LET’S GET TO WORK
At SHRM we are focused on five key policy areas that have a meaningful impact on the workplace
Support effective workforce development strategies
Advance healthy work cultures and workplace equity
Enact modern paid leave and workplace flexibility solutions
Strengthen and improve the employer-based health care system
Build a modern immigration system that fuels economic growth and protects U.S. workers
49% of organizations that offer paid leave do so in an effort to meet leadership priorities or support retention and recruitment.
COVID-19 has sparked a renewed debate about paid leave policy. Congress swiftly passed significant changes to paid leave requirements that are having an enormous impact on workplaces. SHRM is elevating the Voice of HR as the debate enters a new era.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD
Since HR professionals are on the ground floor of workplace policy administration, it is critical that we maintain active involvement in advocating for policies that are realistic to administer and are beneficial to the workforce.
Owner & HR Consultant, A Better HR
I realized that in learning how to tell the story of how policies impacted my workers and workplace, that I became more aware of best practices versus mandates and laws.
VP of Contracts & Compliance, Meador Staffing Services, Inc.
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