LEARN HOW WORK CAN WORK FOR ALL

THE WORKPLACE NEEDS WORK.

According to SHRM research, 1 in 5 American workers have left a job due to toxic workplace culture.

LEARN MORE ABOUT UNTAPPED TALENT

INITIATIVE

Employing Abilities @Work

The SHRM Foundation, in partnership with the Workplace Initiative, is working to drive employment for individuals with disabilities.

TOOLKIT

Employing Older Workers

Although many organizations realize that their workers are aging, few have taken steps to prepare adequately for issues associated with older workers remaining on the job, leaving, or seeking new employment.

INITIATIVE

Getting Talent Back to Work

Nearly 700,000 people are released from prison each year and are locked out of the job market. Join business leaders and pledge to consider all qualified candidates.

INITIATIVE

Veterans at Work

HR professionals report that veteran recruiting is a top three priority to help to meet their workforce needs.

TAKE THE NEXT STEPS TO COMBAT BIAS IN THE WORKPLACE

INITIATIVE

Talk Work Culture

The first step to positive workplace change is a simple conversation. Want to create an engaging workplace? Need some conversation starters? Ready to define your company culture? We have the expert advice you need.

CREDENTIALS

SHRM Specialty Credentials

Invest in your career development by engaging in content-specific, competency-based education.

HR RESOURCES

View key toolkits, policies, research and more about how to implement fair and equitable employment practices in your workplace.

March 15-17, 2020 | Washington, DC

Bringing together like-minded individuals with the goal of elevating HR around all things work, SHRM’s newest event, Advocacy@Work, will give you the opportunity to have your voice heard.You’ll engage and interact with subject matter experts, Capitol Hill veterans and other attendees. 

Advocacy@Work

CONTACT US | 800.283.SHRM (7476)


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