ATRA provides opportunities to learn, network and share knowledge with your fellow Total Rewards professionals. Whether discussing benefits, compensation or issues pertaining to HRIS applications in these areas, you will find local professionals to guide you to the answers you seek.
The Silicon Valley Compensation Association (SVCA) is an organization of compensation professionals who have common interests related to direct and indirect compensation management, as well as to the entire scope of human resources management. Periodic meetings, communications, and educational programs are designed to enhance members’ compensation knowledge in the areas of current research and legislation/practices in all phases of employee compensation including wages, salaries, incentives, employee benefits and other forms of employee remuneration. The SVCA is a member of the WorldatWork Local Network.
Educated & enriched Total Rewards professionals are invaluable to employers. Rocky Mountain Total Rewards Association (RMTRA) helps foster your expertise by providing up-to-date certifications and access to a community of deeply experienced professionals. Whether you’ve just started your career and are looking to connect or you’re an advanced pro who needs to stay well-informed, RMTRA will help your career grow and thrive.
The North Florida Compensation & Benefits Association (NFCBA) strives to be a leading resource in North Florida for education, learning, certification, and networking. Through being responsive to our member needs, we create a network of energized and engaged professionals, both current and emerging. We enhance the field of compensation & benefits by promoting professional development and leadership opportunities.
The Atlanta Area Compensation Association (AACA) was formed in 1990 by a group of compensation and benefits professionals interested in fostering education and exchange of information among compensation and benefits practitioners and policy makers. AACA is a member of the WorldatWork Group Partnership Network, an international network of more than 80 compensation associations organized to facilitate communication and information sharing among its members. AACA is a nonprofit organization.
Hawaii Compensation Group (HICOMP) is the premier forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas for total rewards professionals in Hawaii. The Hawaii Compensation Group (HICOMP), in association with WorldatWork is a nonprofit organization dedicated to provide education, support and development in the areas of compensation, benefits, worksite wellness, work-life effectiveness, and total rewards. We are committed to provide invaluable educational and networking opportunities.
The mission of the Southern Idaho Compensation & Benefits Association (SICBA) is to promote the advancement of knowledge in the professional field of total rewards, which is defined to include all areas of direct and indirect remuneration of employees. SICBA addresses this mission through the sponsorship of professional compensation and benefits education; professional information exchange; and compensation and benefits data gathering and research.
The Chicago Compensation Association (CCA) is an independent professional association committed to providing leadership in the education and development of compensation professionals in the Chicago metropolitan area. The CCA advances the body of knowledge of the total compensation field through educational seminars, member forums, a multi-featured website, access to publications, networking opportunities and related activities and services. The Association pursues its mission through the support and effort of individual members, their employers and other related groups.
We are proud to be a member of the WorldatWork Local Network. Together with WorldatWork,we are committed to your professional development and invite you to purchase WorldatWork courses, Blended Learning courses, E-Learning courses, webinars, conferences and membership at a discounted rate. Being a member of Total Rewards KC gives you discounts on WorldatWork classes, webinars and publications.
The Bluegrass Compensation Association was founded in 1997 by area human resources professionals who had a desire to promote the professional practice of compensation and benefits management. We provide education programs, networking opportunities and access to information resources to a membership made up of professionals, managers and administrative staff from top employers in Central Kentucky.
Louisville Society for Human Resource Management (LSHRM) is committed to excellence in the practice of human resource management and is Kentucky’s largest professional human resources organization.
New England Compensation Consortium (NECC) is a not-for-profit organization focusing on providing professional development and networking opportunities to our members. As the region’s premier compensation networking group with over 300+ members, our membership includes compensation professionals from over 150 organizations located in the Greater Boston area and throughout New England. We have been a source and destination for practitioners and consultants to exchange ideas and information both virtually and in-person for 20+ years.
The New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) is the association for employee benefit professionals throughout New England. We are the definitive leader in advancing knowledge and facilitating networking for employer benefit practitioners, consultants and providers of services. NEEBC is a not-for-profit IRS 501(c)(3) association with over 1,200 members. The Council’s strength is its diverse membership, comprised of both employers and providers of benefits consulting and services.
We’re more than a group of HR professionals. We’re business leaders, front-line team members, suppliers and educators who happen to be HR professionals. The visibility and complexity of the HR function is higher than ever in today’s global business environment. If you’re looking for an organization who takes their responsibility to provide the resources you need, perhaps before you even know you need them, you belong.
The Minneapolis and St. Paul Twin Cities Compensation Network (TCCN) is a professional membership organization dedicated to providing networking opportunities and educational resources for people in the Compensation profession. TCCN is a Local Network affiliate of WorldatWork .
Established in 1991, Total Rewards KC, formerly known as the Kansas City Compensation and Benefits Association (KCCBA), was formed when a group of compensation and benefits professionals were looking for an alternative to the local human resources associations available at the time. Their goal was to facilitate knowledge sharing and networking among seasoned compensation and benefits professionals. Those founding members were: Julie Barnett Davis, Bob Jones, Jay Knox, Chuck Lindberg, Dorothy Ramsey, Karen Ross, Bernie Schroer, Steve Stein and Lesia Troesser. In 2017, KCCBA rebranded as Total Rewards KC in order to keep up with the ever-changing industry we serve.
Located in the Midwest on the banks of the Mississippi river at the Gateway to the West, CBN is formed of compensation, benefits and total rewards professionals throughout the greater metropolitan St. Louis region. We involve student chapter members from Webster University and other local university programs up through executive-level compensation, benefits and HR professionals. Within CBN you will find thought leaders, practitioners, and program & policy designers across diverse industries in the region. A sampling of company members include:
Human Resource Association of the Midlands (HRAM) is the premier member organization for human resource professionals serving the Omaha/Council Bluffs metropolitan area. Classified as a “super-mega” chapter, HRAM is one of the largest affiliated chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), a remarkable achievement for an organization located in a metro area of its size.
