New human resources (HR) content on the up-to-date best practices has been added this week to HR.com’s HR Genius program, an innovative program containing an unprecedented comprehensive HR library of more than 5,600 interactive mobile friendly elearning lessons. HR professionals, students, and any interested subscriber can continuously upgrade their knowledge on the latest HR trends, best practices, and legislature and learn how to stay compliant and mitigate risk in the workplace.
There are a number of Free Lessons available online, but a monthly or annual subscription to HR Genius includes unlimited access to all HR Genius lessons and continuing education credits. In addition, employers can purchase elearning subscriptions for an individual employee or consider bulk savings with annual subscriptions or group purchases. Subscription Information Here
This week, just over 100 learning modules were added to the HR Genius library. Some examples of this week’s new courses include:
“Conducting Pre-Hire Physicals” by Don Phin
Attorney Don Phin explains why you should not hire a work comp claim and how important it is to conduct a pre-hire physical in the proper way. He also talks about accommodations and what you need to do about limitations.
“International Employment” by Jennifer Marants
Understand the different classifications of international workers, and the considerations of expatriate workers.
“Tools to Reduce Recruiter Stress” by Patricia Conlin
Gain an understanding of Emotional Intelligence and how it can improve your success as a recruiter. Learn how to identify candidates with high emotional intelligence when hiring, and gain insight into conflict resolution skills.
HR.com, the largest social network and human resources (HR) resource and educational site for HR professionals and HR related suppliers and vendors, is constantly refining free and subscription product offerings reaching more 1.1 million HR professionals in their pursuit to “enable smart HR Professionals to be smarter”.
“Employers can upskill their entire workforce to ensure compliance and keep up with technology and the latest skill requirements,” stated Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO of HR.com. “To be successful, companies need to educate and develop their employees as their future leaders of the organization.”
As part of the HR Genius program, subscribers can also earn certification in Workforce Fiduciary Solutions. Certification Information
Flexible, cost-effective bulk discounts available for organizations training 10 or more people. Bulk Discounts Contact: email@example.com
Also those experts looking to become an HR Genius Instructor can share their expertise with HR professionals globally and build out their client base with broad exposure. Instructor Application Form
About Workforce Fiduciary Solutions Certificate (WFS)
HR Genius offers a Workplace Fiduciary certification for anyone in a position to make or influence decisions about the administration, investment, or finances of a company’s benefits plans and avoid costly legal repercussions. A self-paced eLearning program, participants will have 12 months to complete the required Learning Modules. The WFS Certificate Course will cover the following topic areas:
Unit 1) Fiduciary Basics: Understanding Your Role as a Workplace Fiduciary
Unit 2) Building Blocks of Fiduciary Excellence
Unit 3) Applying Fiduciary Best Practices
HR.com is enabling smart HR Professionals to be smarter. As the largest global social networking and resource site reaching 1.1 million HR Professionals, HR.com is committed to educating and developing the best HR people with the best possible content and tools: HR Genius learning modules and Workforce Fiduciary Solutions certification, a global Leadership annual event, Leadership Excellence Awards, HR cert exam preparation courses, cert/recert programs, virtual event platform customization, monthly themed interactive HR epublications, 5,400+ webcasts, 360+ virtual events, blogs, community networks, industry news, and advisory boards. The HR.com Cert Prep course proudly maintains a 93% certification pass rate compared to the industry average of 58%.
Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO