Please join us for some networking fun with your fellow Human Resources colleagues. Whether you are a member or prospective member wanting to get to know us better, all are welcome at this free event. Miller's Ale House is a great place to share drinks, appetizers, and HR stories with your fellow Human Resources professionals...
Welcome to Montgomery County SHRM
We are an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Our Mission - Montgomery County (MD) Society for Human Resource Management (MCSHRM) exists to serve our chapter members and SHRM members, while advancing the HR profession through education, advocacy, leadership, and community outreach.
Our Vision - Montgomery County (MD) Society for Human Resource Management (MCSHRM) strives to be recognized as an award winning local chapter by both the MDSHRM State Council and SHRM National, while advancing the HR profession. MCSHRM seeks to accomplish our vision by: listening to our members, delivering professional development to maximize the business impact of our membership, utilizing strategy community partnerships for the advancement of Montgomery County, promotion the HR profession on a collegiate level, and advocating the HR profession to elected political representatives.
We encourage you to learn more about our events, programs and HR Certification resources. Please consider joining us as a member or serving with our chapter.
We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events listed below!
Please explore this website for more information on how MCSHRM can benefit you and your organization.
A special THANK YOU to our June Meeting Sponsor - SMOKEY GLEN FARM!
They are the perfect venue for your company picnic, family reunion, or a Friday Night at the Farm!
THANK YOU TO OUR EXECUTIVE SPONSORS:
Upcoming EventsSee All >
June 8, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pmLocation:Miller's Ale House 1471 Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852 Phone:(301) 770-8535
The impact of key decisions of the National Labor Relations Board upon company policies and practices, even in the non-unionized workplaceJune 15, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:30pmLocation:TBD Gaithersburg
An HR professional recently noted that he had stopped considering a particular job opportunity because of the potential that a union would eventually be elected to represent employees at the work site in question. Right or wrong, his rationale was that serving as an HR professional would be significantly more complicated (and...