June 27, 2017

7 Skills Every Future CHRO Should Have

The ultimate career goal for many HR professionals is to land the chief human resources officer (CHRO) title. The value of the CHRO has steadily increased in recent years, often heralded one of the most important or influential jobs in the company. Many consider it the best step toward becoming CEO, a position focused on everything from developing leaders and attaining growth to aligning goals with business plans.

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June 26, 2017

Aspiring to be a CHRO? Here's How to Get There

Do you have your sights set on a CHRO position? Good choice! Whether a business succeeds or fails is determined by the quality and happiness of the employees who work there. And because over 50% of the U.S. workforce is not engaged, companies are crying out for talented CHROs.

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Talent Management

June 19, 2017

15 Communities to Follow to Advance Your HR Career

Human Resources careers aren’t going away. In fact, they’re projected to grow by 9% through 2024, faster than the national average. With all that competition, staying ahead and advancing your HR career is vital. There are many ways to do it, but nothing has more of an impact on your career than networking. As social media becomes more engrained in our lives, it presents opportunities too good to pass up. The ability to network quickly, easily and on your schedule is one of those important opportunities.

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Talent Management

June 15, 2017

5 Things Every Great HR Manager Knows

An HR manager is hired to be a leader in a department responsible for both the organization and the employees in it. This is a big responsibility with several moving parts, but an efficient HR manager can perform multiple roles to fill the gaps. How do HR pros who seem to “do it all” manage everything without skipping a beat? They know these crucial things: 

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June 13, 2017

How Much Do HR Certifications Really Matter?

As an industry centered around the growth and development of humans, HR is in a constant state of change because humans are the ultimate variable. Trends emerge, technology is introduced and in order to remain current, practitioners have to be prepared to pivot. Even with all the innovation, there is protocol to follow and industry standards and guidelines to understand. Mastery of skill and years of experience are considered crucial to remaining current. However, is there a right way to show that mastery or gain that experience? Should all HR professionals take the same path to landing a job, continuing their growth and leading an organization?

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