Canadian HR Reporter

September 22, 2014

Canadian HR Reporter is the national journal of human resource management. It features the latest workplace news, HR best practices, employment law commentary and tools and tips for employers to get the most out of their workforce.

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NETWORKING Connecting with the largest professional community in Canada helps create a life-long professional network. CREDIBILITY HRPA's new Registered HR Professionals Act, 2013 better reflects today's workplace, safeguards members and Ontario workers, and enhances member careers by providing greater credibility for the profession and our designations. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HRPA provides HR education members need to stay current and advance. From workshops, seminars and webinars, to certificate and executive programs, HRPA provides PD on every facet of HR practice. And save 30% with PD Passport and PD Passport Plus. DESIGNATIONS HRPA's 2013 CHRP survey found demand for the designation is soaring. It also found CHRPs earn more and are promoted faster than non-CHRPs. HR INFORMATION RESOURCES Resource Centre: Whether it's custom HR research, over-the-phone HR advice or an online search of HRPA's HR knowledgebase, it's your go-to source for HR information. MEMBER SAVINGS HRPA combines the buying power of its more than 20,000 members with its extensive business part- nerships to bring you exclusive savings that can easily offset the price of your membership. MENTORING HRPA's online mentor matching tool pairs mentors and protégés to share hard-won knowledge to those starting out. Contact your chapter executive for more information. CHRP HRPA member benefits It's never been a better time to be a member. Learn more about everything HRPA has to offer: e Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is the professional regulatory body and the professional association for Human Resources professionals in Ontario. It oversees more than 20,000 members in 28 chapters across the province. It connects members with an unmatched range of HR information resources, events, professional development and networking opportunities and annually hosts Canada's largest HR conference. In Ontario, HRPA issues the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation, the national standard for excellence in human resources management and the Senior Human Resources Professional (SHRP) designation, reserved for high-impact HR leaders.

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