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Government Relations
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Government Relations will monitor and evaluate on a continuing basis pending legislative, regulatory and legal action at the federal, state, and local level that may have an impact on the management of human resources. TSHRM we will do our best to inform the board, leadership and membership of SHRM's position on legislation affecting the human resources profession. 


We encourage chapter members to respond to legislative affairs alerts that issued online or via newsletter by our Government Affairs chair.


More information on SHRM's Policy Action Center can be found HERE


Day Inside the Beltline (DITB)


The Day Inside the Beltway (DITB) program provides SHRM members the unique opportunity to travel to our Nation’s capital for a day of legislative and regulatory meetings and briefings. Activities include meeting with the staff at SHRM's headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, where staff briefs the members on the issues they will be discussing during their visits to Capitol Hill, as well as how to conduct an advocacy meeting with a legislator or their staff.  

Letter Writing

SHRM offers an online service that allows you to quickly and easily alert your legislators on issues that are important to you as an HR professional.

Be sure your elected officials know where you stand. You can write letters to both federal and state legislators. SHRM Governmental Affairs also offers information on current legislation that may be of interest to HR professionals or may have significant impact on the HR profession.

If you are not a SHRM member, you can find sample letters online that can be copied and customized to fit your needs. If you email the representatives and copy TSHRM's president on the message, TSHRM can receive credit for your message. Representatives' addresses, both local and federal, can be found on the North Carolina Government website.