An MEA Membership gives you HR tools and support at an affordable price.
An annual MEA Membership starts at just $1175 for organizations with fewer than 25 employees.
Having MEA on call is a huge benefit for MEA Members, many of who are growing, mid-sized companies dealing with complex employee issues and business challenges.
Through MEA Membership, you gain much more support than you might get from hiring a pricey HR consultant. Members get access to not only HR and compliance experts, but to compensation and benefits, training experts, as well as MEA’s network of partners.
Membership Pricing FAQs
What is included with my Membership?
Members receive many benefits which, if purchased separately, would cost thousands of dollars. These include: unlimited usage of the MEA Expert Resource Line, Salary and Benefits Surveys, Roundtables, HR newsletters, alerts and Trending Topic Webinars, compliance posters, CCH AnswersNow, and Members only pricing for training programs and specialized consulting services.
Do you have special membership pricing for Non-Profits?
Yes. 501(c)(3) Non-profits receive a 10% discount on their membership dues.
What if my organization has more than one location?
Your membership dues are based on the total number of FTEs (full-time equivalent) employees at your locations in the Mid-Atlantic region..
Are my membership dues tax deductible?
Membership Dues may be tax deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Consult with your tax advisor for more information.
What forms of payment does MEA accept?
MEA collects payment of membership dues via monthly credit card payment or annual payments.
How many employees in my company can access MEA membership benefits?
As many as is needed. However, generally we will ask you to supply contact info for those with responsibilities related to HR, Employee Benefits, Training, Compensation, Ownership, etc.
Is this like a SHRM Membership?
MEA Members are the businesses themselves. In addition, we only work with employers in the Mid-Atlantic region so we are experts at state level questions. SHRM is an association for the HR professional, not the employer, and is national in their scope.