The Professional in Human Resources – International (PHRi™) is a globally credential that is designed to validate professional-level of core human resource knowledge and skills. This credential is developed to demonstrate mastery of generally accepted principles, independent of geographic region, from professionals practicing HR outside of the United States. Through demonstrated knowledge, the credentials enhance the credibility of HR professionals and the organizations they serve.
The (PHRi™) exam is intended for early to mid-level HR professionals who are involved in technical and operational day-to-day HR activities. Candidate performance has shown that appropriate professional-level HR work experience and educational background contribute significantly to the likelihood of success on the exams. Success depends on mastery of the entire body of knowledge as reflected in the test specifications.
The (PHRi™) certification is:
* Based on a set of well-defined knowledge requirements.
* Current and able to respond to rapid changes in the field.
* Based on real-life human resource management practices.
* Focused on important knowledge
Sufficient experience and related academic degree
Who should attend
HRCI’s Professional in Human Resources™ – International (PHRi™) is the perfect certification for internationally based practitioners, validates professional-level competency, knowledge and skills to
help to propel HR career forward. With the PHRi, the candidate demonstrates mastery of generally accepted technical and operational HR principles in a single international setting.
Upon the successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
* monitor activities for opportunities to make improvements, using metrics to measure success and providing and maintaining information related to the HR function.
* Implement the employment process beginning with finding potential employees through preparing for the arrival of a new hire.
* Promote HR policies and procedures and communicating with employees through individual approaches, such as exit interviews, and group approaches, such as a company web site or a rewards program.
* Provide information about compensation and benefits to employees and about policies associated with time off/leaves and with salaries.
* Develop and deliver basic training programs and collect information about training programs.
* Promote a safe work environment, encouraging employee participation in health and wellness programs, and document events that relate to employee well-being (such as injuries, crimes or the return to work after a long absence).
* Talent Acquisition 19%
* HR Administration and Shared Services 19%
* Talent Management and Development 19%
* Compensation, Benefits, and Work Experience 17%
* Employee Relations and Risk Management 16%
* HR Information Management 10%
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