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©SHRM 2012 Dianna Gould SPHR, Pacific West Field Services Director and Tanya Covert, ID State Council Director The Solution is SHRM
©SHRM 2012 Agenda About SHRM SHRM Globally SHRM’s Mission Advancing the Profession HR Certification Institute and SHRM Foundation Serving the Professional SHRM Education Networking ID State Council ID Affiliated Chapters Q & A Contact SHRM 2
©SHRM 2012 About SHRM Founded as the American Society for Personnel Administration (ASPA) in 1948. ASPA became the Society for Human Resource Management in 1989 to reflect the organization’s broadening scope. Since SHRM’s 50th anniversary in 1998, the membership has grown from 90,000 to more than 258,000 today. Members represent all functional areas, industries and titles. Membership is individual. Discounted student membership is available for individuals enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester in HR coursework. Active members who may be transitioning between jobs and are up for renewal may qualify for a one-year free membership. There are more than 575 chapters nationally and over 6000 volunteers participating in SHRM activities. 3
©SHRM 2012 SHRM Globally SHRM is the world’s largest professional HR association. Members reside in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., US Territories and in more than 140 countries. SHRM has an office in Mumbai, India, and operates under the name of SHRM India. SHRM also has a representative office in Beijing, China, that helps identify opportunities and build relationships. SHRM is a member and current Secretariat of the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations (WFPMA) and the Coalition of Human Resource Management Associations (COHRMA). 4
©SHRM 2012 Mission 5 Over 258,000 members strong, SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. SHRM is the global HR professional organization serving human resource professionals, media, governments, non-governmental organizations, businesses and academic institutions. Our mission: > Build and sustain partnerships to address people management challenges that influence the effectiveness and sustainability of their organizations and communities. > Provide a community for sharing expertise and creating innovative solutions on people management issues. > Deliver thought leadership, education and research > Serve as an advocate and a resource to ensure that policy makers, law makers and regulators are aware of key people concerns facing organizations and the human resource profession.
©SHRM 2012 SHRM is the Solution Wide array of professional development products and services World-class conferences Easy access to expert HR advisors and fellow members Comprehensive website > Effective and best practices > Sample forms, policies and job descriptions > Metrics calculators > HR jobs > Legal and regulatory news > In-depth and wide-ranging research articles Award-winning publications Abundant networking and volunteer opportunities Countless reliable resources for HR professionals 6
©SHRM 2012 Advocacy www.shrm.org/advocacy Stay on top of the most current legislative information—both federal and state – with articles, webcasts, alerts and more! Take an active role in shaping laws that directly impact HR professionals Participate in the political process through the HRVoice program and website Get direct links to state legislative pages Write state legislators directly from SHRM.org Get Involved 7
©SHRM 2012 Exercise Your HR Voice Write your elected officials 8
©SHRM 2012 Advocacy A member-driven program, to establish a key contact in each of the 435 Congressional districts over the next five years Rolled out incrementally over five years Idaho is a 2012 Advocacy Target State SHRM Government Affairs to inform and train SHRM’s key contacts, known as District Captains, and HR Advocates > best practices for contacting, meeting with and building lasting relationships with legislators and staff in their home districts. www.shrm.org/Advocacy The SHRM Advocacy Team 9
©SHRM 2012 Human Resource Certification Institute www.hrci.org Has certified more than 100,000 HR professionals in over 70 countries Member discounts available on exam fee and learning materials through SHRMStore Ability to test your knowledge using the online assessment exam Testing centers located all over the world Exams offered each May/June and December/January The CA Certification builds on your knowledge of federal laws Certifying body for the PHR, SPHR, GPHR and California state-specific exams 10
©SHRM 2012 Certification www.hrci.org Prepare for certification with these self-directed learning tools: Apply your skills and experience as you learn new material. SHRM Learning System ® – For the Professional in Human Resources (PHR ® ) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR ® ) certification exams. Those that use this consistently exceed the national pass rate. SHRM Global Learning System ® – HR professionals with international and cross-border responsibilities can prepare for the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR ® ) exam California Learning System ® – HR professionals who practice in California or do business within the state gain information about laws and practices to prepare for PHR-CA/SPHR-CA exams 11
©SHRM 2012 SHRM Foundation www.shrm.org/foundation Research grants Effective Practice Guidelines - free to members Regional Scholarship program ($100,000 annually) shrm.org/foundation/educationgrants.asp Educational DVDs Online guide to HR academic programs Annual giving campaign Scholarships 80 Certification Scholarships ($750 each) 20 Academic Scholarships ($2,000 each) 5 Barbara Sanchez Scholarships (for members in the media industry, $1,500 each) 12
©SHRM 2011 Expert HR Advisors Contact the HR Knowledge Center by: > Phone: 800-283-7476, available 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET > Email: Complete the form online > Online location: SHRM » Templates and Tools » Ask an HR Advisor 13 Make an informed decision with help from the HR Knowledge Center 20 full-time certified HR professionals waiting for your HR question! ASK US ANYTHING!
