Welcome to the North Carolina SHRM State Council
We are an affiliate of SHRM, the world's largest association devoted to Human Resource management. As you browse this website, you will find information about upcoming events for human resource and business professionals throughout North Carolina, contact informaton for local chapters and student chapters, resources for state and local chapter volunteers, volunteer opportunities and much more!
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Attention HR Professionals!
Please continue to be a leader for the profession in your state by visiting SHRM’s call to action to send an email to your members of Congress about this important workplace legislation and ask that they cosponsor the legislation. We encourage you to circulate SHRM’s alert within your respective networks as well.
In the overtime rule proposal, DOL is considering raising the minimum salary threshold to $970 per week ($50,440 annually); an increase of 113%. DOL also proposes increasing this minimum salary on an annual basis by pegging it to the 40th percentile of weekly earnings for full-time salaried workers or by indexing it to inflation for urban goods and services. In addition, DOL proposes publishing these annual increases to the minimum salary only 60 days before they become effective—providing employers and employees with little notice.
The dramatic increase in the proposed salary level will result in many professional employees being reclassified to non-exempt hourly employees, resulting in less workplace flexibility and forcing employees to closely track their hours.
While DOL did not offer a specific proposal to modify the duties tests, the department suggested it is considering making some changes. The dramatic increase to the salary level proposed by DOL coupled with almost any changes to the duties test will create many challenges for employers and employees.
Visit SHRM’s overtime regulations online action center at advocacy.shrm.org/overtime.
The NCSHRM State Council has been awarded the 2015 Platinum EXCEL Award. This award recognizes outstanding achievements in state council operations and a commitment to providing meaningful programs and services to our members. It also is recognition of our continued growth and development as a business leader, capable of developing strategies that lead to business success!
By achieving this award, our state council distinguishes itself as an outstanding organization dedicated to serving the needs of our members and to the advancement of the human resource management profession.
FEED NC 2016
2016 will be our 3RD FEED NC FOOD DRIVE. This is a statewide food drive benefiting our local communities. Collections will begin May 1st and run through June 30th. We’ve chosen this time of year because food banks are strained as children are out of school for the summer.
More than 50% children in NC depend on the school system for 2 meals a day. In the summer families turn to their local food banks to help fill that gap or go children go without.
This is our opportunity to support our local food banks and in turn support the children and families of our communities.
NC SHRM is proud to sponsor FEED NC 2016. Get your Chapter involved.
Click here for details.
- In 2014 state wide we donated 49,806 equivalent pounds of food.
- In 2015 we donated 295,098 equivalent pounds of food.
What will we accomplish in 2016? We cannot wait to see.
Join us in Asheville in 2016!
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Congratulations to Angelene Fortune, SHRM-CP, PHR of Morganton for being selected as a recipient of a SHRM Foundation scholarship to attend the 2016 SHRM Talent Management Conference & Exposition April 18-20 in Orlando, FL.