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Professional in Human Resources (PHR®)—Designed for HR professionals whose primary responsibilities focus on HR program implementation, are tactical and operational in nature and function primarily within the HR department. Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®)— Designed for HR professionals whose primary responsibilities involve designing and planning HR policies and strategies and whose decisions have an impact both within and outside the organization. Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR®)— Designed for HR professionals with cross-border responsibilities who develop and implement international HR strategies that affect international HR assignments and operations. only 2 currently in Alabama
if job title is in the system, you don ’ t have to have supporting documentation, if it ’ s not, you have to have to fill out a form and send it in- show example saved in PHR.SHRM file
Landrum Griffin Act answer to Labor Relations Question 11 on Risk Mgt
Free: 10 question free quiz on hrci.org Asking others who have taken the exam to borrow any resources they have Handouts provided from Horizon Point http://www.hrcp.com/free_test 20 questions Inexpensive: Order study guide(s) from the book store- has practice exams CD hrci.org online practice exam, $45 for one, $70 for two Pricey- SHRM class with SHRM learning system, $550 for system and 2 days of study and prep http://www.hrcp.com/products $345 for complete package, $20 off code at upstartHR
http://www.hrci.org/searchevents/ to search for recertification hours The most popular method for recertifying is by obtaining continuing education credits. Maintaining one ’ s PHR®, SPHR®, GPHR® or California (PHR-CA®/SPHR-CA®) credential requires certified HR professionals to accumulate 60 hours of HR-related recertification activities through one or more of the following activities: • Continuing education • First-time on-the-job projects • Instruction • Research and publishing • Leadership • Professional membership RECERTIFICATION By EXAM Some certified professionals prefer to recertify by retaking the exam. Recertification-by-examination candidates must: Take the exam before their certification cycle expires. Recertify only at their current certification level. Wait at least 12 months from the date they became certified or recertified before taking the test again. Recertification-by-examination candidates are subject to the same exam fees as outlined in this handbook and are subject to all optional service and late fees, if applicable.
Certification sets those with the credential apart from—or above— those without it. There are a number of advantages to seeking certification, including: Hiring managers consider an applicant ’ s certification when making hiring decisions. Organizations believe that hiring HR-certified professionals gives them a competitive advantage. Business leaders find HR-certified professionals to be more motivated, more knowledgeable of the HR field and stronger performers. HR professionals report that certified HR professionals create a positive impact on their organizations ’ financial performance. Certification is a public recognition of professional achievement— both within and outside of the profession. For many, achieving certification becomes a personal career goal—a way to test knowledge and to measure it against one ’ s peers. Others see certification as an aid to career advancement.
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Differences in CertificationsAssurance of LearningPHR- TacticalSPHR- Big PictureGPHR- International
What do I have to have?: Education, Experience, Examination
Sample QuestionsPHR questions are more tactical in natureSPHR questions are more strategic in natureGet your cell phone out! http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_poll
How to StudyComprehensive Resource list:http://upstarthr.com/free-phr-exam-resources/Free, Inexpensive and Pricey options http://issuu.com/horizonpointconsulting/docs/phr_sphr_legislation_courtcasesKnow how you learn bestKnow which body of knowledge areas you need toconcentrate on the most (based on knowledge and percentage of the examcontent)
Recertification60 hours (by 3 years of exam anniversary date) -or- Take the Exam Again Continuing Education First time on-the-job projects Instruction Research and publishing Leadership Professional Membership
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