©SHRM 2012 Templates and Tools www.shrm.org/templatestools/expressrequests A self-service tool that allows you to request and receive information on a wide variety of HR topics via immediate email Express Request responses are available 24/7 Topics include > Audits, attitude surveys, behavioral interviewing > Salary surveys > Seasonal topics (like March Madness) > HR Careers and Job searches > Links to law firms' newsletters; directories for locating employment lawyers for each state > HR competencies, HR career development and more Express Requests 14
©SHRM 2012 Serving the HR Professional 24/7 access www.shrm.org.www.shrm.org Log in to access member protected pages on the Web site by using your eight-digit member ID number and password. If forgotten, your member ID can be e-mailed to you 24/7. In addition to this webcast, the SHRM Member Services Guide is a great summary of benefits, and is located at shrm.org/memberkit. shrm.org/memberkit 15 Approved for PHR® /SPHR®/ GPHR® recertification credits Discounted for members Free SHRM Member Benefit
©SHRM 2012 Templates and Tools www.shrm.org/templatestools/toolkits Get information on popular HR topics, all compiled in one easy-to-view page on SHRM.org Discover answers to basic questions or complex matters involving topics ranging from the American Disabilities Act to COBRA to workplace flexibility and employee communications. Online Toolkits “My SHRM membership gives me a sense of security; I know who I can turn to.” — Joanna Markle Member since 2008 16
©SHRM 2012 Templates and Tools www.shrm.org/templatestools/samples Policies > Includes a full-length sample employee handbook Forms > Sample process forms ranging from hiring to disciplinary actions and creating mission statements Job Descriptions > Search by title, function, or industry > Samples from a cross section of employers, company size, and industries PowerPoint Presentations > Organized by topic, these presentations can be downloaded and modified to fit your organization’s needs Comprehensive Databases for Sample: 17
©SHRM 2012 HR Disciplines www.shrm.org/HRdisciplines HR Disciplines These online communities provide the latest news, webcasts, discussion forums and research articles for each discipline: > Benefits > Business Leadership > Compensation > HR Consulting > Workplace Diversity > Employee Relations > Ethics & Sustainability > Global HR > Labor Relations > Organizational & Employee Development > Safety & Security > Staffing Management > Technology 18
©SHRM 2012 Templates and Tools www.shrm.org/templatestools/samples/metrics Enhance productivity, minimize costs and boost your career development by calculating: > Absenteeism Rates > Cost per Hire > FTE Calculation > Human Capital ROI > Health Care Costs Per Employee > Revenue/Profit Per Employee > Training Costs Per Employee > Time to Hire-fill > Turnover > Workers’ Compensation Cost Per Employee HR Metrics Calculators 19
©SHRM 2012 Award-winning Publications www.shrm.org/pubs HR Magazine ® HR News (online only) HR Week (email) SHRM ® Legal Report HR Discipline e-newsletters Workplace Visions CA Employment Law e-news SHRMStore > Member-discounted prices > Often, lower prices than Amazon! Don’t miss these opportunities to easily stay informed of trends and hot topics you can then share with your colleagues! 20
©SHRM 2012 Research and Surveys www.shrm.org/research Surveys > Briefs and reports on current and future trends Polls > Regular polls of our members’ thoughts and practices Research Quarterly > A quarterly report on a timely workplace topic SHRM Leading Indicators of National Employment (LINE) > covers the service and manufacturing sectors on key areas for recruiting each month Labor Market Outlook > examines hiring trends across a six-month spectrum Comp Data Center > With more than 140 metrics from over 5000 organizations in its benchmarking database, SHRM offers objective data on some of the most important issues facing HR and organizations today. 21
©SHRM 2012 Research Tools www.shrm.org/research/benchmarks SHRM Benchmarking Reports can help you: > Justify additional HR staff > Defend recruiting and HR budgets > Make the case for better 401(k) matching > Devise competitive health care plans Customize your report according to industry and company size, and choose from more than 140 available metrics Customized Benchmarking Services “The information I get from SHRM helps me determine what we need to do and the steps we need to follow. ” — R. Schaeffer Greene Member since 1982 22
©SHRM 2012 Careers www.shrm.org/jobs The largest online job board in the HR profession Available to members and non-members Job seekers are able to: > Search open positions > Create cover letters and resumes > Apply for jobs > Manage employer responses Recruiters are able to: > Post job openings > Manage job postings > Receive applications HR Jobs 23
