HR Policy Association members have access to a wide offering of initiatives dedicated to improving public policy and the HR profession. Our initiatives focus on key areas important to our members — whether executive compensation, health care, employment policy, or global issues. Please click through to learn more about accessing these benefits.
With over 140 members, the Center On Executive Compensation provides deep expertise and advocacy on the top executive compensation and corporate governance public policy and practice issues facing Chief Human Resource Officers and their teams.
The CHRO role is a global role. Beginning in 2020, the HR Policy Association is pleased to offer a premium membership package focusing on important HR and Labor updates globally.
Large employers seek to provide quality, affordable health care to employees and their dependents. As the health care policy landscape evolves, the Institute serves to provide thought leadership grounded in the practical experience of America’s largest employers.
HR Policy Association created the Council on Inclusion and Diversity to provide chief human resource officers and senior diversity executives resources and tools, develop initiatives to support greater equity of process and representation of Female, Black, Latino, Asian, LBGTQ+, and other underrepresented employees in senior management in the near term, and help build a long-term sustainable diverse talent pipeline and a culture of belonging.
The Evolving Workplace initiative seeks to provide support to Association members as they navigate the impact of changes in work, the workforce and the workplace.
HR Policy’s advocacy agenda is driven by its membership. The Employment & Labor Group (Formerly FWPC) is where members engage on issues including labor and employment, immigration, and data privacy to provide insights and guide the Association’s efforts. Participation in the Group is open to all HR Policy members at no additional cost.