Do you own a business and have employees?
Are you in the human resources profession?
Need an opportunity to bounce ideas around with someone neutral?
If so, then join the Union County Human Resources Association on the first Wednesday of each month to network with other human resources professionals and learn about the latest trends, law changes, and topics affecting your business. For more information about the luncheons contact the Union County Chamber of Commerce at 704-289-4567. Luncheons are held at the Union County Chamber of Commerce at 903 Skyway Drive in Monroe.
Q: How can membership in a local chapter help me?
A: By joining a local SHRM-affiliated chapter, you'll gain access to:
- HR professionals and companies in the community
- Local professional development opportunities
- Up-to-date information on legislation
- HR directors, managers, generalists and specialists who are glad to share information
- Relationships and contacts with other local companies
- The opportunity to obtain PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification credits
- Leadership skills opportunities
Q: As an SHRM member, am I automatically a member of a local chapter?
A: No. SHRM membership is separate from membership in a local chapter. Each chapter has its own membership application process and dues structure.
Q: As a member of my local chapter, am I automatically an SHRM member?
A: No. Please see the previous answer. To join SHRM, please visit www.shrm.org/join.
Q: When I join a local chapter, should I notify SHRM?
A: Yes. Upon membership in your local chapter, please contact SHRM to update your member record. This is important because your local chapter receives financial support from SHRM based on your membership.
Q: Can I still join UCHRA if I am an unemployed or laid off HR Professional?
A: Yes, of course! In fact, that is probably the best possible place for you to be if you are unemployed or under-employed. Being active in UCHRA allows you to network with other HR professionals, learn about job openings, and stay current with HR trends that are emerging. Being a part of a local SHRM Chapter also shows you are committed to continuing education, as many of UCHRA's sessions are approved for the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) credit.
Why Wait? Join today.
For membership info contact Helen Moore at email@example.com.