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Express Requests

The Express Request (ER) feature is a self-service, online benefit that allows SHRM members to request and receive via email information on a wide variety of HR topics. A response is sent virtually immediately. ER responses are available around-the-clock and can be found in the following places on SHRM Online.
HR Hot Topics HR Hot Topics
The HR Hot Topics page contains an ER feature for many of today's frequently talked about HR topics and more are added on a periodic basis. Some of the most popular topics available through this page include audits, attitude surveys, behavioral interviewing, HR strategic plans, job descriptions, and posters.
Salary Survey Directory Salary Survey Directory
The Salary Survey Directory contains an ER feature through which members may request resources for locating surveys for over 30 categories, including but not limited to, accounting, health care, human resource management, manufacturing, retail, severance pay and salary increase projections. Members may also request general tips on compensation benchmarking.
Seasonal Seasonal
The Seasonal page contains ER for many of the issues that HR professionals encounter every year. Topics appropriate to the current or upcoming season are added frequently.
State Law Resources State Law Resources
State Law Resources includes SHRM and other state-specific employment law resources; a spotlight on a workplace issue; links to law firms' newsletters; directories for locating employment lawyers and more for each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
HR Career and Job Search HR Careers and Job Search 
The HR Careers and Job Search page contains ER to assist members with advancing their HR careers or conducting an HR job search. Some of the most popular topics available through this page include HR competencies, HR career development, interviewing tips, and evaluating a job offer.
IMPORTANT Information Regarding Spam Blockers IMPORTANT Information Regarding Spam Blockers
Express Request responses are automated; therefore, many email software programs and spam blockers will perceive ER responses as unsolicited mail or spam. SHRM will send a response to your ER submission; however, whether that response reaches your in-box may be determined by your spam blocker or email software. Due to the high volume of ER responses sent each day, we are not able to reply to spam blockers. Before submitting your ER, please ensure that your email box will accept mail from SHRMExpressRequest@shrm.org. This will help ensure you receive the information you request.