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Welcome to the Alabama SHRM State Council

 

 

We will see you at the 2021 Alabama SHRM Conference & Expo on May 4-5, 2021 at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Alabama HR Leaders, 

As you know, our 2020 Conference was originally planned for May, postponed to September, and then was converted to a hybrid model with in-person and virtual options.

We want to be transparent with you that we don't feel comfortable providing an in-person experience next month, and we don't think we can offer a fully virtual experience that will meet the quality of conference we're used to in our state. 

In lieu of a state conference, we will be hosting a webinar series throughout Fall 2020! Stay connected with ALSHRM for more news on Fall events.

Together, we are Embracing the Human in Human Resources all the way into 2021. We can't wait to see you at the 2021 Alabama SHRM Conference & Expo on May 4-5. 

#ALSHRM21 is for you! 

Sincerely, 

Your ALSHRM Conference Committee

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