Does the National Career Readiness certification imply that your employer will want to promote you?
When I was taking the National Career Readiness certification (NCRC) exam, there were many people who are being employed by places like Fanuiel and Eastman Chemical. So, I wonder if their employers actually want to promote them or if they just want to see their employee's status. #career-development #employee-training #promotions #ncrc #career-readiness #employee-engagement
I also don't know the NCRC and looked it up as well. To be honest if I saw it on someone's resume I don't know that I would look it up or that it would have much of an effect on whether or not I hire them. It seems like it is for folks that haven't yet gone to school or who might not go. When I'm hiring for more entry level jobs I'm looking for more attitude and fit. I have the theory that most people can learn pretty much anything, so at that point it is all about fit. When I'm hiring more mid-range types of jobs I"m looking at skills and how you demonstrate that you actually have them. Education is great, but sometimes people just aren't cut out for tests, so a test wouldn't sway me one way or the other.