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Our chapter actually did away with membership fees a couple years ago because we didn't have anything that the membership was paying for (no ROI). To make up for loss of chapter income for speaker fees, we increased our monthly membership fees slightly and have focused on bringing in quality speakers and topics to drive up monthly attendance. We also ...
In CT, any local chapter member can attend any other CT local chapter's meetings or events at that Chapter's member rate. There is no discount to become a member of another chapter. ------------------------------ Randall Chase SHRM-SCP, ACC DIrector, CT State SHRM Council ------------------------------
There are also state laws to consider. However, making a mandatory referral to an EAP is within the Er's right, I think. Then, the issues become - and always remain - job performance and reasonable accommodation. Bob O. -- Bob Orzechowski, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP < http://www.shrmcertification.org/digitalbadging > ------Original ...
Do any Chapter's offers special membership or meeting pricing for HR professionals who join chapters within the same state or regularly attend chapter meetings with multiple chapters within the same state? If so, how are the membership dues and meeting registrations structured or discounted? Sent from my iPhone
Hi Amy, Our chapter has guidelines for student members that doesn't quite match SHRM's. Our guidelines are: Student members are limited to those individuals who are (1) pursuing a course of learning leading to employment in the human resources field or a related profession; and (2) who are not actively employed in a human resource capacity. ...
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