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In 1948, a group of 28 professionals, in Berea, Ohio, dedicated to the advancement of the personnel profession formed the American Society for 
Personnel Administration (ASPA), now known as the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). As ASPA became more nationally recognized they
relocated its headquarters to Alexandria, VA where it currently maintains a close and watchful influence on legislative issues that come from Washington. SHRM prides itself on being the leading voice of the human resource profession and represents the interests of more than 160,000 professional members around the world.

 

Locally, in 1989, under the direction of chapter president, Tom Toaddy, the chapter renamed themselves to The Greater Lake County Chapter of SHRM. In 1999, the growth of the chapter was now including Geauga county hence the chapter again renamed themselves more accordingly to the
Lake/Geauga Area Chapter of SHRM.

 

(LGASHRM is a 501(c)6 Professional Association as defined by the IRS)

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To provide a community for Human Resource Professionals to develop and enhance their skills as strategic business leaders and community partners.

 

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Helping Human Resource Professionals connect, support and grow.

 

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