The Athens Area Society for

Human Resource Management 

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History

 

-          The Society for Human resource management or SHRM is a not-for-profit association founded in 1948

 

-          It was originally called the American Society for Personnel Administration or ASPA

 

-          The goal in founding ASPA was to provide continued professional development opportunities for what the founding members recognized as a profession in transition, to promote national networking, and to generally advance the interests of the profession.

 

-          The  name  was changed from ASPA to SHRM in 1989

 

-          SHRM is the largest HR association in the world, representing more than 225,000 professional and student members in over 125 countries, and has a network of more than 575 affiliate chapters in the United States, as well as offices in India and China.

 

-          In the early 1950’s local “personnel administrators” organized the Northeast Georgia Chapter of ASPA

 

-          The chapter encompassed 28 counties stretching from Georgia’s northern border to a line below Athens.

 

-          As the area closer to Athens continued to grow, the Athens Area Personnel Association was formed in 1985.

 

-          In 1994, the chapter changed to it’s current name the Athens Area Society for Human Resource Management or AASHRM

 

-          AASHRM is an active organization with members from both private and public sectors representing a broad cross section of area employers.

 

-          We hold monthly meetings that include a speaker or program, generally on the second Tuesday of each month

 

-          The goal of these meetings is to provide HR professionals with the opportunity to network with colleagues while keeping abreast of the most current topics in our field.

 
 
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