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We are SHRM Emerald Coast 

We are HR Florida 

We are SHRM

Congratulations!

The Northwest Florida State College Student SHRM has been approved by the Society for Human Resource Management and assigned chapter number 5746!!!

Thanks to Laura Kirby and the Student Board Members for their pursuit of this very important accomplishment!

 
Upcoming Events:
8/6/15
Walton County Program
8/19/15
Fort Walton Beach Program

 

 

 
 

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Emerald Coast Chapter is an organization comprised of human resource professionals in Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

 

Recognized as a Superior Merit or Merit Chapter every year since its inception, the Emerald Coast Chapter is a  top-notch organization with an abundance of benefits to offer its members.  SHRM provides an opportunity to grow professionally, network with others, share best practices, and attend conferences and seminars related to the Human Resources field.  The members also participate in the exchange of current job postings and resumes saving recruiting time and money.

 

 

SHRM Emerald Coast Chapter is

recognized by SHRM to offer

Professional Development Credits (PDCs)

for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP

 

          

 

 

 




            

 

 
  

                

 
 
 
  
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

                  
                   
    Department of Labor Newsletter
        

IMPORTANT INFORMATION - TIME SENSTIVE!!   

DOL Notice of Proposed Rulemaking updating the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) white collar exemptions.

The DOL has released its highly anticipated Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Updating the FLSA Exemptions for White Collar Employees for the 60 Day Public Comment Period. After the Public Comment and Final Rulemaking Cycle, the new changes will probably take place in 2016. The DOL projects that by 2016, when the final rule would go into effect, the salary level would be at or near $50,440 – which is more than double the current threshold. It would also raise the salary level for highly compensated employees from $100,000 to about $122,000. It would behoove everyone to take a hard look at the proposed changes, provide your feedback to DOL and simultaneously began taking a look at your workforce and planning for the effects the proposed changes will have on your organization. 

http://www.dol.gov/whd/overtime/NPRM2015/factsheet.html

 

 

 

 REFER A MEMBER!

Attention all SHRM-ECC members.
Put your name in the hat to win a $25 gift certificate or a free local membership!


New member: attends their first breakfast meeting for free

Current member: Name is placed in a drawing (for each new member referred). Chance to win $25 gift certificate or free local membership for 2015 (your choice).

 
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Calendar

8/6/2015
SHRM - ECC Walton County: August Meeting & Program

8/10/2015
Northwest Florida State College - Student SHRM Chapter Meeting - Room P113 - 4:30PM

9/3/2015
SHRM - ECC Walton County: September Meeting & Program

9/14/2015
Northwest Florida State College - Student SHRM Chapter Meeting - Room P113 - 4:30PM

 
 

Society of Human Resource Management

 

SHRM National Conference

 

HR Florida Conference & Expo

SHRM - Emerald Coast Chapter

Our Vision  We are the preeminent portal for Human Resources Management expertise in Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

Our Mission  We advance the Human Resources Management Profession by developing and supporting Human Resources Business Partners, through the provision of mutual support; innovative growth, development and educational opportunities, mentoring, networking and shared best practices.

Our Core Values 

Integrity

We believe that integrity is an absolute essential pillar of our operations. Without integrity we are without purpose and meaning. We are strongly committed to considering the impact our decisions will have on our members, partner organizations and our community. We will conduct ourselves with the utmost integrity in all our interactions.

Transparency

We aim to be totally transparent with regard to our intentions, resource utilization and operations. We believe that transparency engenders trust, and we will strive to maintain a trustworthy organization that gives our members a memorable experience. We also encourage our members to be transparent about their needs and expectations of our Chapter.

Collaboration & Inclusiveness

We highly encourage the active engagement, interaction and participation of all chapter members, from students to long-time industry professionals, in an effort to better provide an exceptional membership experience and connect the human resources community within Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

Lifelong Learning

We encourage all our members to continually grow and develop professionally by promoting and supporting their attainment of the highest standards of competence within the Human Resources Management profession.

 

Our Value Proposition

 -  We deliver  relevant, interesting HR Business Partner educational programming

-  We actively promote certification/recertification to enhance the stature of HR Business Partners

-  We provide numerous volunteer opportunities to maximize member engagement

-  We are a source of Human Resource Management expertise for other organizations and our surrounding communities

 
Chapter Charter