HRMI® offers four grades of membership: Fellow Member, Senior Member, Professional Member and Associate Member.
An Associate Member is a practitioner who has an interest in the HR management profession and supports the objectives of the Institute.
This category of membership is for those with an interest in human resources management who are not practicing HR management profession, or who have not yet reached the criteria for Professional membership. Affiliates include users of HR management consulting services, academics, journalists, and professional managers. Affiliate members must abide by the HRMI Code of Ethics. Associate members are NOT voting members and may not receive the full benefits of the Institute.
Affiliate Member annual dues are $75 including application fee.
A Professional Member is a practicing HR management, or a potential HR management, who agrees to subscribe to the HRMI Code of Ethics and who may choose to work towards the Institute’s professional qualification of HRMI®.
The applicant must provide evidence of AT LEAST ONE of the criteria listed below:
* At least five year experience in HR management
* Masters Degree in Business or related field (e.g., MBA )
* Meets the certification requirements of CHRP.
* Currently working as a HR professional within a HRMI Accredited Practice
Professional members receive the full benefits of the Institute.
Professional Member annual dues are $100, including application fee.
A Member is who is in good standing and has demonstrated competence and satisfies the HRMI certification requirements of CHRM, CHRD or CHRC and has agreed to abide by the HRMI Code of Ethics.
Senior Member annual dues are $100, including application fee.
A Fellow Member is who is in good standing and has demonstrated competence, satisfies the HRMI certification requirements and holds Master Degree/ PhD in Business or related field as well as agreed to abide by the HRMI Code of Ethics. The Fellow Grade recognizes significant HR management achievements and contributions to the HR management profession. At the time of advancement from member grade, a Fellow shall be a corporate member of the Institute, shall have been responsible for significant human resources achievements, and shall have not less than 5 years of active practice and 10 years of continuous corporate membership in HRMI