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This group aims to identify and target individuals within the workforce that are currently under-employed, creating development opportunities to ensure this workforce has the appropriate skills and competencies to reach their full potential. We also develop partnerships with local organizations requiring assistance with workforce readiness and seeking to help serve these individuals. Interested in volunteering, please contact email@example.com.
TSHRM is committed to serving the HR leaders of tomorrow and dedicated to working with students to enhance their education about HR and provide networking opportunities within the field. This groups serves as a liaison between students interested in an HR career and their local SHRM chapter through networking opportunities, certification study groups, and other resources. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Governmental Affairs 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 HR management. TSHRM will do our best to inform the Board, Leadership, and members of SHRM’s position on legislation affecting the HR profession. We encourage members to respond to legislative alerts sent our online or via our newsletter from our Governmental Affairs chair. If you’re interested in working with Governmental affairs, please email email@example.com.
TSHRM is committed to diversity in our workplaces, in our community, and in our membership. With the looming retirement wave of Baby Boomers and the growing segment of the global workforce being comprised primarily of women and people of color, area employers must enhance their overall cultural competence so that they can effectively attract, develop, engage, and retain a global and multicultural workforce.
Organizational and leadership practices must be inclusive in order to create a healthy working relationship between employees and the enterprise. Triangle employers must continuously grow in this area. TSHRM's Diversity Committee would like to help facilitate the process by ensuring TSHRM provides resources, information, and "Thought Leadership” to prepare the Triangle for the future. Triangle employers should think of TSHRM first when they seek answers to questions regarding multiculturalism and inclusion.
What is Diversity?
Diversity encompasses all the ways that human beings are both similar and different. It also involves variations and factors over which we have control as well as those over which we have no choice. These factors give us areas of commonality through which we can connect with others and aspects of difference from which we can learn (Gardenswartz and Rowe, Managing Diversity: A Complete Desk Reference & Planning Guide).
TSHRM Diversity Goals
Calling all Diversity Committee Volunteers
If you’re interested in working with the TSHRM Diversity Committee, please contact TSHRM's Diversity Chair or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected. Committee members may contribute to the program in a variety of way, including assisting with logistics for the Diversity meeting, keeping the chapter aware of current diversity trends and issues, and contributing articles on a variety of diversity-related topics to the TSHRM newsletter.