WI SHRM 2012 Partnerships Sought

Does your organization, or an organization you work with, have a message to share with an audience of over 5,000 HR professionals across the state? The Wisconsin SHRM State Council offers affordable partnerships and sponsorships to fit any budget.

2012 Educational Partnerships are now available. These exclusive partnerships allow Wisconsin SHRM’s partners to educate and inform our members on trends and news related to topics of interest. The following partnership categories are currently available:

· Total Rewards – Compensation/Benefits
· Recruitment/Staffing
· Safety & Compliance
· Health & Wellness
· Talent Management – SOLD
· Recognition

Wisconsin SHRM is the state affiliate for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest human resource management association. We represent the interests of human resource professionals in the state of Wisconsin who are members of local SHRM affiliated chapters, as well as at-large national SHRM members—a total of more than 5,000 HR professionals across the state. There are 19 SHRM-affiliated chapters in the State of Wisconsin, separated into 4 districts, each providing programming and networking opportunities in the local area. In addition, 15 student chapters connect students attending state schools to SHRM.

Contact Cassy Van Dyke at cassy.vandyke@us.qbe.com or Margie Harvey at mharvey@mileskimball.com with any questions and/or interest or visit our website at: http://www.wishrm.org/PartnersSponsors.aspx.

Thank you in advance for your support!

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