Why Join the Association?
The role of the CHRO is increasingly impacted by external influences, including
legislation and regulation changes, and global workforce trends. Having access to
timely and actionable information on these issues is essential to success as an
HR leader. Additionally, knowledge of emerging trends and current best practices
of leading companies are essential inputs for CHROs as they shape their HR strategies
and practices. Equally important is the ability to work collaboratively with your
peers to shape the direction of these changes in positive ways. Membership in the
Association provides unique access to in-depth information on the issues that matter
most to CHROs, provides a network for sharing perspectives and experience among
the top leaders in the profession, and influencing the direction of human resource
policies and practices.
The HR Policy Association consists of over 325 of the largest corporations doing
business in the United States and globally. The Association's culture is one that
goes beyond simply networking and benchmarking; what brings HR executives to our
organization is an interest in working collaboratively with their peers to develop
positive solutions to the most difficult problems facing senior corporate human
resource officers. Our members are active participants in helping to craft solutions
to key HR issues, including workforce development, employer/educator partnerships,
executive compensation, health care and retirement reform, global labor and employee
relations. These initiatives are in response to the top concerns of CHROs, as captured
in our annual survey of the membership.
Above all, CHROs join the Association because our membership is comprised of the
most senior and most highly respected human resource executives in the profession.
If you would like to discuss the benefits of joining the Association with one of
your peers who is currently an Association member click here and we
will arrange a call with a member CHRO in your industry or location.