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Mission Statement

    The Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management exists to encourage and assists in the professional development of our members, and to advance the professional image of the Human Resource Management field

    About CVSHRM

    Dedicated to advancing the human resources profession in the Chippewa Valley, the Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management provides individuals with opportunities for professional growth, leadership development and networking channels, in order to optimize their contributions as leaders and decision makers within their organizations. CVSHRM was established in Wisconsin and became a charter member of SHRM in March 1976 and has greatly expanded over the years. Today's membership exceeds 170 individuals representing over 100 employers. CVSHRM is affiliated with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and is one of the largest of 15 SHRM Chapters in Wisconsin. Officers are elected annually and together with a number of additional members, make up the Executive Board. The board is responsible for setting policy, formulating program objectives, achieving strategic initiatives and coordinating committee activities.

    CVSHRM Code of Conduct

    This Code of Conduct for the Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management has been adopted to promote and maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct among its members. By joining this Chapter, a member indicates his/her support for upholding this Code and the understanding of his/her individual responsibility to act in accordance with the following items, thereby assuring that all Chapter activities support the development, networking, and educational intents of this professional organization.

    As a member of the Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management, I pledge to:


    • Maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct.
    • Strive for personal growth in the field of human resource management.
    • Support SHRM's goals and objectives for developing the human resource management profession.
    • Instill in the public and other CVSHRM members a sense of confidence about my conduct and intentions.
    • Uphold all laws and regulations relating to my activities.
    • Refrain from using my official positions, either regular or volunteer, to secure special privilege, gain or benefit for myself.
    • Maintain the confidentiality of privileged information.
    • Refrain from using CVSHRM meetings, events and/or other CVSHRM activities to solicit CVSHRM members for self-promotion.
    • Strive to make my employer profitable both in monetary terms and through the support and encouragement of effective employment practices. Improve public understanding of the role of human resource management.