BENEFITS and RESPONSIBILITIES
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
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INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES
Individual Members in the Regular, New Practitioners, Retired and Temporary Status categories are eligible to vote and hold office. Students and Corporate Members are not eligible to vote or hold office.
All Individual Members of the Association are entitled to attend functions or purchase services offered by the Association at member rates.
All Individual Members of the Association will receive newsletters, journals, magazines, directories, website access, standards, and other services that are considered core services covered by membership dues.
Based on the type of company they work for, the work they do, and/or whether their company is a Corporate Member of the Association, Individual Members may qualify to join the Research Agency Council, the Client-Side Researcher Council, the Qualitative Research Division, the B2B Research Division and/or the Market Intelligence Committee.
Individual Membership Responsibilities
All Individual Members of the Association are required to comply with the Code of Conduct and Good Practice as established by the Board of Directors. Failure to comply may be cause for censure, suspension and probation, or termination of membership in the Association.
The Members of the Association shall not turn to their own account or use in any way the fact of their membership in the Association as evidence of a particular professional competence, except insofar as membership by itself implies that the Member subscribes to the Code of Conduct and Good Practice of the Association. And in the case of members holding the CMRP designation, that they have met the certification requirements.