In serving HRPA’s mandate of regulating HR professionals in the public interest and providing our members and students with the most up-to-date tools and advanced skills to lead our workplaces into the future, we are actively shifting to a more proactive way of regulating, known around the globe as Risk-Based Regulation.
In this session, you’ll learn from HRPA about:
• What risk-based regulation is and what it means for our members and students, and members of the public (e.g. workplaces, employees, and employers),
• Risks of harm identified through extensive research and consultations that the practice of HR may pose to the public,
• How HRPA, its members and students, and the public can work together in partnership to prevent and mitigate the risks of harms identified, and
• Examples of early responses HRPA is taking to address potential high-risk areas of HR practice to better equip members and students in preventing and mitigating risks.