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The SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate program, generously supported by Comcast NBCUniversal, was developed by the SHRM Foundation for HR professionals and business leaders. This course leverages critical insights from subject matter experts and the latest research to equip you with the knowledge and actionable tools necessary to confidently adapt your workplace into one that attracts, hires, and retains both veterans and members of the military community.
The SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate program is completely free and open to all. You do not need to be a SHRM member, and you do not need to hold a SHRM credential to engage with the content, take the course and earn the Veterans at Work Certificate.
Completing the Veterans at Work Certificate program will empower you to:
The SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate program includes:
Here is an overview of the steps you'll need to complete for this program:
Ready to earn your SHRM Foundation Veterans at Work Certificate?
Once registered you can access your course through SHRM's E-Learning Portal.
Once you have completed the Veterans at Work Certificate program and the End-Of-Course Survey, we will verify your completion of all course requirements. Verification takes up to two weeks, depending on the volume of applications we have received to date. When we determine that all course requirements have been completed, you will receive an e-mail containing the electronic version of your certificate and digital badge. We will also mail a printed certificate.
We are here to help with any questions you might have. Please contact us at email@example.com.
This program is made possible thanks to the generous sponsorship from Comcast NBCUniversal
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