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Membership Advisory Council (MAC)The MAC serves as an interface between the volunteer leaders and the SHRM Board of Directors. The MAC is composed of one elected representative from each of the Regional Councils. The MAC provides input from the membership through the regional councils to the board and feedback from the board to the membership, back through the regional councils; and provides operational input to SHRM to ensure optimum service/support to and from the volunteer leadership. Please
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Regional CouncilsRegional councils are composed of the state council directors in each of the five domestic regions and the chapter presidents in each of the island nation regions. The regional councils provide opportunities for best-practice sharing among and between the council members. In addition, regional councils:
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SHRM Special Expertise PanelsThe SHRM Special Expertise Panels serve as a resource to SHRM by identify topics of importance to the HR profession. The panels are comprised of SHRM members possessing advanced HR knowledge in one of twelve HR concentrations.
Panel member contributions play an integral role in: reporting emerging trends in specific HR topic areas; providing expert advice on matters of professional significance; and providing guidance on matters of public policy.
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