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Welcome to the Ohio SHRM State Council website. Our website can provide you information about Human Resource initiatives, activities, and events within our state, information on potential upcoming legislative issues, current workforce initiatives, certification preparation courses, a list of Human Resources positions open within the state, and other useful information.
The Ohio SHRM State Council, along with our 27 local affiliated SHRM chapters, is dedicated to leading, educating, and inspiring the over 12,000 HR professionals in Ohio and educating, serving as HR experts to, and positively impacting other business professionals in Ohio. The Ohio SHRM State Council is a non-profit organization and exists as an affiliate of The Society for Human Resource Management, the world's largest association devoted to Human Resource Management. Membership is made up of 51 volunteers who are elected or appointed to The Council and includes the Chapter Presidents of the 27 local SHRM affiliated chapters in Ohio.
Please consider attending our annual Ohio Human Resources Conference September 17-19, 2014 at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky where we will have great speakers, fabulous networking opportunities and a large gathering of HR vendors - all in a terrific location. You can find more information about the conference by clicking here.
Consider joining a local chapter in Ohio and attending local meetings with great speakers and wonderful networking opportunities, plus much more. Click here for a listing of our chapters across the state. Consider also joining SHRM, which represents more than 250,000 members in over 140 countries. You will receive the HR Magazine, access to HR experts, opportunities to attend national conferences at a discount, webcasts, research papers, etc. Click here for a link to the SHRM web site.
Please feel free to contact us if you have questions by clicking on the "Contact Us" link on the left side of our home page.
Ohio has one of the most active groups of HR professionals in the SHRM organization and we can be proud of who we are, all that we accomplish, and the valuable roles we play within our business communities. The Ohio SHRM State Council is pleased to be able to help advance the profession and serve HR professionals.
The Ohio SHRM State Council respectfully requests that visitors refrain from using the information in this site for business development and selling purposes. Solicitations are prohibited.