NCHRA

AcronymDefinition
NCHRANorthern California Human Resources Association
NCHRANorthern Colorado Human Resource Association (Fort Collins, CO)
NCHRANational Coalition of Human Rights Activists
NCHRANorth Coast Rental Housing Association (Santa Rosa, CA)
NCHRANorth Country Human Resource Association (Littleton, NH)
NCHRANorth Carolina Hockey Referees Association
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The NCHRA, the second largest HR Association in the country, serves an HR community of more than 20,000 and has been advancing organizations through human resources since 1960.
Our partnership with emTRAiN allows us to expand the range of services we offer our members and the many HR professionals who look to us for resources," said Lisa Paul, SPHR, 2003 NCHRA president.
Through the distribution of emTRAiN's eLearning courses, NCHRA will be able to help its members strengthen their overall HR training curriculum and avoid workplace problems before they arise.
We are excited to announce this new Chapter, and its support of our goal of uniting human resources professionals throughout Northern California," says 2000 NCHRA President Jean Barbagelata, Director of HR for Schoolpop.
With more than 4,600 members, from Solano County to Santa Cruz, and eleven regional chapters, NCHRA is the largest HR professional association in Northern California, and the largest affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
The "Early Bird Registration Fee" (before August 1) is $395 NCHRA members, $495 non-members.
With more than 4,600 members, from Nevada County to the Santa Clara Valley, NCHRA is the largest HR professional association in Northern California, and the largest affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM.
With more than 4,650 members, from Solano County to the Santa Clara Valley, and ten regional chapters, NCHRA is the largest HR professional association in Northern California, and the largest affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
SAN FRANCISCO, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The 1999 NCHRA Annual Conference and Trade Show, "People: HR's Key to the Future", to be held September 29 & 30, 1999, at the Oakland Convention Center, will feature a closing keynote session by Alan Webber, the co-founder and editor of Fast Company magazine.
With more than 4,500 members, from Solano County to the Santa Clara Valley, NCHRA, formerly the Northern California Human Resources Council (NCHRC), is the largest HR professional association in Northern California, and the largest affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).