HRCI SPHR Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification
TheHRCISPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) certification is a globally-recognized, expert-level credential designed to help HR professionals develop and utilize business metrics to measure achievement of strategic goals and objectives of the organization; evaluate the effectiveness of employee training programs; and develop and administer internal and external privacy policies.
HRCI SPHR exam objectives are as follows:
Total Rewards (12%)
Leadership and Strategy (40%)
Learning and Development (12%)
Talent Planning and Acquisition (16%)
Employee Relations and Engagement (20%)
Here are the skills measured in the HRCI SPHR certification exam:
Performing cost/benefit analyses on proposed projects
Developing, implementing, and evaluating the succession planning process
Developing policies and procedures to support corporate governance initiatives
Developing and managing an HR budget that supports the organization's strategic goals, objectives, and value
Developing, implementing, and evaluating expatriate and foreign national compensation and benefits programs
Evaluating effectiveness of employee training programs through the use of metrics (such as participant surveys, and pre- and post-testing)
Understanding international compensation laws and practices (for example: expatriate compensation, entitlements, choice of law codes)
The HRCI SPHR certification preparation program demonstrates mastery in the strategic and policy-making aspects of HR management; evaluating organizational effectiveness as an organizational leader; formulating policies; and guiding and leading the change process.
uCertify provides a study guide for the SPHRexam. The cert guide is built around the exam objectives and equipped with the interactive learning resources. It is designed to cover all the basic and advanced concepts that are asked in the certification exam.
Requirements for HRCI SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) Certification
To apply for the SPHR, you need to have either:
At least four years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a Master's degree or higher
At least five years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a Bachelor's degree
At least seven years of experience in a professional-level HR position + a high school diploma