Welcome to the Indiana State Council of the Society
for Human Resource Management.
SHRM consists of 17 chapters in the State of Indiana. The board
of directors consists presidents of all the chapters plus various
chapter leadership chairs.
meet 5 times a year to discuss how we can further the HR profession
in Indiana and serve our members effectively.
of the ways we serve our members is our HR Indiana Regional
Conference. Last year we had 1500 attendees and we are one of
the top 3 regional HR conferences in the United States.
Indiana’s authority in people management for business and
Advance the HR profession and serve the professional by providing
diverse resources, innovative leadership and development opportunities.
• Chapter Support
INDIANA STATE HR CONFERENCE
JW Marriott Hotel and Indiana Convention Center
STATE COUNCIL NAMED TOP 10 SHRM FOUNDATION DONOR
State Council was
named a Top 10 Fundraising State Council for their outstanding
support of the SHRM Foundation
in 2014. State Council leaders attended a luncheon in their honor
during the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas,
Nevada earlier this summer.
2014, Indiana State Council, raised $9000 for the SHRM Foundation.
state council encouraged giving from each member and held a silent
auction at the HR Indiana conference. The state council’s
efforts were led by JoDee Curtis and Desila Rosetti.
to the generous donations from Indiana State Council, the
SHRM Foundation is able to deliver scholarship to future leaders,
advance HR research, publish complimentary educational resources,
and move thought leadership forward,” explained Mark Schmit,
SHRM Foundation’s executive director. “With 50 state
councils across the county, being named a Top 10 Fundraising State
Council exemplifies the dedication of Indiana State Council
to the Foundation’s work of shaping the future of HR.”
The SHRM Foundation, the charity affiliate of the Society for
Human Resource Management, advances global human capital
practice by providing thought leadership and educational support,
and sponsoring, funding and driving the adoption of cutting-edge,
actionable, evidence-based research. The work of the Foundation
is only made possible by the support from individuals, companies,
and SHRM chapters and state councils. In 2014, the top 10 fundraising
state councils raised $108,938.35 and the Foundation’s annual
campaign raised more than $1 million for the second year in a row.
To learn more about the SHRM Foundation, visit shrmfoundation.org.
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MEANS BUSINESS IN INDIANA
healthier Indiana will result in an even stronger economic
position for our state. With that important mission – part
of the Indiana Vision 2025 economic development plan – in
mind, you are invited to attend one of 10 national Health Means
Business forums. The Indiana Chamber will welcome national
and state leaders on Friday, February 5 (8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.)
The forum is hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation,
Indiana Chamber Foundation, Wellness Council of Indiana, and
the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. It will include a mix of
speakers, panel discussions and audience engagement opportunities
with participants tackling community and state health priorities.
Carl Chapman – chairman, president and CEO of Vectren – will
deliver the keynote address. Indiana State Health Commissioner
Jerome Adams and Ball State University economist Michael Hicks
will also be featured speakers.
The Indiana forum will be the sixth in a series of 10 events
as part of the Health Means Business campaign. Previous forum
locations have been Denver, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Memphis and
Fort Worth, Texas. The forum will leverage the influence of local,
regional and state businesses to empower healthier individuals
and communities through education, employment and income.
Register today at www.regonline.com/IndianaForum to attend and
join prominent business and community leaders to discuss how
together we can create a healthier Indiana. Space is limited
to the first 150 registrants.
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