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I have been working at SHRM full-time
Great year end incentives; nice coworkers; SHRM is a leader in HR community; ability to travel if you work on a conference; some employee activities to meet coworkers and build rapport
- Lack of training for managers.
- Lack of professional development opportunities.
- Overall benefits are okay
- A sense that employees are entitled- The perspective from HR it seems
- HR department trying to look good for new CEO
- Not a lot of room to move up- it appears that if HR doesn't like you then your chance to move up is very little- they don't look at your work or your potential, seems more personal.
Advice to Management
- Relook at your leadership team - ensure trusted leaders are representing the HR community- you can start by listening to what your employees say about the leadership team.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at SHRM.
Generally, very slow. I now know that about 50% of it is due to the consensus culture within, which requires that everyone must agree with one decision. They much prefer to do panel interviews. Panel interviews help to divide risk.
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