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Welcome to Washington State SHRM

The purpose of Washington State SHRM is to enhance the practice of human resource management and the effectiveness of HR professionals in the
organizations and communities they serve.

For the most up to date information on Washington State SHRM please navigate to our new website at wastateshrm.org 

Washington State SHRM Chapter Listing

Are you looking for a SHRM chapter in Washington State? Click here to check out our chapter listing page which includes information on each of the 15 chapters across the state and their website address, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook profile links.

 


YESVETS Initiative
The #YesVets program is going strong! Thanks to the participating employers for #HiringOurHeroes. If you are a business that hires or would like to hire veterans, and want to be part of YesVets, go to http://yesvets.org to sign up! Washington State SHRM has joined forces with Employment Security Department, in partnership with Washington Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Commerce, Washington State Military Transition Council, and local chambers of commerce across the state to create a statewide campaign to hire veterans. Click here to learn more.

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