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Members of the Special Expertise Panels are responsible for subject matter expertise in one of the areas noted below. Individuals in these volunteer positions agree to share, disseminate and use this information to serve and advance the HR profession.
Panel OpportunitiesEthics/Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability
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