Millennials now make up the largest share of the workforce. Recruiting young professionals requires a different approach and a new set of skills from human resource professionals.
Preparation and strategic thinking will help you pass the Certified Public Accountant examination. Finding out when you should take the exam and which sections to take first enhances your confidence and ability to pass.
As well as taking into account other people’s finances, accountants like to find themselves in the black. Knowing a CPA can improve your salary by at least 33 percent is an important number.
The infographic below offers data showing that a master’s degree helps you earn more in the human resources field. A bachelor’s degree is a pre-requisite for many human resources careers, and a master’s degree is increasingly expected or required.
A Professional Development Plan (PDP) is a self-motivated, self-guided formal document that a person creates to outline skills and knowledge when developing short-term and long-term goals.
When building your future, base your plans on statistical facts. As someone looking to take on a human resources masters degree, you want to know there’s a bright future ahead for your dream job.
The first rung of the HR career ladder is knowing the right stuff, the second is a willingness to learn more. Get to know your industry.
Getting to know people, and what motivates and influences them is how to get into human resources or make a career change to human resources. Read on for more tips.
HR manager skills and competencies start with wanting to learn and being able to quickly resolve conflict and problems.
Change in work culture directly influences an HR manager’s responsibilities. Becoming an advocate for employees has taken center stage.