©SHRM 2012 Education www.shrm.org/education SHRM Education Series > HR Generalist (best selling program) > PHR, SPHR and GPHR Certification Preparation > SHRM Essentials® of HR Management > Base Compensation > HR Metrics: Delivering HR Success Through Analytics > Strategic Human Resources: Delivering Business Results > Leading Human Capital for Peak Performance > SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Leadership Program SHRM Executive Education > The Business of HR: Leading HR into the Future > Leadership Development for HR Professionals > Coaching for Human Resource Professionals > Advanced Program in HR Management: Driving Business Results Through Global HR Strategies > Executive HR Network Summits 24
©SHRM 2012 Education www.shrm.org/education SHRM e-Learning > 100+ courses available online > Easy way to earn 1.25 credits per course toward recertification > eTranscript keeps track of completed courses and total recertification credits earned Corporate Training for your company > SHRM ® Essentials of Human Resource Management > HR Generalist > HR in Alignment (a more advanced HR generalist program) > Business Education for HR Professionals HR in the Federal Sector > provides federal HR professionals and federal contractors with a comprehensive overview of key HR federal sector competencies 25
©SHRM 2012 Webcasts & Videos www.shrm.org/multimedia/webcasts Webcasts Learn new HR information right at your desk Most are FREE for SHRM members More than 40 per year Participation often earns recertification credits Archived for viewing at your convenience Videos FREE for SHRM members Special Reports, Career Advice videos and more “It’s hard to imagine working in HR without this valuable resource.” — Brooke Kaercher, PHR Member since 2005 26
©SHRM 2012 SHRM is the Solution Networking Locally with Your HR Community
©SHRM 2012 Regional Map
©SHRM 2012 Volunteer Leadership Structure SHRM ® Board 5 Regional Councils 51 State Councils 575+ Local Chapters Staff Support Special Expertise Panels Corporate Social Responsibility Employee Health, Safety & Security Employee Relations Ethics Global HR Consulting/Outsourcing Human Capital/ HR Metrics Labor Relations Organizational Development Staffing Management Technology & HR Management Total Rewards/Comp & Benefits Workplace Diversity Governance Committee* Membership Advisory Council (Scott Washburn, SPHR) Members *Governance Committee approves appointment of members to special expertise panels.
©SHRM 2012 2012 Idaho State Council Idaho State Council Tanya Covert – State Council Director SC Board - about 10 individuals and 3 chapter presidents State Council Home Page : http://idaho.shrm.org
©SHRM 2012 State Council Plans for Year 1. Survey members to identify needs and interest (Watch your e-mail this April!) 2.Host a state-wide free webinar offering certification credit with Mark Carpenter of People/Vital Smarts as our presenter. (Watch the state and chapter websites for more information on this August event.) 3.Continue to support the local chapters in their efforts to advance the profession and support their communities. 4. Host a fantastic State Conference in Boise on September 14th
©SHRM 2012 IDAHO SHRM EVENTS Mark your calendars!! SHRM Idaho State Council and Moffatt Thomas Present: EMPLOYMENT LAW & LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE Boise Idaho at the Concordia Law College 501 West Front Street Friday, September 14th
©SHRM 2012 Join a Chapter Gives you a network of professional peers you can turn to for support Helps you establish relationships and contacts with local companies Excellent way to gain valuable information on state and local labor market conditions and issues Unique opportunity to develop leadership skills May qualify for recertification credits www.shrm.org/Communities/SHRMChapters/ ProfessionalChapters 33
©SHRM 2012 Idaho SHRM Chapters HR Association of Treasure Valley(HRATV) – Boise Denise Metcalf, SPHR, Chapter President & VP, Human Resources/Operations of Premier Insurance (208)737-6422 Home Page: http://www.hratv.orghttp://www.hratv.org Snake River - Twin Falls Liz Mack, Chapter President & Human Resource Generalist of Hilex Poly Co, LLC (208)644-2136 Home Page: http://snakeriver.shrm.org/http://snakeriver.shrm.org/ Southeast Idaho SHRM - Idaho Falls Larry Schofield, Chapter President & Director of HR of Enrichment Technologies (208)529-2600 Home Page: http://www.shrmi.orghttp://www.shrmi.org
©SHRM 2012 Southeast Idaho chapter of SHRM – Idaho Falls Monthly luncheon meetings every 3 rd Thursday from Noon – 1:30 p.m. at Idaho Falls Department of Labor Cost for lunch and meetings is only $10 for local chapter members and $15 for non-members. First-time visitors are free! HRCI credit typically available for each lunch meeting Upcoming meeting on March 15 th : Stress Management through Cognitive Intervention Presented by: Dr. Dan Weinrich
©SHRM 2012 SEI SHRM - Advancing the Profession and Supporting the Community Making a difference in our community > Offer free resume review and mock interview skills at community job fairs and events > Presentations to various groups > Judges for various events > ESGR and military events supporter
©SHRM 2012 COWBOY UP WITH HR - SEI SHRM Southeast Idaho SHRM presents our 9 th annual conference “Cowboy Up with HR” on October 18th ***Get out your lasso and get yourself some HRCI credits***
