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Welcome to the Golden East Society for Human Resource Management

Golden East SHRM is a non-profit association comprised of human resources leaders and professionals representing small, medium and large companies in the eastern part of North Carolina, including Nash, Edgecombe, Wilson and Halifax counties. Our primary function is to provide members with a wide variety of professional development programs and an opportunity to share knowledge and information concerning the human resources profession and related activities in our area.

This site provides information regarding membership, meetings, current programs that we sponsor, career opportunities for HR professionals and a wealth of other information. Guests and new members are welcome. Should you need additional information about our chapter, please contact one of our officers or committee members. We will be happy to assist you.

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  • April 20, 2021 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
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    Virtual

             April 20, 2021

    Program Announcement

    The Golden East Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management is pleased to present the following program for our members...

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