Posts Tagged SHRM Membership
Last month, I had the pleasure of welcoming almost 1,000 of our Volunteer Leaders to SHRM’s Volunteer Leaders’ Business Meeting (VLBM). This was near-record attendance for this yearly event.
What is the value of a SHRM membership? Why should someone become a member? Even more, why should anyone maintain their membership?
Manager, Total Rewards, National Council on Compensation Insurance
Jennifer Gunter, SHRM-CP, studied public administration as an undergraduate with the intention of becoming a U.S. ambassador. She did become an ambassador—but for human resources.
Organizations thrive on information. Whether they are looking to keep customers happy, engage employees or increase revenue, one of the most valuable sources of information is feedback from those an organization directly impacts. SHRM is no exception.
Q. How did you get into HR as a profession?
I fell into the HR Profession. I had no idea what HR was when I went job hunting after being released from a company that was closing down and moving operations to another part of the Caribbean. I saw an advertisement in the local newspapers for a Human Resource Assistant and I applied and got the position.
HR + TV = A Winning Formula for the Profession
Raising awareness about the HR profession is one of SHRM’s most abiding missions. What better way to accomplish this than through the power of television – and through the voice of “real” HR professionals – not actors.
This week, SHRM was awarded a 2015 Gold MarCom Award for its 30-second TV spot “Working for Us,” which features three SHRM-certified members. The TV commercial is being shown on CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, FOX and Fox Business Network.
SHRM Announces SHRM Enterprise Solutions