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    Join SCVEA / SHRM Chapter

    Membership Year:  January 1 - December 31st

    New members

    Please fill out the Online Registration Form or print out and mail the PDF Application Form. Once your online registration or application form is received, you will receive an invoice requesting payment via check or credit card.

    Existing SCVEA Members

    To renew your membership, invoices will be sent out in December for the upcoming year and you may pay via check or credit card.  If you do not receive an invoice, you may also renew by completing this form. Once your renewal request form is received, you will receive an invoice requesting payment via check or credit card.

    Membership Dues

    $50 SCVEA membership per person for current SHRM** members*. 

    $100 SCVEA membership per person for Non-SHRM members - Promotional rate for 2018 Membership Year

    $25 Student membership

    Note:

    * Membership dues capped at $400 for four professionals from the same organization with at least one SHRM member
    **National SHRM (The Society for Human Resource Management) is separate from SCVEA; therefore you must apply to SHRM directly for your Membership with National SHRM.

    Individuals or organizations joining after July 1 may request a membership discount.  Please direct any questions to membership@scvea.com.

    Member Benefits

    Networking Directory of Experts: A list of knowledgeable members who have volunteered to share their expertise in one or more of the below topics to assist fellow SCVEA members with resolving specific business related issues.

    • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
    • COBRA
    • Discrimination (Age, Race, and Pregnancy)
    • Diversity in the Workplace
    • Drug Testing Policies
    • Education (Tuition) Assistance Policies
    • Employee Assistance Programs
    • Employee Benefits Programs
    • Employee Turnover
    • Ergonomics
    • Family and Medical Leave Act
    • Flexible Benefits Plans
    • Human Resource Management
    • ISO 9000 Series
    • Labor Unions
    • OSHA
    • Performance Appraisals
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Retirement Plans - 401 (k) Plans
    • Return to Work Program
    • Safety in the Workplace
    • Sexual Harassment Prevention
    • Smoke Free Workplace
    • Training & Development
    • Unemployment Compensation
    • Wage and Salary Surveys
    • Worker’s Compensation

    NETWORKER: Our official newsletter published quarterly. Our newsletter contains "cutting edge" news of particular interest to the growth and development of employers. 

    Member Directory (Members Only) This publication contains descriptive information about our various member organizations as well as the Association's Networking Directory.

    Employers' Legal Hotline: Tom Revnew, an Attorney with Seaton Peters Revnew and Jennifer Nodes, an Attorney with Jackson Lewis, will field telephone calls involving labor and employment law as a free service to SCVEA Members. Calls on these issues are intended to consume less than 15 minutes and are limited to two per member during a six month period. They will not include excessive research, review of documents, drafting, litigation or charge or grievance handling or response.

                       Tom Revnew:  1-952-896-1700            Jennifer Nodes:  1-612-341-8131

    Discounted Admission to Seminars, Workshops & Meetings: The SCVEA provides professional development seminars, workshops and special meetings. The fees for such events are often discounted for employees of member organizations.

    Announce Jobs & Employees: Member organizations may announce job vacancies in the NETWORKER. In addition, employers may announce the availability of qualified employees who are excess to their needs.

    Collaborate: Leaders and managers in our member organizations have the unique opportunity at association sponsored meetings and social events to come together, network and resolve mutual business and employment issues.

    Partnerships: We have partnership arrangements with other community organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, allowing our members greater participation in training programs and networking.