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Welcome to the Fayetteville Area Society for Human Resource Management (FASHRM)

We are an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. Whether you are new to the HR field or have many years of experience, we are a local starting point for networking, information, professional development and continued support of excellence in Human Resources.

We welcome your use of this site as a resource and encourage you to check back frequently for updated information. We also encourage your involvement and suggestions about all of our activities, on the web and off. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming meeting or event!

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  • September 16, 2020 to September 18, 2020
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    The NCSHRM Conference is the annual conference of the North Carolina Society For...

  • June 20, 2021 to June 23, 2021
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    Chicago, IL


    Join thousands of your colleagues in the Windy City for what will be four days of high energy, best-in-class programming and skills development. It’s the largest gathering of HR professionals in the world, and it’s the one conference you will wish you didn’t miss.

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