Human Resources
Leadership Program 
HRLP is a two-year rotational development program to build skills and leadership in human resources and empower you to act as a change agent for the future. Program members work beyond borders of hierarchy to nuture the culture and growth of our talent. Your assignments will span mentoring, coaching, talent recruitment and development, organization and employee support,  learning, compensation and benefits, HR operations, and labor relations. 

What to expect

HRLP consists of three 8-month rotations in actual open HR roles, facing real business challenges. That being said, no two rotations will be the same. Every HRLP’s experience in unique. The program tailors rotations to best fit your interests and your growth journey.

Popular rotations include:
  • HR Client Support
  • Employee Relations
  • Total Rewards
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Organizational Design
  • ​​​​​​​Talent Management
HRLP is a community of partners, resources and friends.

Program participants are able to build a network of support throughout their time on program.

This network is comprised of advocates, mentors, peers and form the foundation for lasting relationships.

​​​​​​​Would you believe we have close to 1000 HRLP alumni from over the past 66 years?
HRLP is viewed as a development accelerator due to the challenging assignments, robust trainings, and strong network that you build while on program.

The cornerstones of your experience will be the global, week-long seminars. During the two in-person and one virtual seminars, you will work with your HRLP peers from around the world, in partnership with senior HR and business leaders.

​​​​​​​Seminars focus on formal learning, business simulations, community service, external speakers and networking. 
In addition, you'll gain exposure to projects and invidividual coaching.

What Our Participants Are Saying

“Growth is being felt across all our programs and you can really see the investment and emphasis from the business on early career talent. There have been more efforts for interconnectivity between the programs and all of us are feeling this directly.”

Cynthia F.