Stateline SHRM has curated this list of resources to assist you in leading your organization through this crisis.  Resources on this list are from sources Stateline SHRM deems as “reliable” – from SHRM directly, resources provided by previous Stateline SHRM speakers or sponsors, and resources recommended by Stateline SHRM Board Members or Stateline SHRM Members. New information about this crisis is being released daily (and even hourly).  REVISED: This list will be updated periodically as new information and resources become available. Please note that the resources listed do not constitute legal advice.

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UPDATED: July 23, 2020

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  • SHRM CERTIFICATION– “COVID-19 Response: Remote Proctoring: Effective June 1, SHRM will offer a remote proctoring option which will facilitate testing from home. Scheduling for remote proctoring opens April 10. Check back soon for details.” (SHRM)
  • Submitting work projects for SHRM recertification credit (SHRM)
  • SHRM has changed the current testing window for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exams: “In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and in an effort to keep test-goers safe, SHRM is amending the dates of the Spring 2020 Testing Window, effective immediately. The new dates for the Spring 2020 Testing Window are June 1 – August 15, 2020.” – www.shrm.org
  • From HRCI:Beginning on May 1, 2020, U.S. and Canadian residents will have the option to register and test using OnVUE, Pearson VUE’s online proctoring exam delivery system from the comfort of their home or office. Online exam delivery will be available for the following HRCI certifications: Associate Professional in Human Resources® (aPHR®), Professional in Human Resources® (PHR®), Senior Professional in Human Resources® (SPHR®) and Global Professional in Human Resources® (GPHR®). For updated information on online exam delivery resources, please visit www.hrci.org/covid19.”