Accredited HR Professionals Instrumental In Making Companies Great Places To Work, ICA, May 2011
Companies that utilize qualified Human Resources (HR) professionals with industry credentials are better equipped to ensure their employees are engaged, satisfied, and productive.Making a company a “great place to work” can be an elusive target for many employers. While it may be tempting to neglect employee satisfaction as a business priority, numerous studies have shown a direct link between high employee satisfaction and increased productivity, retention, customer loyalty, and company profitability.
Spice Up Your Knowledge, HRgumbo.com
Earlier this spring, a co-worker asked me why she should pursue a PHR or SPHR certification.
The HR Certification Institute Commemorates its 35th Anniversary
The HR Certification Institute, the internationally recognized certifying body for the HR profession, is commemorating its 35th Anniversary by hosting certified professionals at the Hideaway during the SHRM Annual Conference in Las Vegas. There are more than 115,000 HR professionals who hold the Professional in Human Resources (PHR®), Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) or Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR®) credentials from the Institute. To mark the 35th Anniversary, the Institute reached out to some of its longest-standing certified HR professionals to learn why they chose to pursue their credentials.
HR Professionals and Employers Highly Value Professional Certification
A study commissioned by the HR Certification Institute shows that there has been a growing appreciation of the benefits of credentials among HR professionals and employers.
HR Certification Institute Visiting Five Conferences
HRCI will share information about certification and its professional benefits at five HR conferences from April 23 – 27