Join SHRM and save $10 on professional membership and we will donate $10 to the SHRM Foundation. Use code DONATE10 by 11/11/19.
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A free, multi-faceted program to teach best practices to attract, hire and retain veterans, and grants 10 PDCs upon completion.
A digital toolkit providing high-quality, no-cost resources focused on veteran hiring for HR professionals in small to mid-sized companies.
Veterans at Work Initiative Programs:
In 2019, the SHRM Foundation will deliver more than 300 scholarships and awards to provide HR professionals with opportunities to grow and develop their academic and professional careers. This year's inclusion initiative will inspire and empower HR professionals to attract, hire and retain military veterans through the SHRM Foundation's FREE Veterans at Work Certificate Program – worth 10 PDCs.
Offer Expires November 11, 2019.
USE CODE DONATE10 FOR $10 OFF
a professional membership and SHRM will donate $10 to the SHRM Foundation.
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