Human Resource Professional Association
- Human Resources
The Human Resources Professionals Association protects the public interest by governing and regulating the professional practice of its more than 22,000 member registrants.
In enhancing its status as a regulatory association, HRPA advances the professionalization of HR and acknowledgment of the profession as a key driver of organizational success by:
ensuring competent and ethical HR practice,
creating compelling value propositions for all in HR to become members,
providing strong and respected designations based on a globally recognized body of knowledge, and
validation of that capability through rigorous examination and supervision of experience. ?