The Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association revised its membership structure.
Rather than charging annual membership fees of $175 to individuals, the trade group said Tuesday that it will offer a flat corporate-participation rate, which was set at $250 for 2005.
The CHTRA said the flat corporate-participation rate will provide an unlimited number of employees within a member organization with access to its portfolio of member benefits.
“Our new membership structure directly supports the CTHRA’s mission to improve organizational and industrywide success,” CTHRA president and Scientific-Atlanta Inc. senior vice president of human resources Brian Koenig said in a prepared statement.
“By increasing the number of individuals with access to the proven best practices and resources provided by the CTHRA, each participating company will be better equipped to address increasingly complex human-resources issues,” he added. “In addition, the CTHRA’s members will gain an expanded network of industry professionals to call upon to share knowledge, experiences and solutions.”