Following an evaluation exercise carried out with its members during the summer, coupled with feedback it received from a number of bodies, the FHRD believes that the time is now ripe for the introduction of such a warrant.
The constant development in HR practices, and the need to regularise and standardise the profession, has led to FHRD seeing the introduction of an HR warrant in Malta as the natural step forward in the development of the HR profession in Malta. A warrant should lead to tangible benefits for both businesses recruiting and managing their workers, and also employees themselves with the aim of creating a better working environment.
The Foundation now looks forward to work in partnership with its corporate and individual members, the professional conglomerate of HR practitioners and service providers, and other key local players in the field of human resources management and development in order to make the introduction of an HR warrant as seamless as possible.
For more information about the warranting process and FHRD membership email: email@example.com or call 21313550