HR News Break

Mike Penn
Congratulations to our most recent participants who passed their Certification Exams!
  • Ashley Myers-Edwards, PHR, SPHR
  • Veronica Reveron, SPHR
  • Holly Flaniken, SPHR
  • Shaneira Harris, PHR
  • Annalisa Renovitch, SPHR
  • Marvin Brown, PHR
  • Kevin Wong, PHR
  • Jessica Gray, PHR
  • Shalini Chawla, SHRM-CP, SPHR

Elga’s Favorite Quote

You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have!

One of Mike’s Favorite Quotes

Be the energy you want to attract!

What are the benefits of an HR certification?

In today’s competitive world, having a bachelor’s degree or even a master’s degree is not always enough to meet your career goals. HR certifications are used to boost qualifications for new jobs and promotions, and to establish a reputation as a competent HR professional. A PayScale study showed that an HR certification can increase your pay by as much as 16%. In addition, according to an HRCI study, companies that place a premium on HR certifications see a difference in the bottom line.

Understanding the differences between HR certifications will help you to determine which one is right for you. Perhaps you may need both an HRCI and a SHRM certification? In our most recent blog, we posed the following question:

What is the primary difference between HRCI and SHRM certifications?

  1. The number of continuing education units required
  2. Industry recognition
  3. The basic components of the test
  4. Eligibility qualifications

The correct answer is c) the basic components of the test. To find out more about what certification is right for you, talk to an professional today!

Welcome to our newest team members!

Darren Banks, SPHR
Sharon R Jones, MBA, SHRM-SCP, PMP
Annalisa Renovitch, SPHR, MBA

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