HRCI Professional in Human Resources: PHR certification is globally-recognized, professionally-relevant credential designed for HR professionals to focus on program implementation, tactical or logistical orientation; administer, develop, implement, and evaluating programs, procedures and policies in order to provide a safe and secure working environment, protect the organization from potential liability. PHR exam objectives:
Compensation and Benefits
Employee and Labor Relations
Human Resource Development
Business Management and Strategy
Workforce Planning and Employment
PHR training program demonstrates mastery in the technical and operational aspects of HR practices, laws and regulations, business; develops, implements, and evaluates employee retention strategies, orientation processes, business plans, annual goals, test business continuity and disaster recovery plans. uCertify provides study guide for PHR exam.
Requirements for HRCI PHR Certification
To apply for the PHR, you need to have either:
A minimum of 1 year of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a master's degree or higher.
A minimum of 2 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a bachelor's degree.
A minimum of 4 years of experience in an exempt-level (professional) HR position with a high school diploma.