Welcome to the Sauk Columbia Society for Human Resource Management
The Sauk Columbia Society for Human Resource Management (SC SHRM) is a not-for-profit professional organization established to enhance professional development in all phases of human resource management. This is accomplished by providing opportunities for professional growth and leadership development through the sharing of relevant knowledge and experience among members and through regular educational gatherings.
If you would like more information about joining our association, or would like to attend a meeting, please contact Chapter President, Trina McVicker at (608) 355-3000, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
29th Annual WI State SHRM Conference
Thank you to all SC SHRM Members who attended the 29th Annual WI State SHRM Conference at Kalahari on October 14-16.
The wheels of learning were turning and a great time was had by all!
Another awesome donation from our chapter! Thanks to the companies that donated : First Weber, Lands’ End, Madison College, QTI, Sysco, Teel Plastics, Wilderness Resort, and Wollersheim Winery.
Our basket raised $380 for the SRHM Foundation which helps shape the future of HR. The money helps supports the Foundations important work – including scholarships, practical research, and educational resources.
A special thank you to Kelly Bowden from Teel Plastics for coordinating the basket for the chapter.
"Congratulations to one of our members Nicole Marklein Bacher, a partner at Cross, Jenks, Mercer & Maffei Law office in Baraboo as she has been selected for the 2015 Super Lawyer and Rising Star listing of outstanding Wisconsin Attorneys. "
The New SHRM Certification Information
ALREADY CERTIFIED? ONLINE TUTORIAL PATHWAY
SHRM is proud of your achievements and recognizes the time, money and energy you have invested. As an organization committed to its members, SHRM will continue to support and recognize your expertise.
Now your path to even greater opportunity is simple and clear. Your existing HR certification constitutes your eligibility to earn the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP which indicates to the global HR community that you have the competencies, knowledge and skills to perform effectively in today's ever-changing workplace.
If you are a current holder of an HR generalist certification (including: PHR, SPHR, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP*) or will obtain your certification by January 31, 2015, you are eligible for SHRM's new certification—at no cost—by completing the following three simple steps between January 5 and December 31, 2015:
- Document that your current certification is in good standing.
- Sign the SHRM Code of Ethics.
- Complete a brief online tutorial on HR competencies.
Once you complete this process, you will earn the new SHRM credential and begin a three-year SHRM recertification cycle.
You will not lose or have to give up any of your current credentials in order to obtain the new SHRM Certification.
From our BlogSee All >
In February, Sauk Columbia SHRM was pleased to welcome SHRM’s very own Shelly Trent. Shelly spoke on Workplace Flexibility, as well as updated everyone on the latest and greatest with SHRM certification, scholarship opportunities, and upcoming conferences. March’s speaker is one of...March 4, 2016
Since SC-SHRM's regular meetings wrapped in last May, we've had some new additions to our board to continue growing our outreach and effectiveness in bringing the best resources to our members to develop their skills and acumen in the HR industry. We've added a Workforce Development...October 5, 2015
The Sauk Columbia SHRM group continues to have very well attended monthly meetings. We have been blessed with wonderful speakers that have been very informative. Our January meeting was on unemployment cases and how to prepare for hearings. Krista Sterken from Foley & Lardner LLPs was our presenter. Our...July 1, 2015
Welcome to the Sauk Columbia Personnel Association!
In 1995 the Reedsburg Area Personnel Association (RAPA) was created. The group only met in Reedsburg, WI. In April 2002 our group's name was changed to Sauk County Personnel Association (SCPA). Also, in April 2002 we became the local affiliate chapter of the Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM). In 2010, our name was changed to Sauk Columbia Personnel Association to acknowledge our expanded membership. The chapter operates on a program year that normally runs from September through May. This is a great opportunity to network with other HR and Safety professionals in the Sauk County area. We have over 50 members, and our meeting topics range from legislation affecting the HR profession to safety issues to personal development and well being.
The Sauk Columbia Personnel Association is a not-for-profit professional organization established to enhance professional development in all phases of human resource management. This is accomplished by providing opportunities for professional growth and leadership development through the sharing of relevant knowledge and experience among members and through regular educational gatherings.
If you would like more information about joining our association, or would like to attend a meeting, please contact Trina McVicker at (608) 355-3000, or email her at email@example.com.