About Us

What Sets Us Apart

HR Policy Association has been bringing together the chief human resource officers of large corporations for more than 40 years. There are hundreds if not thousands of HR organizations, but what sets HR Policy Association apart are the following:

  • An organization that brings together the top HR executives from primarily Fortune 500 companies.
  • The primary attendees at HR Policy's main membership meetings are the most senior human resource executives of the Association's member corporations. The number of senior corporate executives who attend our membership meetings typically exceeds 200 per meeting.
  • The Association's culture is one that goes beyond simply networking and benchmarking; what brings HR executives to our organization is an interest in working collaboratively with their peers to develop positive solutions to the most difficult problems facing senior corporate human resource officers.
  • The Association routinely provides the most comprehensive and timely analytical materials of HR public policy trends. These insights provide senior corporate decision makers with the tools needed to assess the potential impact of the public policy process and build effective strategies.
  • A desire to have the unique perspective of chief human resource officers properly represented in the policy debates in Congress, the media, and the public at large.
  • A strong interest in going beyond simply reacting to change. The Association seeks to lay out a vision for competitive workplace policies that promote job growth and employment security.

Addressing issues of common concern and bringing the collective weight of the membership to bear on the pressing problems of the day have been hallmarks of the Association since its formation in 1968.

Membership in the Association is a corporate membership, and the company is represented in the Association by its most senior human resource executive.

Membership Information

HR Policy Association is a corporate member organization—a single membership in the name of the member company provides Association benefits to all HR professionals company-wide.

The Association seeks to address the needs and represent the views of chief human resource officers. Thus, the company's prime representative in the Association is typically its most senior human resources executive. However, HR professionals at a variety of levels are strongly encouraged to participate in Association activities through our roundtables, advisory boards, working groups and conference calls. Also, there is no limit to the number of HR professionals that can be registered for access to our members-only website and our electronic news services, a feature that makes the Association extremely cost effective in staying on top of HR public policy trends.

Requirements

The typical HR Policy Association member has at least 1,500 employees and a over $1B in revenue.

Annual Dues

$15,500  ($15,000 if paid by Check, ACH or Bank Wires)

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