SHRM is recognized in the December 2013 issue of Washingtonian magazine as one of "50 Great Places To Work."
Director, Technology Infrastructure Management
"In July of 2000, SHRM needed a temp to assist with supporting the help desk. My agency sent me over to fill in the gap. Six months later I was asked to come on board full time by SHRM’s CEO, and the rest is history."
Manager, Internal Audit Services
"I’m responsible for assisting management in identifying and managing risk, improving processes and controls, and enhancing effective governance. I enjoy providing value to our business and having the flexibility to be able to balance my personal and professional commitments."
Lead Senior Accountant
"SHRM is a great place to work. I really enjoy what I do here!"
Senior Associate, Government Relations
"As a registered lobbyist for SHRM, I’m assisting in shaping future policies that will govern the profession. In my role I’m also training HR professionals on how to advocate and become engaged in the policy-making process. It’s a great feeling to empower my HR colleagues to embrace civic engagement."
Looking for a job that lets you be you?
We believe it takes all kinds of people with all sorts of skills, backgrounds and interests to make an organization successful. So whatever it is that makes you different, interesting or unique, we want you to bring it to SHRM and "Work It.”
In our offices, you’ll find graphic designers who read the Economist. Long-distance runners who advocate on Capitol Hill. Network engineers who love yoga. And business strategists who grow their own kale.
At SHRM, we’ve created a work environment that supports what drives you personally and professionally. A culture that believes a good idea can come from anyone. Flexible work schedules to appeal to early risers, night owls and everyone in between. And benefits that don’t just say we care, but prove it!Whoever you are—whatever makes you you—bring it to SHRM and "Work It."
Some fun benefits/perks our employees enjoy:
We encourage professional development and pursuit of a degree.