The purpose is to recognize and express appreciation to legislative or business leaders who have proven a continued willingness and effort to listen to HR Professionals' concerns relating to local, state or federal legislative matters affecting the profession, educate themselves on these issues, and actively consider the impact of legislative measures on the Profession.
Must have a record of accessibility and willingness to listen and learn about local, state or federal legislative issues affecting the Human Resources profession. This can include legislators, business leaders, organizations, or associations. This can also include associations, individuals or groups that have worked cooperatively with ARSHRM State Council on its legislative issues. Characteristics of the Award Recipient(s) may include:
The State Council shall solicit nominations from the SHRM affiliated chapters consistent with the nominations process for other ARSHRM Council sponsored awards.
This application must be filled out completely and accurately. Please PRINT or TYPE. You may attach additional sheets if more space is needed. Send your completed application along with any supporting documents to:
Arkansas SHRM State Council
Attn: Kelli Burris – Director of HR, Malvern National Bank
ARSHRM Communications & Award Chair
Deadline is July 31, 2020
The recipient shall receive a suitable award and recognition from ARSHRM State Council at the annual ARSHRM Employment Law & Legislative Affairs Conference. The Employment Law & Legislative Affairs Conference Chair, in cooperation with the Governmental Affairs Director, will coordinate the presentation of the award at this conference.
Nominees must have a record of accessibility and willingness to listen and learn about local, state or federal legislative issues affecting the Human Resources profession. To nominate someone for the Annual Arkansas State Council Friend of the Human Resources Profession Award, please download and complete the nomination form.