The San Joaquin HR Association (SJHRA) is an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Whether you are new to the HR field or have many years of experience, we are a local starting point for networking, information, professional development and continued support of excellence in Human Resources.
We welcome you to use this site as a resource, and encourage you to check back frequently for updated events and information. We also encourage your involvement and suggestions about all of our activities, on the web and off. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming meeting or event!
Benefits of Membership
Our award winning chapter provides many services, including:
- Local networking and opportunities to get involved in chapter activities
- Best practices roundtable discussions
- Regular program meetings February through December
- Annual all day conference, typically held mid-January
- Website resources
- Scholarships for professional development
- Certification study group
- Student chapter
- Message Board
- Job board (reduced fee for members to post)
Apply online today or contact Monique Ramos, VP of Membership at email@example.com for more information about the value of joining SJHRA!
Save the Date – January 21, 2015
The 2015 SJHRA Legislative and HR Conference will be held at the Hilton Stockton
Plan to attend to stay on top of employment laws that could impact your organization – watch for updated information!
Cy Wakeman will serve as the Keynote Speaker for the 2015 Annual
SJHRA Employment Law & Conference.
Cy is a national speaker, business consultant, New York Times bestselling author, and trainer who has spent over 20 years cultivating a revolutionary approach to leadership. She teaches people how to turn excuses
into results and transform unhappy employees into accountable, successful members of the workforce.
Through her prolific work with companies such as Bayer, New York Presbyterian, National Institutes of Health, Hallmark, Verizon Wireless, TD Ameritrade, and Wells Fargo, Wakeman has helped eliminate tired, impersonal management techniques in favor of a reality-based revolution.