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Aboriginal Human Resources Council

Offers a wide range of products, services and networks that help Indigenous people advance careers and organizations create inclusive workplaces that position them as employers-of-choice.

Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR)

The aPHR is the first-ever HR certification designed for practitioners who are just beginning their HR career journey. A certification from HRCI – the gold standard of HR certifications – proves your commitment to the profession and demonstrates your understanding of the fundamentals.

Best practices in Human resources

Workforce regularly publishes white papers on best practices in various areas of HR, such as social media, training and development, talent management, recognition, benefits, etc. These documents are available for free.

British Columbia Human Resources Management Association (BC HRMA)

BC Human Resources Management Association (BC HRMA) is the source for Human Resources information and services in the province. BC HRMA, committed to providing leadership in HR excellence, is the foremost professional association for HR practitioners and those involved in the business of people.

Canadian HR Reporter

Since 1987, Canadian HR Reporterhas served as Canada’s indispensable guide to human resources management. Published 22 times a year, the popular tabloid offers readers the most current news, information on the latest trends and practices, expert advice, experiences and insights from HR practitioners, research and resources.

Certified Human Resources Executive (CHRE)

Certified Human Resources Executive (CHRE) lead the HR function in large organizations, developing and executing significant HR projects, working with Boards or HR Committees, dealing with executive compensation, and having responsibility for HR strategies in support of long term organizational goals.

Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL)

Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) manage projects, programs, and initiatives, implementing plans passed down by senior management, and delegating tasks to entry-level staff. In professional matters, individuals at this level can act independently.

Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP)

The Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is a nationally recognized level of achievement within the field of human resources. It reflects a conviction that the professional practice of human resources management can safeguard the interests of employers, employees and the business community. The designation represents continuing recognition of the bearer’s professionalism. It can be obtained through provincial associations in Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, Newfoundland & Labrador, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP)

The Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is a nationally recognized level of achievement within the field of human resources. It reflects a conviction that the professional practice of human resources management can safeguard the interests of employers, employees and the business community. The designation represents continuing recognition of the bearer’s professionalism.

Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP)

The Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is a nationally recognized designation level of achievement and capability in HR. Through a national examination and assessment process, each CHRP designate demonstrates the core competencies relevant to the HR profession. A certification is an essential tool for maintaining high performance standards.

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