©SHRM 2012 Human Resource Association of Treasure Valley (HRATV) Monthly meetings held on “third Wednesday” of each month at the Courtyard by Marriott, 1789 S. Eagle Road, Meridian Check out their fantastic website for all of HRATV’s upcoming events at http://hratv.shrm.org/
©SHRM 2012 HRATV ANNUAL CONFERENCE “HR ON THE MOVE” Date:April 10, 2012, 7:30am – 4:30pm Location: Boise Centre on the Grove Downtown Parking in between Myrtle and Front is included in the cost of registration. Event Type:
©SHRM 2012 Snake River Chapter of SHRM – Twin Falls, ID Bi-monthly meetings held on the 2nd Thursday of February, April, June, August, October and December. Meetings include: Lunch ($15), Business Meeting and Guest Speaker(s) presenting topics of relevance to HR professionals Check out their website for all of Snake River’s upcoming events at http://snakeriver.shrm.org/
©SHRM 2012 FAQs 41 Q. My company paid my membership. What happens if I leave jobs? A. SHRM membership is individual, so your membership follows you. Q.How do I update my address, email and other contact information? A. Please visit www.shrm.org/memberrecord to update your information.www.shrm.org/memberrecord Q. Where can I get a listing of all SHRM Member Resources? A. Visit the Member Kit www.shrm.org/memberkit for a quick overview.www.shrm.org/memberkit Q. How do I request what e-mails I do or don’t want to receive? A. SHRM tries to send each member information that could be relevant to them based on the member profile. However, you know best what is of the most interest to you. At the bottom of every e-mail, there are links to allow you to customize your email preferences.
©SHRM 2012 FAQs 42 Q. As a member of SHRM, am I automatically a member of a local chapter? A. No. Membership in SHRM is separate from membership in a local chapter. Each chapter has its own membership application process and dues structure. Contact the chapter website for more information and to join. Q. As a member of my local chapter, am I automatically a member of SHRM? A.No. To join SHRM, please go to www.shrm.org/join.www.shrm.org/join Be sure to use the promotion code 0118 to receive a discount on first-time membership!!
©SHRM 2012 FAQ Q. When I join a local chapter, should I notify SHRM? A. Yes. Once you become a member of your local chapter, please contact the SHRM Member Relations Team at email@example.com or call us at (800) 283-SHRM to update your member record. This is important because your local chapter receives financial support from SHRM based on membership. firstname.lastname@example.org
©SHRM 2012 Membership www.shrm.org/join SHRM Membership Nets Positive ROI Save time – proven toolkits and templates in one place online or a phone call away Learn and share best practices – leverage learnings from experienced advisors to raise your HR department effectiveness and visibility Validate decisions – lower risk and ease the change management process by accessing others’ experiences Save your organization money – easily achieve return on value with knowledge and tools applied Create or enhance HR’s strategic value in your organization – deepen your skills to provide leadership and expertise to existing and anticipated business needs 44
©SHRM 2012 45 Contact SHRM SHRM Member Care Center +1 (703) 548-3440, option 3 (International) (800) 283-SHRM (7476), option 3 (U.S. only) email@example.com or www.shrm.org/help firstname.lastname@example.org/help Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (ET) 5:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (PT) SHRM Knowledge Center’s Advisors +1 (703) 548-3440, option 5 (International) (800) 283-SHRM (7476), option 5 (U.S. only) email@example.com or www.shrm.org/hrinfo for live chat firstname.lastname@example.org/hrinfo Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (ET) 5:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (PT) SHRM Online login problems www.shrm.org/webhelp www.shrm.org/idrequest
©SHRM 2012 ROI of SHRM Membership We’ve run the numbers for you: 12 Issues of HR Magazine$70 Reading 3 of the more than 50 research reports$299.85 Participation in 12 webcasts from other organizations $1,500 Savings by not having to pay some consultant fees Your estimate Full access to SHRM sample forms, policies, how-to guides and presentations $300 SHRM Membership Value = $2169.85 or higher You Pay Only $180 for 1 year full professional membership
©SHRM 2012 SHRM is the Solution QUESTIONS? This presentation is posted at www.shrm.orgwww.shrm.org under the Communities tab, then Regions, then under Pacific West Homepage Or at the Idaho SHRM webpage at http://idaho.shrm.org/http://idaho.shrm.org/ 47
©SHRM 2012 For more information For more information, contact: Dianna Gould, SPHR (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org SHRM Field Services Directors for the Pacific West Region Tammy Finnell (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Interim Pacific West Regional Administrator Tanya Covert, SPHR (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org State Council Director, SHRM IDAHO 48
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