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SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential

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True organizational and global impact results from developing and learning in this ever-evolving workplace experience known as "culture". Culture is a critical business asset and the greatest employee benefit an employer can provide, especially in today's tight labor market. Diverse, inclusive, flexible and engaging workplaces are where people thrive. The SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential gives HR professionals the strategies and tools needed to successfully shift organizational culture.

How to earn the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential


1.     Purchase the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential package, which includes:

2.     After passing the assessment, add your Specialty Credential to your resume, e-mail signature and social media profiles to validate your credibility and demonstrate your dedication to the industry.    

Note: The SHRM Specialty Credential is an accomplishment separate from the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP. If you are SHRM-Certified, you will receive 22 PDCs which will auto-populate in your SHRM Certification profile. 

Why earn your SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential?

"We know that workplace culture has an extraordinary impact on people and that the importance of creating and fostering a positive culture has never been greater. Positive workplace cultures are characterized by high rates of retention, engagement, innovation, and productivity, and the common theme running through each of these is the critical role of inclusive practices. The SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture specialty credential demonstrates the importance of bringing together knowledge and application to advance the transformation of workplace cultures where many talents can come together to serve a common purpose"

—Sean T. Sullivan, SHRM-SCP, Chief Human Resources Officer at SHRM


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