One Life: approved by SHRM for their Books Recertification Credit Program
Work-life experts Agnes Uhereczky and Zoltan Vadkerti, in the writing of One Life, have interviewed 250 organisations to discover new knowledge about work-life integration. Those experiences have been now recognized by SHRM, the largest global society devoted to the advancing of HR management, as the book has been recently approved for their Books Recertification Credit Program. This particular program is an important way through which HR professionals broaden their knowledge and receive recertification credit in the process.
Agnes Uhereczky commented - "We couldn't be more proud that our book on work-life integration, 'One Life' has been approved by SHRM for their Books Recertification Credit Program. SHRM members can grab their copy today and earn extra credits, while they can learn about what key actions they can take as of tomorrow to shape the culture of their organisation and implement effective work-life programmes."
Established in 1976, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR professional society. It represents 300,000 members in more than 165 countries. For nearly seven decades, the SHRM has been the leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management. The SHRM Certification program is the most attended global education program in HR management in the world. By reading One Life and then correctly answering quiz questions about the book members of the society earn 3 professional development credits (PDCs) for SHRM Certification.
Zoltan Vadkerti added - "As the title suggests, the book focuses on providing its readership with universal messages. It is intended for an international audience. The SHRM recertification credit is an exceptional opportunity for the book, and its recommendations, to go global. We are grateful for SHRM and its colleagues at their Books Recertification Credit Program for their support and the opportunity."