State Council Members Only. Click here for the Expense Reimbursement Form
On Wednesday, May 22, 2018, NCSHRM will hold its annual Day in the District. From 8:00 to 11:00 that morning, attendees will meet at the Marriott Raleigh Center City. During this morning session, attendees will be served a continental breakfast and will receive valuable advocacy training.
We will then head to the North Carolina General Assembly, where we will meet with our legislators from our respective districts and share our human resources talking points. We will also be providing boxed lunches to our legislators during these meetings.
Do you have questions about the event or wish to pass along issues or concerns (or messages of appreciation) to our elected officials on behalf of our profession? If so, please contact Melissa Mills, NCSHRM Governmental Affairs, at email@example.com.
This is an opportunity for you to directly participate in the democratic process on behalf of the human resources industry in North Carolina. Our legislators are not human resource professionals and they value our input and perspectives on issues which impact the citizens and businesses they represent. If you have participated in SHRM’s Capitol Hill visits, you know that advocacy is enjoyable and worthwhile.
Day in the District has the added benefits of being not only free of charge but also offers SHRM and HRCI credit for all attendees! Don’t miss out on this opportunity -- plan to join us and register today!
Congratulations and THANK YOU from the SHRM Foundation!
A big THANK YOU for your support of the SHRM Foundation in 2018. Specials recognition to the NCSHRM State Council for ranking #7 overall in foundation giving and to our Top 25 chapters - Raleigh Metro SHRM, Charlotte Area SHRM and the Alamance County HRA!.
For more info click HERE.
LCFHRA SHRM-Certification course now open for registration. Click here for details
Congratulations to Lake Norman HR recipient of the Pinnacle Award by SHRM
Read more about it here
Congratulations N2 Publishing and Rho, Inc !!!!
SHRM has announced the winners of the 2018 When Work Works Award. The winners provide insight into the practices of effective and flexible workplaces and emerging trends. There are 97 award winners from 35 states and the District of Columbia. Workplace flexibility was a common theme among winners, inspiring innovative efforts to develop strong teams and supportive workplace cultures. The winners embrace building positive work environments, promoting workplace learning, growing talent in their communities, and providing customized work schedules that support the needs of businesses and employees.
Congratulations to North Carolina Winners:
N2 Publishing - Wilmington, NC
Publishing, Broadcasting, Other Media
Worksite Employees: 248
Rho, Inc. - Chapel Hill, NC
Services – Professional, Scientific, Technical
Worksite Employees: 250
The When Work Works Award is part of SHRM’s When Work Works project, a national initiative to help businesses of all sizes and types become more successful by transforming the way they view and adopt effective and flexible workplaces. To learn more about the winners:
Read SHRM’s press release HERE
See emerging trends from winners HERE
View winners by state HERE
Read winner best practices HERE
Here are our 2018 NCSHRM Awards Winners
Congratulations to you all!
NCSHRM Awards Committee: Robert Guy, Sarah Rachels, Ellen Slane
NCSU offering Business Essentials course in Raleigh. See more information here
SHRM Live Panel Events for 2018
SHRM will be hosting a series of live panel events in 2018, led by SHRM's CEO Johnny Taylor. To see when these events take place, click this link
Workplace Harassment - New Challenges for HR
As allegations of workplace harassment are becoming more common, a focus on training, policies and support tools can help HR prevent and respond to harassment claims. SHRM has developed some useful online resources and perspectives at the following links:
SHRM Workplace Harassment Resources
SHRM and Member Perspectives on Sexual Harassment
Our own NCHRStrategies subsidiary is exploring ways that we can provide advice to employers and HR professionals at the state level in our role as “The Human Resource Voice in North Carolina.” If you have suggestions or would like to join the conversation, please contact your District Director or one of the NCSHRM officers.
Have You Seen What Lake Norman HR Got Going On?
If not, Check out their line up here
Calling all CLA's
Are you one of our many chapter Core Leadership Area (CLA) in North Carolina? If so, you have GOT to sit through one of the webinars provided by SHRM. Follow the link below to a full listing of webinars listed by CLA category. https://community.shrm.org/vlrc/resources-shrm/viewvlrcarticle?DocumentKey=02e211b0-fcc8-4ad2-8c5a-013cec06fd24
Interested in marketing and sponsorship opportunities at one of our events?
Take a look at our 2017 Marketing Brochure, or email Business Education Director Beth Shore. We are excited to work with you in 2018 as we continue to move North Carolina forward!
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Relay Conference Captioning
Now, deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals can participate in meetings, phone calls, videoconferences and multi-party conference calls with Relay Conference Captioning (RCC) from Relay North Carolina. http://www.ncrelaycc.com/northcarolina/