As an HR professional, your voice provides a unique perspective that your member of Congress may not have considered. By joining forces with other HR professionals, you directly affect the outcome of pending legislation and regulations. Your actions will ultimately benefit employers and employees all across the nation.
No. SHRM makes it easy for HR professionals to make a difference, with easy to use tools to help you stay informed and help educate Members of Congress on the issues important to our profession.
SHRM members should visit the SHRM Governmental Affairs web page and send an e-mail or letter to your Congressional representatives on any or all of the sample letters that are listed. If you do not know who your member of Congress is, just enter your zip code to find out. Additionally, take a moment to review the legislative fact sheets. Then, be ready to respond to legislative alerts that you may receive from HRA-NCA and SHRM. It is that easy.
If you have questions about how you can get involved in legislative issues, please contact HRA-NCA Vice President-Legislative, at Legislative@hra-nca.org.
Following is a list of local, state, and federal agencies. Recent legal and regulatory issues are addressed at these sites. It is worth your time to brief yourself on these sites and on the current and pending issues these agencies manage and oversee.