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Becoming certified by the HR Certification Institute is a career-long commitment. HR professionals from around the globe, working for companies both large and small, have earned and maintained their certifications and, as a result, helped their HR career. Achieving certification demonstrates to your peers and organization that you are driven to be successful in HR.
The HR Certification Institute offers multiple certifications to fit every HR professional including:
The most common certifications are the PHR and SPHR. The PHR and SPHR exams assess generalist knowledge of the HR field, including strategic business management, workforce planning and employment, HR development, total rewards, employee and labor relations, and risk management.
The GPHR exam assesses the international HR body of knowledge and is intended for HR professionals with cross-border responsibilities. The tested areas include strategic HR management, global talent acquisition and mobility, global compensation and benefits, organizational effectiveness, talent development, workforce relations, and risk management.
PHR Exam Requirements:
A minimum of 1 year of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a master’s degree or higher
A minimum of 2 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a bachelor’s degree
A minimum of 4 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a high school diploma
A minimum of 4years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a master’s degree or higher
A minimum of 5 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a bachelor’s degree
A minimum of 7 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a high school diploma
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Sixty (60) recertification credit hours are required every three years to maintain your certification. The recertification requirements are in place to ensure that you increase your HR knowledge and expertise. Because the HR trends, practices and policies are constantly changing, achieving these requirements helps you stay current in the HR field. You can find more information in the HRCI Recertification Handbook.BNHRA supports your recertification efforts through our exciting programming opportunities month to month. Additionally, we are here to help with any questions you may have about recertifying, as well as ideas to meet the 6- credits required.
Did you know?
10 Recertification credits can be earned for each of the activities below:
Being a National Member of SHRM
Mentoring an HR Professional or HR student through a formal mentoring program.
BNHRA has a formal student mentoring program you can volunteer for!
Holding a volunteer HR position for a professional organization
20 Recertification credits can be earned for each of the activities below:Creating an HR Budget
Developing an employee handbook
Leading a performance management seminar
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