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Title: The Society for Human Resources Management


1
The Society for Human Resources Management
  • HR Leading People, Leading Organizations

2
The Society for Human Resources Managements
(SHRMs) Mission
  • SHRM serves the needs of the human resource
    management professional.
  • By providing the most essential and comprehensive
    set of resources available.

3
The Society for Human Resources Managements
(SHRMs) Mission
  • The Society is committed to the capabilities of
    all human resource professionals.
  • In addition, the Society is committed to
    advancing the human resource profession.

4
SHRMs Mission
  • The Society is committed to the capabilities of
    all human resource professionals.
  • The Society is committed to ensuring that HR is
    an essential and effective partner in developing
    and executing organizational strategy.

5
SHRMs History
  • The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM),
    formerly called the American Society for
    Personnel Administration (ASPA).
  • ASPA was founded in 1948 by a group of just 28
    individuals.
  • These founding members anticipated the need for a
    national organization to represent the personnel
    profession.

6
SHRMs History
  • The Society for Human Resource Management
    (SHRMs) goal was to provide continued
    professional development opportunities.
  • To promote national networking

7
SHRMs History
  • The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM),
    is geared toward the general advance the
    interests of a profession they recognized as
    being in transition.
  • The Society's first annual conference, which was
    held in Cleveland, received a total of 67
    attendees and generated a net profit of 72.86.

8
SHRMs History
  • Until 1964, ASPA was strictly a volunteer
    organization with no permanent facilities or
    staff.
  • The first Executive Director, Leonard Brice, was
    hired in 1964 and it was decided that the
    headquarters would be located in his community of
    Berea, Ohio.

9
SHRMs History
  • At that time there were 3,152 members and five
    staff members.
  • The Organization remained headquartered in Ohio
    until 1984.

10
SHRMs History
  • Under the leadership of President COO Ron
    Pilenzo, SPHR, it moved its headquarters to
    Alexandria, VA.
  • Seven staff transferred with the organization and
    32 new staff came on board to meet the needs of
    more than 35,000 members.

11
SHRMs History
  • In 1989, the organization's name was changed from
    the American Society for Personnel Administration
    (ASPA) to the Society for Human Resource
    Management (SHRM)
  • This was to reflect its broadened scope and
    influence in business and political worlds
    internationally.

12
SHRMs History
  • In 1990, after 10 years with the Society,
    President Ron Pilenzo, SPHR, retired and Mike
    Losey, SPHR, CAE was selected as the new
    President CEO.
  • In 1997, to accommodate its continuously growing
    membership and staff, the Society moved to its
    current Alexandria headquarters at 1800 Duke
    Street.
  • By 1998, during its 50th Anniversary, SHRM
    celebrated a milestone of more than 90,000
    professional and student members worldwide.

13
SHRMs History
  • In May of 2001, the Society celebrated another
    growth achievement with the opening of a second
    building adjacent to its Duke Street office.
  • This new building commemorated the formation of
    the SHRM campus.

14
SHRMs History
  • This new building commemorated the formation of
    the SHRM campus.
  • Today, under the leadership of President CEO
    Susan R. Meisinger, SPHR, SHRM includes a global
    membership of more than 200,000.
  • SHRM has members in 120 countries including
    Canada, China, United Kingdom, Australia,
    Bermuda, Japan, Singapore, Trinidad, Bahamas and
    Germany.

15
SHRMs History
  • With a staff of more than 200, there are more
    than 20 specialized departments within SHRM.
  • This is to serve the needs of HR professionals by
    providing the most essential and comprehensive
    set of resources available.

16
SHRMs History
  • As an influential voice, SHRM is committed to
    advancing the human resource profession.
  • They are committed to ensuring that HR is an
    essential and effective partner in developing and
    executing organizational strategy.
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