Finalists Announced for 2017 Professional Awards

CPHR BC & YK is proud to announce the finalists for the 2017 Professional Awards. Rising Star Award The Rising Star Award, sponsored by LOGAN HR, recognizes the HR leaders of tomorrow. These up-and-comers, within the first five years of their...

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2017 HRC West Case Competition Showcases HR Leaders of Tomorrow

On March 3 - 4, 2017, the next generation of HR leadership from across Western Canada converged on the Richmond campus of event co-sponsor Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) for the 4th Annual HRC West Case Competition. Co-sponsored by Ultimate Software,...

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Introducing CPHR British Columbia & Yukon

HRMA, the Human Resource Management Association will now be known as CPHR BC & YK, the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia & Yukon. Similarly, member associations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland & Labrador have already changed...

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HRMA Student Members Triumph at International Business Competition

HRMA student members Madison Blancher and Adrianna Knuth recently reached the top podium at Canada’s oldest and most prestigious case competition. The duo from Okanagan College (OC), coached by Dr. Robert Groves and Roger Wheeler of the OC School...

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CPHR Launches New Designation and Brand Across Canada

The Chartered Professional in Human Resources of Canada officially unveiled the new CPHR brand today, representing 27,000 CPHRs in the nine CPHR member provinces and three territories across Canada. “We see this as another great stride in our shared mission...

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2016 CPHR Graduates

The Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation represents a commitment to a national standard of excellence, sets a benchmark for the practice of effective human resources, and emphasizes the strategic role of HR. Those who earn the national...

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CHRP Changes to CPHR: Recognized Globally—Except Ontario

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. A positive mindset at the best of times, it offers an accurate metaphor for provincial HR associations across Canada grappling with a quandary none wanted over the past year—the future of their national...

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CPHR Canada Opens Seven Paths to CPHR

Given the diversity among today’s HR professionals, the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Canada (formerly CCHRA) recently re-evaluated the framework used to recognize education and experience in relation to the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation (formerly CHRP). In...

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