Oklahoma offers 12 local SHRM affiliate chapters which provide programming, development and networking opportunities in the state.
Serving the Ardmore area Human Resource professionals by providing networking, education and resources designed to enhance professional growth and development.
Founded in 2008, The Central Oklahoma Human Resource Association has been advancing organizations through human resources since 2008. Through the efforts of committed volunteers and an empowered membership, COHRA provides innovative and practical human resource information to address business and community issues.
Valuing People as Individuals: We care about the people within our organizations and our profession; we strive to help individuals reach their full potential.
The goal of the Muskogee Area HR Association is to continue the legacy of providing a local forum for human resource issues and topics while providing timely, high quality programs and services.
The vision of the Oklahoma City Human Resources Society is to be the center of knowledge, inspiration and influence for people management and organizational development in the central Oklahoma HR and business community.
The global voice of the HR profession within the Ponca City community. Ponca City Area SHRM is dedicated to providing resources and education to human resource professionals in Ponca City and the surrounding area.
An association of Human Resource Professionals and Practitioners joining together to promote excellence in the HR field by providing our members opportunity for professional and personal growth.
Southeastern Oklahoma SHRM is focused on assisting local HR and business professionals in their learning and growth in regard to HR knowledge and networking.
Southwest Oklahoma strives to be the primary influencer of workplace policies by practices that benefit members and their organizations and build a broad and actively engaged membership to ensure dissemination of leading practices to the workplace.
The purposes of SAHRA shall be: to improve competence of human resource professionals; to raise standards of performance in all phases of human resources; to encourage adherence to SAHRAs Code of Ethics and SAHRA is organized and shall be operated exclusively for professional, educational, and charitable purposes.
TAHRA’s mission is to promote the professional development of its members by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available.
Western Oklahoma Human Resources organization promotes and supports the human resources function through networking and educational opportunities in Western Oklahoma in and around the Weatherford area.