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SHRM Specialty Credentials are the optimal way to prove to your organization and network your credibility and dedication.

What’s Your Specialty?

Build specialized knowledge and expand your influence by earning a SHRM Specialty Credential. These credentials allow HR professionals to demonstrate targeted competence in several key areas while enhancing credibility among peers and employers. Earning a SHRM Specialty Credential is an investment in your continued career development and can be accomplished by engaging in content-specific, competency-based education and achieving a successful score on an online assessment.

Specialty Credentials are an approved professional development activity for recertification credits towards your SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® certification.

Gain the critical knowledge needed to develop employment guidelines that satisfy the intricate California labor code - including 24 updated laws in 2022 alone, minimize potential litigation risks, and meet the strategic objectives of your organization. The California Law HR Specialty Credential allows you to experience the full scope of dynamic and unique challenges human resource professionals face daily while leading workforces in California. It's more than just mitigating risk, earning this credential will empower you to run a high-performing, compliant business in this incredibly complex terrain.

  If you are SHRM-Certified, you will receive 26.5 PDCs which will auto-populate in your SHRM Certification profile after completion of the entire specialty credential. Interact with the content, problem-solve, make judgment calls, and try out new skills and knowledge..

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