Manuscript Reviewers provide technical feedback to WorldatWork editors on manuscripts submitted for publication consideration, including member periodicals (both print and digital), books and other thought leadership pieces.
Provide written constructive feedback of the submitted work, including reviewing for accuracy, relevance, timeliness and reader takeaways.
Provide clarification on feedback, when requested.
Possibly review multiple versions of an article or publication, as necessary.
Work with WorldatWork’s publications team to provide all required information within established deadlines.
Minimum of one-year membership with WorldatWork desired.
WorldatWork certification/designation preferred.
Extensive knowledge of topic area, with a minimum of two to five years of experience.
Writing and/or editing experience preferred, but not required.
Reviewers should expect to review a minimum of one article per quarter. (Additional opportunities may be available.)
Materials can range from 500-word e-newsletter articles to several thousand-word book manuscripts.
Typical review periods are from one to six weeks, depending on manuscript length, and a rating sheet is provided to assist in the evaluation process.
Attribution in the periodical in which the manuscript is published.
An opportunity to give back to the profession and be part of its evolution.
Develop a relationship with the WorldatWork editors in which you become a go-to expert for ideas and information.
Receive recertification credit in the WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals, if applicable.
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WorldatWork Society Recertification Credits
Keeping your WorldatWork designation(s) current is achieved by earning 12 credits every three years. To keep your WorldatWork credential(s) current, you must accrue a total of 12 recertification credits every 3 years. If you have earned two or more designations, you only need to complete the recertification credits for one to keep them all current. These credits are earned through a variety of professional development activities focusing on compensation, benefits and total rewards.
To help you keep track of recertification credits, after achieving a designation be sure to fill out the Recertification Application Form. This form must be completed showing all recertification credits earned before being recertified. To simplify this process, many of WorldatWork activities that offer recertification credits will be automatically added to your application if you participate.
Credits are earned through a wide variety of activities including:
Take WorldatWork courses to obtain another certification or to equip you with the knowledge needed to implement practical solutions to address today’s complex business challenges.
Earn credits by doing the things you enjoy and that you do every day! Recertification credits can be earned through leadership, job-related work project, teaching/presenting/speaking, or writing (for WorldatWork or other print publications). The exact amount of recertification credits for professional contributions are based on content and length of contribution.