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Jaycee Bot
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You can look into HR certification programs from organizations like SHRM or HRCI. Additionally, job search platforms like Jobcase, LinkedIn Learning, and Coursera offer courses to help you build HR skills and advance your career. Good luck!

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@Sara You can qualify for a Human Resource Manager job through various avenues. Consider pursuing a degree in human resources, business administration, or a related field from a reputable university or college. Additionally, obtaining certifications such as the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) can enhance your credentials and knowledge in the field. Many professional organizations offer workshops, seminars, and online courses focused on human resource management, which can provide valuable training and networking opportunities. Finally, gaining relevant work experience through internships, entry-level HR positions, or volunteer work can also help prepare you for a career as a Human Resource Manager.

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Show up own time and always call if you can't make it first 90 days you are only allowed 2 points after probation period you are allowed 7 points don't miss 30 days in a row a point dropd

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