You are invited to join the Greater Monadnock Society for Human Resource Management to enrich your professional experience and enhance your skills by taking part in all the organization has to offer. While you will benefit from the knowledge you gain, the organization will also benefit from your experience and expertise. Please read our GMSHRM statement of ethics.pdf.
Dues paid are for the calendar year. Membership dues are tax deductible for your company as a business expense. The cost to join for the year will depend on your membership status in the National SHRM organization.
Professional Membership is limited to: (a) Those individuals actively engaged in bona fide human resources administration at the exempt level, who devote more than 50% of their time to personnel or human resources management; (b) Faculty members holding an assistant, associate or full professor rank in personnel or human resources at an accredited college or university; or (c) Individuals engaged in occupations with a primary focus in human resources consulting, support and/or outsourced functions and who provide satisfactory proof of membership of SHRM (national). Professional members: Have the right to vote in chapter elections and may hold any of the offices or positions of the Board of Directors.
Associate members may be: (a) Individuals in non-exempt human resources positions;, or (b) Small business owners whose responsibilities include managing human resources; or (c) Those who do not meet any of the foregoing categories, but have a bona fide interest in human resource management. Associate members: Have the right to vote in chapter elections and may be voting members of committees, but may only serve on the Board of Directors as a Member-at-Large.
Student Member - Active in Chapter (no cost) The Chapter offers free student memberships to those who meet the following requirements:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in a free student membership.
Student Member - Reduced Fee For those who do not meet the requirements for free student membership, dues are reduced to $15 per year.
Guests may attend 1 meeting at no cost; guests may attend subsequent meetings at the Returning Guest fee, or may join as a member.