San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2010
The Northern California HR Association (NCHRA) turns 50 this year. To celebrate, members of the HR community may take advantage of a golden opportunity — $150 in Member Rewards. The certificates can be used toward NCHRA’s nationally recognized, quality educational offerings, including workshops, seminars, conferences or the HR West® Annual Conference. Simply join NCHRA anytime in 2010, and get your total investment back in rewards.
In 1960, a group of forward-thinking peers joined together to share best practices, engage in lifelong learning, set the standard for professional excellence, and leverage the power of association. Today, through the support of member dues, NCHRA continues this mission, offering hundreds of educational programs — providing requisite tools for competence and credibility, and most importantly, the Association connects each of us to our most valuable resource — each other.
New for 2010 are free Webinars for members, a 33% reduction in regional chapter meeting pricing with the addition of CPE units at those events, and access to Alliant Credit Union. These complement the benefits added in 2009: complimentary access to HR Home and an expansive repository of job descriptions, sample policies and forms; weekly labor law updates from LawRoom with access to 12 free industry-specific legal memos for your specific questions as well as 20% off on demand Web-based training; and, discounts at California Payroll, Intelius and PayScale. Plus, the most vibrant HR community in the country.
Additionally, recognizing times are tight for everyone; NCHRA has enacted partial scholarships for its members in transition, allowing members to attend educational programming at 50% of the member rate.
Call now to join, renew or learn more about NCHRA (415) 291-1992 or visit us online at http://www.nchra.org.
The Northern California HR Association has been advancing organizations through human resources since 1960. We are dedicated to connecting human resources professionals with practice resources, leading California-specific training, legal and legislative developments, quality service providers, and each other—forming career-long networks and partnerships.
Amy S. Powers, Marketing & Communications Manager
Northern California HR Association