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Welcome to the New York State Council SHRM

Hello Everyone,

New York State SHRM (NYS SHRM) is an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). NYS SHRM supports nearly 15,000 SHRM members across NYS through legislative initiatives, education, advocacy and networking. We welcome you to utilize our website as a resource and encourage you to check back frequently for updated information.

NYS SHRM consists of 15 chapters and several student chapters across NYS. Please take a moment to view our list of chapters, if you are not already connected to a local chapter. The local chapters offer regular meetings providing an opportunity for networking and professional development.

The NYS SHRM annual State Conference will take place September 13th - 15th of 2020 in Albany, NY. You will find additional information by clicking on the “State Conference” tab above. Whether you are new to the Human Resource field or have many years of experience, this is one conference you do not want to miss.

As your State Council Director, I look forward to serving you and welcome your suggestions.


Ned Hirt, SHRM-CP, PHR 

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