SNCBA currently represents more than 70 employers in Southern Nevada within the gaming, utilities, government, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors. We are proud to be associated with WorldatWork, one of the world’s leading not-for-profit professional associations dedicated to knowledge leadership in compensation, benefits, and total rewards.
The New Jersey Compensation Association (NJCA) was founded in the early 1950’s by a small group of personnel generalists from manufacturing companies in the Newark, New Jersey area. The original purpose was to establish a relationship for sharing wage and salary information. Word spread and the Association grew rapidly.
The Upstate Total Rewards Association (UTRA) was founded in 2008 to provide WNY companies and HR professionals with an organization focused upon compensation, benefits and work-life issues. As a member of WorldatWork’s Local Network, we have access to resources and professional development opportunities offered by a premier global human resources association. However, as a regional association we assist members in addressing local issues.
The Charlotte Area Compensation Council, Inc. is an organization for human resource professionals practicing in the field of compensation, benefits, and total rewards. The CACC was first organized in 1992, and incorporated as a non-profit professional organization in September 2002.
The Columbus Compensation Association is a member organization dedicated to developing and connecting Compensation Professionals and expanding awareness of the Compensation profession in Central Ohio through educational seminars, member forums, cost-effective access to certification classes, and networking opportunities.
The Greater Cincinnati Compensation & Benefits Association (GCCBA) was founded in 1990 to promote the advancement of its profession. The organization provides networking opportunities, offers ongoing professional development programs and serves as an information center to the Human Resources community. GCCBA members include compensation, benefits and human resources professionals of all levels — and from organizations of all sizes throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Membership is open to Human Resources professionals who have an interest in learning more about compensation and benefits.
With over 360 members from Oregon and SW Washington organizations, TRPDX provides networking opportunities to help you find a solution to a challenge or learn from the practices and policies of your peers. TRPDX membership is open to compensation, benefits and other human resources professionals, and to students considering a career in the human resource field.
For over 30 years, PEBA has been the association of choice for the Delaware Valley’s benefits and compensation professionals. Founded by local benefits professionals looking to expand the education opportunities for other benefits professionals in the Delaware Valley, PEBA has expanded its scope over the years to have members with benefits and compensation responsibilities. PEBA is organized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is exempt from federal income tax.
The Pittsburgh Total Rewards Association is an organization of professionals, from all industries, committed to the advancement of total compensation management. The PTRA is a member of the WorldAtWork Group Partnership Network (GPN).
Middle Tennessee Society for Human Resource Management, formerly an ASPA chapter, was established in 1967. We continue to see growth in our programs and membership! There are more than 100 Professional development programs, there are over 20 committees, and members have never been more involved in their communities.
The East Tennessee Compensation Association (ETCA) was founded in 1992 as an opportunity for Human Resources professionals in the greater East Tennessee area to network and share best practices in compensation, employee benefits and work-life disciplines — what we refer to as Total Compensation
The Mid-South Compensation Association (MSCA) is a WorldatWork Local Network committed to providing education and development of total rewards professionals in the Memphis metropolitan area. The MSCA advances the total rewards field by offering our members educational seminars and speakers, networking events, discounted WorldatWork classes, and related activities and services. MSCA relies on support from individual members, their employers, select sponsors, and other related groups.
The mission of the Houston Compensation & Benefits is to advance the development of total rewards professionals through educational programming, professional development and networking opportunities. HC&B is a local network affiliate of WorldatWork and is a part of the Texas Total Rewards Alliance.
The North Texas Compensation Association (NTCA) was founded in the fall of 1993 by a group of compensation professionals to foster education and exchange of information among compensation practitioners and policy makers.
The Central Texas Compensation and Benefits Association was created with the purpose to help its members learn and share compensation and benefits expertise. We are committed to promoting the professional practice of Total Rewards Management in order to attract, retain and motivate employees.
The San Antonio Compensation Association (SACA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization affiliated with WorldatWork’s group partnership network. We have members comprised of professionals employed by businesses throughout San Antonio and the surrounding areas. This professional organization is dedicated to: the exchange of ideas regarding compensation and benefits trends and best practices; promoting the compensation and benefits field by developing partnerships with other Human Resource associations; and providing educational and professional development opportunities for compensation and benefits practitioners throughout the San Antonio area.
The Intermountain Compensation and Benefits Association (ICBA) is an organization of compensation and benefits professionals. Its members have a primary interest in direct and indirect compensation and benefits management and a secondary interest in the entire scope of human resource management issues. Meetings and contacts are designed to enhance the membership’s knowledge of the compensation and benefits function. Educational programs are presented to inform the members in the areas of current research, state and federal legislation, and company practices as they relate to wages, salaries, benefits and incentives.
The Richmond Compensation Association is a professional association organized exclusively to advance the educational and professional development interests of its members in order to raise the standards of performance in the compensation and human resources profession in our locality.
The Northwest Compensation & Rewards Forum (NCRF) is an association of compensation and benefits professionals. NCRF exists to promote the exchange of information, ideas, plans and policies in the field of total rewards trends and practices.
Milwaukee Area Compensation Association (MACA) is a professional organization of compensation and human resources specialists from the greater Milwaukee area. MACA provides members the opportunity to obtain and exchange information on plan design and industry trends on topics such as base pay, variable compensation, employee benefits, policy development and more!