This special award was designed to recognize outstanding leadership and achievements in the Human Resources field. The recipient is an individual who serves as a role model for others, sets the standard by which others are measured and unselfishly gives of themselves to the betterment of TAHRA, the Human Resources profession and the community.
This special award recognizes an outstanding new professional in our organization. The recipient serves as an inspiration for others, sets high standards, has contributed to the advancement of the profession and gives of themselves to the betterment of the community.
TAHRA would like to congratulate the 2009 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma. Many of these companies employ active TAHRA members. We would like to thank the members and their employers for their support and participation of TAHRA.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in Alexandria, VA has awarded the Superior Merit Chapter designation to the Tulsa Area Human Resource Association (TAHRA) of Oklahoma for its scope of work in perpetuating and supporting the mission of the organization in 2008.
The SHRM Foundation has committed a total of $100,000 annually for scholarships to be awarded to national SHRM members pursuing a degree in human resources or SPHR, GPHR, PHR or California certification. Chapters and state councils are eligible to compete for the scholarship monies to fund programs that promote certification.
Purpose: TAHRA expressed interest in creating an opportunity for members to broaden their knowledge of the importance of workplace diversity to the success of any company or community.