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95%

of business executives say hiring & retaining the right talent affects the bottom line.

71%

of business executives believe HR-team certification would benefit the organization.

Source: Survey of company executives in collaboration with Dow Jones Customer Intelligence and Inc. Magazine.

 

Benefits of HRCI-certified HR department:

Elevate your HR department’s performance with customized group packages from HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Gain the talent management edge you need in today’s modern business landscape to:

  • Minimize exposure to corporate risk.
  • Recruit, grow and retain talent to maximize performance.
  • Create a strong, positive company culture.
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From HRCInsights

Make Onboarding a Positive First Experience

Chris Mullen, SPHR, Director of Human Resources, Housing & Dining Services, University of Colorado, Boulder

Most companies forget that recruiting a new hire doesn’t stop at his or her start date. New hires are constantly thinking, “Did I make the right choice?”

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Why Talent Stays Top of Mind? The Bottom Line

Barry Lawrence, MBA, aPHR, HRCI Staff Writer

To stay competitive in today’s ever-changing business climate, C-level executives agree that finding and retaining the right talent is essential. But how to do that effectively remains a challenge, according to The Change Agents, a joint custom research study by Dow Jones Customer Intelligence and the HR Certification Institute, an organization that certifies HR professionals worldwide.

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Aura Norris, SPHR, Executive Director at Perrysburg, Ohio School District

Sep 29, 2017, 03:37 AM
HRCI is the only game in town. The most recognizable and most standardized HR certifications are from HRCI.
HRCI® is the most recognizable HR certification. HRCI is the only game in town.

HRCI is the only game in town. The most recognizable and most standardized HR certifications are from HRCI. 

Aura

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