by Katie Wattendorf
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Articles by SHRM Staff
SHRM’s HR Technology Conference opened today in Hyderabad, India on Thursday, April 26th with SHRM SHRM India CEO Achal Khanna and SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. welcoming attendees from around the globe.
Johnny set the tone of the conference by sharing that “Technology is changing the way we work today. Today one can work from anywhere, and at any time as per their convenience. Only those organizations who understand the value of human talent and human capital and innovate to attract the best talent will move forward, those who don’t will face a difficult future.”
Each year as National Volunteer Week approaches we think about how to express our gratitude to our 6,000+ SHRM Volunteer Leaders—each year this task seems more difficult than the year before.
SHRM Volunteer Leaders give their time, hard work, dedication, passion and heart to advancing the HR profession and for that we are eternally grateful. During this National Volunteer Week 2018 we wanted to find a special way to express our thanks.
View the video below—our thanks to the amazing, talented and selfless SHRM volunteers.
SHRM’s #Nextchat is one of the most engaging workplace-focused chats on twitter- bringing together HR professionals from across the world for an hour of networking, learning and sharing on topics that truly effect our workplace. Now, each week our #Nextchat Podcast series continues that conversation with our special guests.
Joann Waki Muna, SHRM-SCP, explains how HR can work effectively with union bullies and assist veterans with PTSD.
As an HR professional in 2018, where's the best place to expand your world? There is no better place than the 2018 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition where internationally-renowned speakers, who will offer fresh points of view and inspiring stories, will shift your perspectives and deepen your understanding of leadership, motivation and success.
Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, president and chief executive officer of the Society for Human Resource Management, was appointed chair of the President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) at a White House ceremony today.
SHRM board member David Windley discusses how unconscious bias can derail workplace diversity efforts.
SHRM CEO and President Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. traveled to Houston today for a speaking engagement Friday evening at the University of Houston. While in town it was a great opportunity to catch up with the remarkable leaders of SHRM’s Super Mega Chapter, HR Houston.