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The Lakeshore Area Human Resources Association (LAHRA) is an individual membership organization committed to serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the interests of the HR profession. LAHRA promotes sound human resource practices, provides continuing education opportunities in the human resources field, provides opportunities for the exchange of human resources knowledge and experience, encourages better human relations in organizations, and advocates action on legislative issues which affect human resource practices.

Whether you are new to the HR field or have many years of experience, LAHRA is your local starting point to a wealth of information and resources to assist you professionally, including SHRM credits for monthly meeting topics. 

Monthly meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month January - May and September - October.  There is also a meeting the first Wednesday of December. Meeting registration is emailed out prior to the event. We look forward to welcoming you at an upcoming meeting!

2020 Membership Application (membership runs Jan 1 - Dec 31 annually)

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Not getting invitations in your email?  All of our meeting invitations are also posted on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LAHRAManty/

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