HRCI | SHRM 30 Hour Online Recertification Training Suite <br><small><em>HRCI: 30 Credits <br>SHRM: 30 PDCs</em></small>

HRCI | SHRM 30 Hour Online Recertification Training Suite
HRCI: 30 Credits

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The 20 courses in this suite cover a wide range of professional competencies and knowledge necessary for all Human Resource professionals.

Individual HRCI- and SHRM-accredited courses are also available, with more to come. 


  • Disciplining and Terminating Employees: How to Reduce the Damage
  • Discrimination and Harassment Prevention: Promoting Workplace Diversity without Conflict
  • Establishing Performance Standards: What Standards Work Best for You?
  • Ethics for Managers: Establishing an Ethical Culture within your Organization
  • Fleet Safety
  • Hiring and Orientation: Setting the Tone of the Employment Relationship
  • Improving Employee Performance: Instituting a 360-Degree Performance Evaluation System Ed.1
  • Indemnification and Contractual Liability
  • Information Risk Management: Strategies for Preventing and Mitigating Information Security Breaches
  • Instituting Sensible and Affordable Drug Policies and Practices in the Workplace
  • Interviewing for Effective Low-Risk Hiring
  • Introduction to Insurance Principles
  • Lie Detector Tests in the Workplace
  • Managing Diversity in the Workplace
  • Preventing and Managing Sexual Harassment: A Training Guide for Supervisors in California
  • Running Effective HR Meetings
  • Sexual Harassment – An Employee’s Guide
  • The Economic and Organizational Impact of Stress in the Workplace
  • Violence in the Workplace: Reducing Occurrences and Managing the Aftermath
  • Workplace Injuries: The Costs and the Solutions

Each course is between 60 and 150 minutes.

HRCI logoThe courses in this Suite have been approved for 30 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute's® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

SHRM logoThe courses in this Suite have been approved for 30 PDCs toward SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification. The Human Equation is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.


    • Disciplinary Guidelines
    • Discipline Memo
    • Employer Liability
    • Termination and Exit Interviews
  1. Workplace Diversity
    • Workplace Discrimination
    • Unacceptable Conduct
    • Preventing Discrimination and Harassment
  2. Establishing Performance Standards
    • Performance Management
    • Performance Appraisal
    • Rating Methods
    • Review Processes
  3. Ethics
    • Definitions, Myths and Facts about Ethics and Ethical Business Conduct
    • The Distinction between Ethics and Compliance
    • How to Develop a Code of Ethics
    • Case Studies of Ethical Problems
  4. Fleet Safety
    • Safety Policies and Programs
    • Fleet Maintenance
    • Driver Training and Education
    • Performance Guidelines and Reward Programs
    • Accident Review
  5. Hiring and Orientation
    • Making an Offer
    • Steps to Take After an Offer is Made
    • Effective Orientation
    • Day One Agenda
  6. Employee Performance Evaluation
    • The Uses and Benefits of 360-Degree Performance Evaluation Systems
    • Selecting the Appropriate 360-Degree Performance Evaluation System
    • Rolling Out a System
    • Collecting Performance Data
    • Administering Feedback
  7. Indemnification and Contractual Liability
    • Legal Liabilities
    • Contracts and Enforceability
    • Indemnification Agreements
    • Insurance
  8. Information Risk Management
    • Statistics on Information Security Breaches
    • Federal and State Regulations
    • Drafting an Information Security Policy
    • Securing Networks and Disposing of Sensitive Information
    • Responding to Information Security Breaches
  9. Instituting Sensible and Affordable Drug Policies and Practices in the Workplace
    • Regulations
    • Drug Policies, Testing and Disciplinary Actions
    • Signs of Drug Use
    • Documentation Procedures
  10. Interviewing
    • Employment Laws
    • Recruitment Procedures
    • Before, During and After the Interview
  11. Insurance Principles
    • Standard Business Insurance Coverages
    • Property and General Liability Insurance
    • Group Health Insurance
    • Employment Practices Liability Insurance
  12. Lie Detector Tests
    • Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)
    • The Testing Process
    • Employees' Rights
    • Employers’ Obligations
  13. Managing Diversity in the Workplace
    • Definitions, Perceptions and Influences
    • Managers as Role Models
    • Diversity Programs, Initiatives and Scenarios
    • Measurement and Evaluation
    • Discrimination and Protection from Legal Claims
  14. (AB 1825) Preventing and Managing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Guide for Supervisors in California
    • California Assembly Bills 1825 and 2053 (Workplace Bullying)
    • Consequences of Sexual Harassment
    • Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)
    • Facts and Myths about Sexual Harassment
    • Hostile Work Environment and Quid Pro Quo
    • Recognizing Behaviors and Responding to Incidents
  15. Running Effective HR Meetings
    • Determining Whether a Meeting is Necessary
    • Preparing for a Meeting
    • Structuring a Meeting
    • Running a Meeting
    • Concluding a Meeting
  16. Employee’s Guide to Sexual Harassment
    • What is Sexual Harassment?
    • Definitions and Consequences of Sexual Harassment
    • Myths and Facts
    • Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment
    • Awareness, Recognition and Reporting Questionable Behavior
  17. Stress in the Workplace
    • What is Stress?
    • Sources of Stress
    • Reactions to Stress
    • Organizational Consequences of Stress
    • Effective Ways to Handle Stress
  18. Violence in the Workplace
    • Forms of Violence
    • Warning Signs
    • Sources of Violence
    • Contingency Plans
  19. Injuries in the Workplace
    • Accident Investigation
    • Absenteeism
    • Employee Fraud
    • Health Programs
    • Illnesses and Safety