I have worked in the HR space for the past 9 years, however most of my experience has been in Talent Acquisition. I do want to move into a People Operations/Generalist role. I’m planning to go for a HR certificate but unsure if I should go for a PHR or SHRM. Please advise!
I am struggling with the fact that I have 13 years of HR experience in one capacity or another, along with a bachelors degree and my PHR designation yet companies say “I’m not qualified or they ghost me when I apply for HR openings. I am experienced in all aspects of HR. How are people with little to no experience coming right out of college obtaining higher level roles than I have currently? It makes my passion for the field just go away.
Has anyone taken the PHR exam lately? What was the best test prep IYO? Online on demand , online live classes? Are the practice exams worth the cost?
Anyone who has a PHR, how long did it take you to study for it? Did you do self study or did you buy one of the classes? Why did you choose PHR over SHRM?
PHR or SHRM? I am looking to get more certifications related to HR vs recruiting, but I am unsure on which one is "better" or will help me grow into more of a strategic HR role. Help!!!
Is it worth it to get a professional certification like SHRM/PHR? Not many of my colleagues have one and it’s not a requirement for my role, but I’m curious if it’s worth it in the long run
How long, on average, did it take you to study before you could pass the PHR/SPHR exam? Did you think it was worth it?
Is the SPHR or PHR license necessary to pivot into human capital? I have a MBA from a Top 15 school. Any thoughts?
Does anyone working in M&A Post Merger Integration, OCM, or Transaction Support have any thoughts on PHR (Professional Human Resources) certification? Worth pursuing?
Casually walk over to my gate 10 min b4 boarding closes n wonder y my D.C. Flight is headed somewhere more exotic..133 is not 113. Even a seasoned travel makes rookie mistakes. Made it to113🏃🏻♀️😅
I’m trapped. My husband is a gaslighter. He pushes me to the point of no return. It exacerbates my depression and anxiety and I get so worked up that I can’t function. I can’t leave because we have a baby and I know he would take him from me and win. I have no one out here and I’m alone. I just have to put up with it. There are good times. But it’s hard to keep living like this.
Has anyone thought about applying to the PwC digital accelerator positions? Seems like a short deadline (2 weeks) to decide if you want an 18-24 month rotation.
Chicago restaurant recommendations for festive holiday dinner with family. Walnut room is booked =(
I’m a current intern (extended from summer) whose signed an offer, then got an offer from another firm (so going midsize to Big 4), how do I go about telling them and can i break a contract like that?
Have an upcoming PTO in May, last time I met LDR SO was in Feb. If I propose to fly to meet him in May and he disagrees, is it time to break up?
Just watched that video of a doctor being cold clocked and forced off a United flight. Never flying with them again.
Anyone did a H1B transfer recently. Can you please share your experience on how much time the process took?
Anyone have insight on comp and bonus like at Collaborative Solutions for principal or senior principal consultant level?
Extremely fed up with my role and I don’t think I want to work here anymore, I’m just not happy. Does anyone know any companies hiring in HR? I would love to work in the the health/wellness industry or social media/lifestyle.
Need some emotional support - didn’t get this job I was interviewing for 4 months. The recruiter said team still loves your experience but not exactly what they are looking for, why drag it out for 4 months and 10 rounds of interviews 😭
Do we ever go back into the office? Not sure if I love or hate WFH life but I can’t imagine commuting again.
I think leveraging an offer to get more money is the worst. Now your bosses know you want to leave, you are the fist option during layoffs and you look like an ass the other company.
I used to live in the US with H1B and currently in Europe. I still have bank accounts open in the US with some balance in it. What's the best way to transfer this money? Would US can block my account for some reason? Since I am not there anymore 🤔
Sick and tired of feeling like I don't belong cause Accenture doesn't fit in its own category. There's MBB and the Big Four, where do I belong?
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