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The CPHR designation vaults members to new career heights — just ask these five HR professionals. It can do the same for you.
Earn more and get promoted faster.
A 2016 salary survey conducted by Insights West, contrasted the career trajectories and income levels of those with and without the CPHR designation.
Nationally, CPHR designation holders earn $93K compared to $72K for non-CPHR holders. That is an average of 23% more earnings.
The higher up the ladder, the more prevalent the CPHR designation. More than 70% of senior HR leaders, including the executive suite, hold the CPHR designation, contrasted with only 30% of HR administrators.
More than 70% of those with a CPHR agree that the designation has benefited their career and are significantly more likely to work in management positions.
Beyond the evidence provided above, here are some of the advantages to attaining your CPHR designation:
Demonstrate to employers that you are a true HR expert with verified knowledge in all aspects of HR.
Highlight that your skills and knowledge is current and relevant.
Become part of an exclusive nationwide community of HR experts.
Commit to a high standard of ethical behaviour and hold to the Code of Ethics.