CPHR Canada renews MOU with CERC

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CPHR Canada renews MOU with CERC

CPHR Canada has announced the renewal of its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) for an additional three years, extending the partnership until February 2027, according to a news release.

CPHR said the renewal makes the continuation of a fruitful collaboration initiated in 2020, which enabled both entities to foster global information sharing within the human resources sector.

Stephen Cryne, president and CEO of CERC, expressed enthusiasm about the alliance, emphasizing its significance in nurturing mutual growth and collaboration within the HR community.

“CERC looks forward to a continued strong relationship with the HR community and members of CPHR Canada, fostering mutual growth and collaboration,” he said.

MOU ‘empowers’ members with valuable resources

The MOU allows both organizations to endorse each other’s respective programs, events, member discounts, advocacy endeavours, and speaker engagements. Further, it facilitates the exchange of materials created for member education and professional development, drawing from the resources of award-winning CPHR and CERC publications.

Anthony Ariganello, CEO of CPHR Canada, hailed the renewed MOU as a testament to enhanced opportunities for professional growth, knowledge dissemination, and collaboration within the HR sector. “Together with CERC, we look forward to empowering our members with valuable resources and networking opportunities, which will enrich their professional journeys,” he said.

Both organizations have indicated that, over the next three years, they will be exploring the reciprocity of credits for members participating in continuing educational programs under CPHR and CERC’s professional development programs.

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