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CIPM links difficulty in recruitment of HR professionals to skills shortage


The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) has linked the difficulties associated with the recruitment of competent Human Resources (HR) personnel globally to lack of skills shortage.

The Registrar of CIPM, Ajibola Ponnle, said to secure capable candidates, organisations are most times in competition with each other, adding that becoming a certified professional demonstrates the ability to achieve the highest levels of knowledge and skill and enables the attainment of industry excellence.

Recently, over 2,500 candidates across the country sat for the CIPM 2018 February Diet, a three-day exercise held simultaneously at different designated centers in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, Enugu, Kaduna and Port Harcourt.

According to the institute, becoming a member of CIPM connects you to a special community with common interests and passion for HR with access to a database of competencies, resources and specialised tools that enhances professional credibility and endorsement.
Ponnle said:  “As a regulatory body for HR professionals in Nigeria, we believe that becoming a member of CIPM gives practitioners a competitive advantage and also positions them as the best choice for HR roles by discerning organisations”.

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