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Hot Topics in Continuing Education: Human Resources [eBook]

Hot Topics in Continuing Education: Human Resources [eBook]

Posted on 11/12/20 By Brittany K. King

Continuing education is vital to your career success (and not just for maintaining human resources certifications). Investing in continued learning can help you strengthen transferable skills to advance your career and make you a more marketable professional. 

In fact, 94% of recruiters believe employees with strong soft skills are more likely to be promoted to a leadership position than employees with more experience but weaker soft skills. 

Explore key courses that will keep you up-to-date on industry trends and make you more productive and successful HR professional in our latest eBook.


Key Chapters: 

  • Strengthening Soft Skills 

Strong soft skills are becoming increasingly important for professionals to possess. Learn about the rise in demand for interpersonal skills and the most popular courses for career advancement. 

  • Acquiring Hard Skills 

Explore the most sought-after technical skills, such as Microsoft and management abilities, and why attaining a technical skillset will improve job performance and open the doors to more opportunities. 

  • Staying Current on Human Resources 

Continuing education is crucial for HR professionals to stay current on a variety of topics, such as labor relations, employment laws, ethics, diversity, recruitment, and training development.


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