Annual NC SHRM Conference Goes Virtual
This Annual Conference will be held as never before, in a world none of us could have imagined in 2020. While the event may be virtual, the experience of the NCSHRM Conference will be far from remote. Join us with thought provoking featured speakers, relevant programs, with time to make connections to HR professionals from around the state. You can expect to be challenged... inspired... encouraged.
Conference attendees will be eligible for up to 13 credits from SHRM and HRCI. Information on how to access the virtual conference platform will be sent in September.
And be sure to list TSHRM as your local chapter when registering!
50% OFF TSHRM 2020 Membership: July 1 - September 30!!
Still on the fence about Joining TSHRM? Join for the remainder of 2020 for half the regular price!
Professional and Associate dues are $42.50 and Student dues are $30.
You'll have full access to the TSHRM website featuring upcoming chapter events, legislative updates, and information on other local HR-related meetings. TSHRM members can access an on-line membership directory and share ideas as well as access the newsletter, which provides timely information about the TSHRM's activities and current HR issues.
We look forward to “seeing” you at one of our upcoming chapter meetings!
TSHRM Awarded for Elevating Human Resources, Improving Workplace
Raleigh, NC May 26, 2020 — SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management) recently awarded Triangle Society for HR Management (TSHRM) its prestigious EXCEL Platinum Award for the TSHRM accomplishments in 2019.
The EXCEL award is given to state councils and chapters to recognize major accomplishments, strategic activities, and tactical initiatives that elevate the profession of human resources.
“So much of SHRM’s impact on the world of work can be traced back to the dedication and hard work of our chapters and state councils like TSHRM. These leaders took the initiative and drove changes to make workplaces where employers and employees can thrive together,” said Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, president and chief executive officer of SHRM. “The PLATINUM EXCEL Award is not only a celebration of the great work done by TSHRM - it’s also a recognition of the grit it took to do it.”
The EXCEL Award can be earned at four levels: bronze, silver, gold and platinum. Each level has a prescribed set of requirements and accomplishments that must be met. TSHRM will receive recognition in SHRM publications and at conferences, a logo to display on its website, and information to share with its members about the significance of this award.
About SHRM SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today's evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally. Learn more at SHRM.org and on Twitter @SHRM.
is no shortage of conversation around COVID-19 and how employers are
struggling to navigate through the information, new guidance, and
legalities. TSHRM has been looking & collecting as much
information as we can to help provide a better value add during these
current circumstances. Please see below for all that we have gathered so
is a lot of great info and guidance from OSHA and the CDC on returning
back to work (see links below). If helpful, please share with your
Interim Business Guidance for Businesses and Employers
CDC developed guidance t
o help employers decrease the spread of COVID-19 and lower the impact of COVID-19 on the workplace. This interim guidance may help prevent workplace exposures to COVID-19 in non-healthcare settings.
OneDigital has created a Coronavirus Advisory Hubthat provides HR and business leaders with practical solutions that are actionable, timely and helpful in shaping workforce decision-making and is sharing that information with TSHRM members. Below
are a few of the most popular resources:
- [ON-DEMAND WEBINAR]
Employee Mental Health & Wellbeing – actionable ways to support your employees’ mental health and wellbeing
Maintaining Mental Wellbeing During a Quarantine
The Health Impacts of Financial Stability on Your Workforce
Leading Through Crisis Employer Toolkit
toolkit provides resources that will help businesses maintain
high-performing benefits, strategic human resources practices and
financial wellbeing while putting an emphasis on employee experience.
For a deeper dive into the questions being asked by employers like you, download this
comprehensive FAQ. You can also check out these links:
A Note Regarding COVID-19
MAY Meeting Update - FREE
Due our current circumstances the Board & Leadership team has decided to offer our virtual May meeting FREE for anyone who wants to register and attend. Please head to our Calendar of Events to register and we look forward to seeing you next week!
FINAL update to our APRIL Meeting
Since we postponed our meeting this month, we have opened up registration for anyone who could not make it previously or did not register in time. Please visit Events > Community Calendar to register for the panel discussion on April 30th, COVID-19 Recovery: What HR Should Be Thinking About Right Now.
Looking forward to seeing you there virtually!
Important updates to our APRIL MEETING
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our speaker for April is unable to present. Please keep her and her family in your thoughts as we move forward. In response to this change, the TSHRM Board of Directors wants to continue providing a high value, relevant program for our members this month and has postponed the meeting to next week, April 30th, where the topic covered will be COVID-19 Recovery: What HR Should Be Thinking About Right Now. No need to re-register and we look forward to seeing you all virtually next week!
A Note of Gratitude from TSHRM.
We successfully held our 1st online program last month! Of course, we had some technology bloopers but overall, it was a fun and interactive session where we:
- Had a virtual networking experience
- Shared HR experiences about working from home
- Talked about best practices for dealing with the HR challenges of COVID-19
In addition, our speaker gave an excellent presentation on the importance of Family Forward Workplaces. If you have not already done so, please join us virtually for our April meeting.
Notes from your TSHRM Board of Directors.
During tonight's regularly scheduled (virtual) Board meeting, we unanimously decided to move BOTH our April & May Chapter meetings to webinar formats. As such, the cost for these meetings with be $10.
Please also be advised our May Chapter Meeting (Work Well. Play More!) is postponed due to the Speaker's schedule. We are actively working on securing another great speaker for our members and will keep you posted here.
We greatly appreciate your membership & support during these interesting new times and look forward to providing you with the same level of professional development you have come to know and expect from TSHRM. [Updated: March 18th, 2020].
TSHRM March Chapter meeting - moving to webinar format.
those already registered for this meeting, please be on the lookout for
email communication with updates in the coming days.
for those still interested/planning to register, please be advised that
TSHRM is taking the extra precaution and moving this meeting to an
online webinar format. Feel free to register and all registered will
receive email updates in the coming days. [Updated: March 13th, 2020].
TSHRM Global Meeting on March 16th is postponed.
those registered or interested in attending the TSHRM
Global meeting, this has been postponed as our member's health &
safety remain our top priority. If you registered, please check
your email from updates from our Co-Chair Natalie Saitta. [Updated:
March 13th, 2020].
TSHRM is monitoring the virus carefully and taking precautions as necessary. All events are still planned to happen.
If we have any changes to our events we will communicate with those directly registered. TSHRM will continue to monitor the situation closely and provide more updates as the situations arises. As always, if you are not feeling well please stay home to help prevent the spread of germs and focus on your health. [Updated: March 11th, 2020]
TSHRM (Triangle Society for Human Resource Management)
Serving for over 50 years in the Durham, RTP, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas to provide assistance, leadership, and professional development to the local HR professional.
As a group of diverse HR leaders and those that work hand-in-hand with HR professionals we strive to provide our members with opportunities to connect and develop themselves and their community! Through engaging and thought-provoking programs, we help you develop and hone your skills. Through volunteering and partnerships with local non-profits, we help elevate the HR profession and help build a community of engaged professionals who positively impact those around them both within and outside of their businesses.