characters who are Vietnam Veterans, and a lead character who is working in human resources.
Kelley, who is now retired, worked in human resource management positions for more than forty years. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and has delivered management training programs to thousands of company employees. For more than fifteen years she also taught graduate level HR and management classes to Master's level students at Webster University's Fort Smith campus.
"My goal with the non-fiction work is to give managers straight-forward, step-by-help with their HR problems," Kelley said. "And while the fiction is entertaining, it is also instructive and is based on my own HR experiences.
Kelley lived and worked in Fort Smith, Ark. for twenty-two years before retiring. For more information about her books, free articles and resources, or to book her for a personal appearance, go to patkelleyauthor.net or call 1-877-794-5990.
Pat Kelley, SPHR, is available for feature articles and columns focusing on 'how-to' advice on hiring and managing. She is a past two-term president of the Society of Human Resource Management of Western Arkansas (SHRMWA), and is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management. For questions or additional information about this press release, call her at 877-794-5990 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.