The subject guide to Human Resource Management provides information on resources available from the Alvin Sherman Library, both in the library and online, related to Human Resource Management. The guide covers books, articles, web sites, and citations.
HRABC was formed in 1968 as the Personnel Association of Broward County (PABC), to meet the professional needs of the individuals involved in human resource management. Since its inception, HRABC has provided a forum for our members to exchange information and ideas, and enhance their professional growth.
NAAAHR-South Florida Chapter is a 501(c)3 certified non-profit that values the many talents and abilities of its MEMBERS and seek to foster an open, cooperative and dynamic environment where professional development, personal growth and leadership potential can thrive.
The National Human Resources Association (NHRA) is focused on advancing the individual career development, planning and leadership of human resource (HR) professionals. Through professional networking programs and development services offered across the country, they strive to support human resource professionals throughout their career life cycle.
Founded in 1948, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management. The Society is the leading provider of resources to serve the needs of HR professionals and advance the professional practice of human resource management.
The Staffing Management Association of South Florida (formerly Employee Management Association – EMA) is a Special Interest Chapter (SIC) of the Society of Human Resource Management, offering our members all the benefits of SHRM membership while providing specialized content focused on recruiting, staffing and retention.
Representing over 16,000 individual human resource professionals, the HR Florida State Council is the state affiliate for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Their primary objective is to support the mission and initiatives of SHRM, coordinate professional development efforts, and serve as the conduit for communication among SHRM and chapters as well as at-large members.
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