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Welcome to the West Central Wisconsin SHRM.

West Central Wisconsin Society of Human Resource Management is comprised of Human Resource Professionals and Practitioners from Monroe, Jackson, Juneau and Vernon counties.  WCW SHRM became affiliated as a SHRM Chapter in October of 2010 allowing us access to SHRM National which represents more than 250,000 individual members and it’s the world’s largest Association devoted to HR management.

We have members from a wide variety of businesses including Retail, Manufacturing, Health Care, Distribution, Finance, Government, Insurance, Telephone, Education and much more.  Our monthly lunch meetings feature speakers who present on relevant HR topics.  We welcome you to join us!

National SHRM Members: $35 annually

Non-National SHRM members: $45 annually

Students (6 credits or more): $10

Please see a board member for a membership form or email us at wcwshrm@gmail.com today!   

We welcome you to join our group today!

Learn more about Society for Human Resource Management here: www.wishrm.org

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