Seven out of 10 Business Executives Agree Their Organizations Would Benefit From HR Teams Made up of Professionals with Certifications

HRCI Rolls out Group HR Certification Packages to Help Companies Raise the Bar on High-Priority Talent Management Strategies.

Seven out of 10 business executives agree that their organizations would benefit from having human resource management departments made up of professionals with HR certifications, finds new research conducted by Dow Jones Customer Intelligence in collaboration with HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). HRCI is responding with group certification packages to help businesses get the most out of talent managers to minimize workplace risk, adapt to change and grow the most important asset of a company — its people.

“With HRCI group certification packages, organizations can raise the overall standard of performance from HR teams to create more high-performance business outcomes,” said John Lunde, Chief Business Development Officer at HRCI. “As leading executives note, HR professionals are increasingly critical to fueling a company’s success.”

HRCI group certification packages are now fully supported by an expanded business development team and on the HRCI website, providing organizations with a dedicated space to explore group certification opportunities. A new online magazine, HRCInsights, has also been added to provide an organizational view on deriving greater strategic value from HR initiatives. The magazine cover talent management issues, from minimizing employment-related risks and managing change to developing strategies that meet business goals.

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