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    The Sheboygan Area Society for Human Resource Management is comprised of over 150 professional responsible for human resource administration and industrial relations. The group is comprised of individuals representing business and industry in Sheboygan, Manitowoc, and Ozaukee Counties. Membership in this chapter is limited to those professional who are engaged in human resource management and represent both private and public sector employment. The chapter has three categories of membership:

    Professional Member – Individuals actively engaged in bona fide human resource function (s). National SHRM membership is encouraged. Professional member shall have voting rights and may hold office.

    Consultant Member – Individuals who are actively engaged in advising, teaching or providing a human resource service or product. Membership shall be limited to consultant, attorneys, faculty members and suppliers. National SHRM membership is required. Consultant members shall have voting rights and may hold office.

    Associate Member – Individuals who do not meet the professional or consultant member requirements but have a bona fide interest in human resource management. Membership may include students, retired human resource professionals, employed or non-employed persons. Associate members shall have voting rights, but shall not hold office.

    Dues

    National SHRM Member - $60.00

    Not a National SHRM Member - $75.00

    Dues are prorated based on the month you were approved for membership. 

     

    Meetings

    Monthly meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month beginning in September and concluding in June. The Board of Directors under the guidance of the Program Committee coordinates meeting and speaker activities relative to applicable and timely subject content. Meeting are typically held in the morning, and breakfast is served.