The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has awarded the SHRM Nebraska State Council the EXCEL Bronze Award for 2013.
The award is part of the SHRM Affiliate Program for Excellence, which aligns individual states with SHRM. The award recognizes a state’s accomplishments and strategic activities and initiatives that promote the human resources profession at the local level.
“This recognition is a distinct indication of the state council’s successful partnership with SHRM to serve the networking and professional development needs of human resource professionals and to the advancement of the human resources profession” said J. Robert Carr, senior vice president, membership, marketing & external affairs for SHRM.
SHRM Nebraska State Council will be recognized in SHRM publications and at SHRM conferences. As an Excel winner, it receives a certificate of recognition and a special banner to display at its meetings and events.
Although our economy continues to be challenging, Nebraska chapters positively advanced SHRM membership in 2013. Many states experienced declining membership during the year, so Nebraska's ability to maintain or realize growth was excellent. The acheivement was recognized with a 2013 SHRM Membership Star designation. Thanks Nebraska HR!
2014 Legislative Update - The SHRM State Council has its eye on several legislative issues from the January 2014 session.
Check details on these and other bills of interest to employers here.
HERE FOR YOU As SHRM’s State Council for Nebraska, we hope you fnd the information and resources you need here. Don’t hesitate to contact a member of the Council if you need more information or have a different need. Visit the Society for Human Resource Management (www.SHRM.org) to learn about national initiatives and issues. The SHRM Nebraska State Council serves the needs of the human resource management professional by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available to promote individual growth and to enable them to become more vital in their organization and communities. In addition, the Council is committed to advancing the human resource profession and the capabilities of all human resource professionals to ensure that human resources is an essential and effective partner in developing and executing organizational strategy.
WE'RE HONORED! The Nebraska SHRM State Council is recognized nationally as an Honor Council. By achieving this recognition, SHRM Nebraska State Council distinguishes itself as a national leader dedicated to the professional advancement of our members and the human resource management profession. Selection as an Honor State Council indicates that Nebraska has achieved excellence in fulfilling its mission of:
• Serving as a conduit for communication between SHRM members and chapters.
• Coordinating chapter efforts at the state level.
• Facilitating services and programs for the collective interests of your state membership and chapter leaders and all SHRM members in the state.
PAST SHRM NEBRASKA HR WINNERS INCLUDE:
Past HR Employer of the Year award winners include: Lincoln Surgical Hospital/Eye Surgical Associates/Sutton Ryan, Cabela’s, Kiewit, Madonna, Greater Omaha Chamber, Kenexa, Linweld, Olsson Associates, Ameritas, Lincoln Plating, First National Bank North Platte, Duncan Aviation, Union Pacific, City of Omaha, Mutual of Omaha, Call Interactive, Aliant Communications, Designer Blinds of Omaha, Lincoln General Hospital and Harris Laboratories.
Past Volunteer of the Year award winners include: Dave Zelnio, Chris Hedican, Melissa Price, Gaylene Brennen, Leslie Smith, Bruce Stec, Kenda Fink, Laurie Pieper and Mike Reynolds
Past HR Professional of the Year award winners include: Bridget Myler, Craig Garrett, Keli Royal, Dan Krick, Scott Messersmith, Becky Golden, Lee Elliott, Marsha Dreesen, John Dumonceaux, Ruth Jones, Steve Hodges, Jane Goertzen, Michael Mendenhall, Mary Crook, Nancy Conway, Ken Mattson, Doug McDaniel, Nancy Bleich, Cary Thorp, Vanessa Brown, Lee Lazure, Lovie Magruder, Marty Callaghan.
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