Higher ground

Carlson, Leah
June 2004
Employee Benefit News;Jun2004, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p28
Assesses the value of human resource (HR) credentials in the promotions and professional development of employees in the U.S. Advantages of having advanced education and additional training on acquiring jobs and promotions; List of organizations that offer courses for HR certification; Significance of on-the-job-training as a learning opportunity.


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