Keeping up with HR information technology challenges those in the workforce to continually renew their skills and expand their knowledge. IHRIM educational programs enable you to enhance your professional skills, network with peers and share strategies for managing the ever-changing HR information management environment.

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HRIP Certification

The Human Resource Information Professional (HRIP) Certification exam is designed to assess the knowledge and competencies of professionals in the HR information management field. Passing the exam indicates a demonstrated comprehensive understanding and proficiency of the defined body of knowledge in HR information management.

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IHRIM webinars are a high quality educational opportunity unlike anything you've ever experienced. You can participate in one of our programs from virtually anyplace.

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The IHRIM Conferences & Forums provide information, knowledge and opportunities for networking.

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Workforce Analytics Forum

Our Topical Forums are premier learning opportunities focused on topics and trends related to HR metrics and workforce analytics topics and talent management.

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There are some topics that require more detailed instruction.  IHRIM’s courses are focused on timely and relevant HRIS and Workforce Analytics subjects delivered via webinar or live, in your office.

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Member Resources

From timely publications, to benchmarking surveys and a robust library of templates, checklists and tools, IHRIM supports members with solutions that makes their jobs easier. Additionally, don’t forget that IHRIM staff and members are some of the best resources we have to offer.

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