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The purpose of Washington State SHRM is to enhance the practice of human resource management and the effectiveness of HR professionals in the organizations and communities they serve. 

The Role of Washington State SHRM

  • To provide a forum for chapters to discuss common issues, problems, concerns and to share ideas and successes;

  • To facilitate information from chapters and the state council to the area and national boards and from the area and national boards to the state council and chapters;

  • To represent SHRM by visiting and communicating with chapters and promoting and sharing with members the services and benefits offered by SHRM;

  • To assess the needs of members and chapters, and meet those needs by securing and/or providing information;

  • To adopt programs that will promote the progress, visibility, and welfare of SHRM and its members in the human resource profession; and coordinate state and national legislative affairs.


To support SHRM members in the state of Washington with activities and communications which enhance, support Chapter leadership, and address state-wide issues in human resource management.


Measuring Success:

  • To meet our council goals,

  • To receive Honor State Council Achievement

  • To meet the expectations of the Pacific West and SHRM

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