To some, this polemic smells Capitalism and Money, breaking the cycle of "unchartered waters".
To others it is personally encouraging - if they support the new SHRM format - or all too simply confusing and unsettling, if they are out -of- the- loop, common HR people.
To observers this is no surprise since they had unfolded the following about SHRM a few years back:
"Board compensation increasesBoard compensation unchecked by independent committeeUnrestricted first class travel for board membersOnly 38 percent of board members having at least a PHR certificationOnly 60 percent of board members are HR prosSHRM CEO is a finance pro, not an HR proSHRM board uses a search firm to find board members, including those uncertified and not members of SHRMSHRM board retains nearly all power, with extremely limited member recourse" (References, here) Updates on SHRM transparency efforts have been published. Get acquainted with the site.
It has been noted t…