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Statutory Objects​​

​The Registered Human Resources Professionals Act, 2013​​ sets out the objects of the Association. The objects established by the legislation under section 4 of the Act are:

  1. To promote and protect the public interest by governing and regulating the practice of members of the Association and firms in accordance with this Act and the by-laws, including,

    1. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of qualification,

    2. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of practice,

    3. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of professional ethics,

    4. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of knowledg​e, skill and proficiency,

    5. Regulating the practice, competence and professional conduct of members of the Association and firms;

  2. To promote and increase the knowledge, skill and proficiency of members of the Association, firms and students;

  3. To promote and protect the welfare and interests of the Association and of the human resources profession;

  4. To promote inter-professional collaboration with other professional bodies;

  5. To address any other matter that relates to the regulation of its members that the Board considers appropriate. 

The core purpose of HRPA is to ensure that HR professionals registered by HRPA are competent and act in an ethical manner.​

​The Registered Human Resources Professionals Act, 2013​​ sets out the objects of the Association. The objects established by the legislation under section 4 of the Act are:

  1. To promote and protect the public interest by governing and regulating the practice of members of the Association and firms in accordance with this Act and the by-laws, including,

    1. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of qualification,

    2. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of practice,

    3. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of professional ethics,

    4. Establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of knowledg​e, skill and proficiency,

    5. Regulating the practice, competence and professional conduct of members of the Association and firms;

  2. To promote and increase the knowledge, skill and proficiency of members of the Association, firms and students;

  3. To promote and protect the welfare and interests of the Association and of the human resources profession;

  4. To promote inter-professional collaboration with other professional bodies;

  5. To address any other matter that relates to the regulation of its members that the Board considers appropriate. 

The core purpose of HRPA is to ensure that HR professionals registered by HRPA are competent and act in an ethical manner.​

Core Purpose
​​​The core purpose of HRPA is to ensure that HR professionals registered by HRPA are competent and act in an ethical manner.​
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