Know someone earlier in their HR career that’s looking to get certified. It’s been a while since I originally took the exams and have just recertified since. Which is more valuable or preferred these days…PHR or SHRM-CP?
How much is fair to ask for a Sn HR Generalist position in Alabama? I have a Master’s degree in Business law and legal careers, and PHR. I have 7 years of experience and will be the only HR personnel for about 150 employees.
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Would a SHRM certification be beneficial for a consultant in organization strategy? Anyone in a similar boat?
I’m curious what other HR Generalists are making. I’m in the software industry with 5 YOE in HR, SHRM certified, located in the mid-Atlantic area. My base is $67K with a 10K bonus. I think I’m being underpaid :/
Going to shrm next week and looks like they've needed up their tech expo/enterprise solutions component. Going to leave company names/summaries here. Is anyone else going?
Hi all, as a Talent Acquisition Partner that is looking to start expending my Professional￼ education, would you recommend pursuing SHRM-CP certification?
Had multiple promising interviews the past 7 months but no job offers :( Looking for fully remote benefits or HR generalist type roles paying >80k. 6.5 years of total HR experience and 3.5 in benefits. Bachelors and PHR. Any leads are superrrrr appreciated!!
I’m currently in between jobs right now & I’m thinking about obtaining my SHRM-CP certification. Just wondering if that would help me be more marketable in my job search and stand out from the crowd. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
I’ve been in my current position (Bookkeeper) for 4 years now. I’m highly interested in taking the PHR, and I’m wondering if I would qualify for the 4 year HR professional job requirement to be eligible to test for the certificate. I work for a small business, therefore I do all the on boarding paperwork/payroll. Any advice is appreciated.
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I have both a PHR and SHRM-CP and I would say the PHR is a little more respected because it gets a little more nitty gritty with the various aspects of HR. However, SHRM has definitely made themselves the most well known but it’s definitely more of a general overview. I was more stressed about the former, but I also feel a lot more confident about my skills in HR after studying and passing that one, while the latter was basically a repeat of an HR Generalist certification I had gotten the year prior (just waaaaay more expensive and a little more clout behind it).
I’ve never heard of AIRS so now I’m off to do some googling on that!
PHR (from HRCI) has been around longer and is more respected. SHRM spun off their own certification not too long ago from them after a nasty breakup, so while their marketing efforts are decent and seem to be well known, their exams aren’t as robust. I didn’t even bother to pay the money for any of the SHRM exams, only HRCI. AIRS is different than either of them and if you’re recruiting that may be more reputable and relevant. Otherwise, broader HR certs are better.
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Do you have any experience in any of them?
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