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 FEATURES SHRM MEMBERS LOVE

TEMPLATES AND TOOLS

  • Contact an HR Advisor by phone and email
  • How-to Guides
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • Sample Policies
  • Sample Job Descriptions
  • Sample Policies & Forms
  • Express Requests Tool delivering
    instant topical resource lists by e-mail

LEGAL ISSUES

  • Local and State Resources
  • Federal Resources
  • Compliance Alerts
  • Best Practices 
  • Advocacy

AND MORE...

  • HR Magazine (12 issues)
  • Webcasts
  • Social Networks
  • Timely Research
  • HR Trends
  • Education
  • Easy access to 23+ HRCI recertification credits

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MEMBERSHIP DUES
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

$185.00
INTERNET-ONLY MEMBERSHIP
(Available to those outside the U.S.)
$95.00
STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

$35.00

 WHAT OUR MEMBERS ARE SAYING

"SHRM's resources offer the best value I have seen from a professional organization...well worth the price. I consider membership an essential business tool for my HR team."

—Marie Schram, SPHR
Director, Human Resource
Member Since 2000

"SHRM continues to be the premier organization for world-class HR resources and information, for all industries."

—L. Darryl Smith, SPHR, GPHR
VP, Human Resources and Training
Member since 1999

"This is THE organization if you're involved with HR."

—Gregory D. Short, SPHR
Recruiter
Member Since 2005

"SHRM has helped me limit liabilities, protect my organization and do the right thing from a legal standpoint."

—Bhavna Dave, PHR
Vice President, Talent
Member Since 2005

SHRM is an individual membership organization. It has no corporate or institutional memberships. Membership is nonrefundable and nontransferable. All members must abide by the SHRM Code of Ethical and Professional Standards in Human Resource Management.

For individuals paying U.S. taxes, SHRM annual dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes but may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses except that, under IRC Section 162(e), 7% of the annual dues are allocable to lobbying expenses and are therefore not deductible.