Second Annual convention to Sharpen Human Resource Manager Skills End


BY Melvin Zawolo  Doloquee/ Nimba County

NIMBA-The Association of Liberia Human Resource Professionals (ALHRP) has ended its second Annual Convention in Ganta, Nimba County County.

The National Convention was held under the theme: “Using Human Resource Data and Compliance to drive Future Business Performance”.

It brought together over 50 participants from public and private sectors of the Country.

The Mission of the association is to provide quality professional development, information exchange, national human resources certification, human resources policy development, and networking opportunities for Liberia Human Resource Professionals.

Speaking to reporters at the end of the Convention, the President of the Association of Liberia Human Resource Professionals (ALHRP), Mr. Jonah Soe Kotee noted that the gathering was an annual event that focused on improving the human resource sector, through the effective use of data collection and application for training and development, network, panel discussions, case studies, and the revision of basic legislations.

He noted that during the convention, the training strengthened the capacities of human resource officers.

“This convention continues to help our members to improve in their respective works. We have learned a lot which can help us” the Association of Liberia Human Resource Professionals President added.

According to him, Human Resource Education (HR) has not been taught at various Universities and colleges across the country, like Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

The Association of Liberia Human Resource Professionals (ALHRP) President told reporters that the annual convention has also improved the competence of members in carrying their various functions in the country.

For her part, the Executive Coordinator of the Association of Human Resource Professionals (ALHRP), Madege Fetgo urged human resource officers to utilize the education acquired in reforming their various systems.

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