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SHRM Medina County Receives Two Prestigious Awards

    March 5, 2013

    SHRM - Medina County is excited to announce that we have received two prestigious awards from national SHRM for efforts made in 2012!

    As a result of our chapter’s fundraising efforts in 2012, our chapter has been designated as a 2012 SHRM Foundation Champion.

    The support provided by SHRM local chapters and councils allows the Foundation the ability to provide opportunities available to our fellow HR professionals that they may not have had otherwise, including: 

    • Research grants for cutting-edge academic studies
    • More than 140 education and certification scholarships to HR professionals and students
    • Educational resources including Effective Practice Guidelines reports, DVDs and Executive Briefings 

    These resources are making a big difference in the professional lives of our fellow SHRM members!

    The Membership Star and Superstar Awards recognize achievement in SHRM membership growth.  All chapters and state councils are eligible for this program.  Award levels recognize membership growth during the calendar year.  The 2012 award parameters were: Star:  0% - 2.9% growth and Superstar:  3%+ growth.

    SHRM Medina County has achieved Membership Superstar status for 2012!

    Even though our economy continues to be challenging, our chapter was able to overcome these challenges and still advance SHRM membership in 2012.  Many chapters experienced declining membership during the year, so our chapter's ability to maintain or realize growth is highly commended. Special congratulations to Dan Csaky, current President-Elect and 2012 VP Membership for his achievement of growing our chapter’s membership by 10.34% in 2012, which resulted in the Membership Superstar award!

    SHRM – Medina County takes great pride in our achievements and would like to thank the 2012 Board of Directors and for their efforts in 2012. 

    Also, we would like to thank all of our members! Your membership and active participation from the membership will continue to make our organization strong and a viable resource.