The Wisconsin SHRM Council represents human resource professionals in the State of Wisconsin and is supported through the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), a non-profit professional association founded in 1948.
SHRM is divided into five regions across the country. The Wisconsin Council SHRM is part of the North Central Region. The North Central Region is made up of the following states: Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Nebraska. Wisconsin has 19 local SHRM chapters across the state, each that provide programming and networking opportunities in the local area. In addition, there are 16 student chapters which connect students attending state schools to SHRM.
Wisconsin State Council’s mission is to share expertise and facilitate thought leadership to advance human capital practices across Wisconsin.
With a goal of developing professionals and serving the HR profession, the Wisconsin State Council is a communication link between the chapters, council leaders and national. It provides:
CLICK HERE to review the WI SHRM State Council Bylaws.
SHRM is the largest HR association in the world. CLICK HERE to become a national SHRM member.
CLICK HERE to obtain contact information for your nearest local Wisconsin SHRM Chapter. Information on how to join that chapter can be found on their local web page.