I recently read an article describing meeting planners who had no qualms about claiming to have earned a CMP (Certified Meeting Professional) designation when in fact they had not, or who had earned it a long time ago and never gotten recertified. They justified their actions by claiming variously that the dues are too high for the CMP designation and recertification, that their superiors and organizations as a whole were ignorant anyway about the significance of the certification, and that ...

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