Links to sources of employment-related information are shown below.
Business Ethics – A 10-week online certification program designed for ethics officers and managers concerned with the development and implementation of ethics programs in the work environment.
Employee Benefit News – Information, analysis and work solutions for benefits decision makers.
HR World – A place to find information, resources and opportunities within Human Resources.
Human Resource Management – The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management.
US Department of Labor News – Press releases, speeches and congressional testimony.
Workforce Magazine – Count on Workforce’s 80 years of experience to identify trends in HR and give you the tools to be successful.
U.S. Department of Labor – Prepares the American workforce for new and better jobs, ensuring the adequacy of America’s workplaces.
Chamber of Commerce Locator – Search for a Chamber of Commerce anywhere in the country.
American Society of Pension Actuaries – ASPA is a national organization of retirement benefits professionals.
American Society for Training & Development – World’s leading association for workplace learning and performance professionals.
EEAC/Affirmative Action – Equal Employment Advisory Council dedicated to eliminate workplace discrimination.
ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) – An association of America’s largest employers committed to the advancement of voluntary retirement, health care coverage and other employee benefit plans.
Employers Council on Flexible Compensation – Effective benefits lobbying organization.
International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans – The largest educational association serving the employee benefits and compensation industry.
International Personnel Management Association Assessment Council (IPMAAC) – News, regional associations and a discussion board.
HR Policy Association – A public policy advocacy organization representing corporate executives interested in human resource policy from more than 200 leading corporations doing business in the United States.
World at Work – Formerly the American Compensation Association and the Canadian Compensation Association, World at Work is the world’s leading not-for-profit professional association dedicated to knowledge leadership in compensation, benefits and total rewards.