Thanks to those who contributed to the 3rd Quarter 50/50 Raffle benefitting the SHRM Foundation in the past week. We had 15 people contribute $515.00. We used excel to randomize the list of tickets for each person based on their contribution and to select 1 value as the winner.
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Congratulations to Jamie Ryers, President of Fredericksburg Regional SHRM Chapter takes home $257.50 with another $257.50 going to the SHRM Foundation.
When contacted about her winnings, Jamie said, “This is honestly the best news I’ve gotten today since I found out I need a new roof!” “Thanks!!!!
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HR Virginia SHRM Council is proud to announce that in 2019 HR Virginia ranked #7 of all state councils in donations to the SHRM Foundation! This is the fourth year that VA SHRM has been recognized as a Top 10 SHRM Foundation contributor. This incredible accomplishment is due to the collective generosity of Virginia and DC HR professionals. Thank you for your commitment and support of the SHRM Foundation. Please Contact Us for support.
Have you made a donation to the SHRM Foundation recently? For your convenience, here’s the LINK to make an online donation. Don’t forget to give the VA SHRM State Council credit! It can change a life!
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Virginia SHRM is proud to announce that in 2016 VA SHRM ranked #2 of all state councils in donations to the SHRM Foundation! That’s an amazing effort that placed us ahead of many councils with significantly larger territories/chapters.
A big kudos goes to NOVA SHRM. They were a 2016 Top 25 Chapter in donations to the SHRM Foundation. Thank you to all who generously gave to support the SHRM Foundation. The SHRM Foundation is a values-based charity organization that champions workforce and workplace transformation and inspires HR professionals to make it happen.
Virginia SHRM is proud to announce the inaugural winner of the Virginia SHRM Certification Scholarship award by the SHRM Foundation. This scholarship of $750 was created to directly support HR professional who are working to obtain their professional HR certification from the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Inaugural Virginia SHRM Certification Scholarship winner is Beverly Riddle from Martinsville, Virginia. Riddle says that having this certification will better my career and will also certify that I have the knowledge and the credentials to prove it.
Beverly states that her proudest accomplishment is that she has taken HR to a different level in just under the two years she has worked at Virginia Mirror.
Beverly is the HR Manager at Virginia Mirror.
Reference Letter Excerpts from CEO and President of Virginia Mirror, John Korff
“The level of knowledge and Beverly’s ability to work with others is her outstanding quality. I could not ask for a better person overseeing our HR department. She is a team player and works very hard to make sure all policy and procedures are followed…She works well with our broker and has built a relationship that is a cost savings and benefit for both employees and employer… Beverly has been able to change the culture here at Virginia Mirror and Virginia Glass. This has been a challenge that she continues to improve at both facilities on daily basis.” Click HERE to learn more about the scholarships and how to apply.
Click here to learn more about the scholarships and how to apply.
John F. Kates, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, VASHRM President accepts recognition award on behalf of the Virginia SHRM State Council for being named #2 of 10 Top Giving State Councils to the SHRM Foundation at the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition Las Vegas
Congratulations to Northern Virginia SHRM for being named one of the TOP 25 Giving Chapters to the SHRM Foundation in the nation by SHRM.
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Innovative academic research grants: The SHRM Foundation is a leading funder of HR research. Over the past three years, the SHRM Foundation has awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to fund rigorous, original academic research with practical implications for HR management practice.
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