Before your membership is about to expire, you will be sent an email that will take you to a screen to renew your membership.
- Access to events focused on education, networking, and cutting edge topics
- Ancillary membership in the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
- NEHRA Affiliation - $125.00 membership (regular price $195)
- Discounted meeting and conference rates
- Scholarship program
- Monthly Newsletters
- Legal and legislative updates
- Leadership and volunteer opportunities
- HCRI and SHRM recertification credits
- Virtual and in gratis hours with Attorney Michael Foley
- Everything included in Basic Membership
- PLUS! All breakfast meetings and any extended sessions
What happens if I change jobs?
Anytime you have a change in your profile you are able to login and make the the necessary changes.
What types of programs are offered throughout the year?
We offer many programs from breakfast meetings, to networking sessions in order to help our members keep up with the latest Human Resources issues and to find others to share our experiences.
I forgot my log-in information, how can I get it?
How long is my membership good for?
Your membership is good for 12 months from the date of effectiveness.
How do I become more involved?
We are always looking for help on any of our committees, for more information regarding the various committees available to volunteer on please check out the membership tab of the website under volunteer.
Will my contact information be sold or rented to others?
No, we do not rent or sell any members contact information.
Is CCHRA affiliated with NEHRA, and/or SHRM, and do you offer discount rates to each?
CCHRA is affiliated with NEHRA and does at times offer discounted rates if you join both CCHRA and NEHRA. If you are a member of NEHRA you would also be eligible to receive a membership discount with SHRM.
How Do I Gain Credits for HRCI With Workshops?
Attending registrants will be provided with HRCI documentation of program.
Read our committee descriptions
This committee shall advise the Directors in advance on the selection or termination of members and ensure that procedures are in effect to hear an appeal of actions affecting individual members adversely. The committee shall provide ideas for development of membership; provide new members with orientation to acquaint them with the nature and purpose of the association; provide input and recommendations to the Directors and members regarding EEO/Affirmative Action and networking; and develop relationships with key individuals and agencies in the community.
This committee will choose techniques for communicating programs and purposes of the association, including news releases, articles, public service announcements, letters to target audience members and community leaders, flyers, data sheets, pictures and other communication to media, organizations, and other target groups. The committee shall build a complete and current list of media.
This committee, before presenting any person for election as an officer, shall obtain an indication of willingness to serve in the position to which elected. Candidates for office shall have been a member of the association for one year. Other properly qualified members may be nominated from the floor, if such nomination is seconded. Election shall be by a majority of members eligible and voting, and the person receiving the largest number of votes all be elected. A secret ballot may be requested and if approval is voted, it shall be held. The Committee shall also assist the President in identifying members willing to serve as Committee Chairs.
This committee will conduct an annual survey of the members’ training needs, topics of interest to members and develop cost effective programs to coincide with this survey, provide a forum for discussion, information and training in human resource management, employment policies and practices and related matters focusing on the professional development of the membership. The Committee may hold periodic conferences and workshops based upon the needs and interests of the membership.
This committee recommends and administers a program providing association funds to appropriate individuals who are pursuing, or plan to pursue, training or education in the field of HR management.
This committee reviews the by-laws periodically, to assure association adherence to these by-laws and recommend changes appropriate to the membership.