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Genevieve519 views

What would be the benefits of pursuing an HR management certificate?

I'm getting my associate's in accounting in May 2023. I discovered that if I took 3 more classes I could earn an HR management certificate. I'm really tempted by this, but it would cost about $2400. I'm also not sure if it would be worth it in the long run, as I might not get a bachelor's in management/accounting. Still, it would be nice to have it as something to fall back on for a career switch/retirement job/etc. Would I be able to use it with my accounting degree to get into payroll administration? What are your thoughts/advice?

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What is the HRIS software program?

I am asking because I'm currently in school for an associate's degree in Human Resources. I have not come across this software program at all during my schooling. I'm wondering what it is, the functions of the software program, and are there any classes to take in order to use the program? I've noticed that on most job applications knowing how to use this software program is a requirement. Among other human resource software programs. #computer-software #human-resources #compensation #payroll #talent-acquisition #talent-management

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What is the best way to go about getting a job in payroll?

I wish to get an accounting degree but I plan on getting another degree tooo start my own business, but I want a job doing payroll for companies or restaurants in meantime while obtaining my degree hopefully. I am looking for ideas to possibly make myself stand out and more likely to get hired. #accounting #financial-accounting #payroll

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jessica862 views

What is the pay in nursing?

Need to know the pay to know how much i'm looking at living off of, also want to know if someone is trying not to pay average amount. #rn #cna #payroll

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