Human Resource Management
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Human Resource Management : Job Prospects & Career Options

  
  
  
  
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Human resource/ personal management graduates have a lot of potential as every industry/ organisation need these professional for maintaining their labour force. Starting from merely collecting employee details to maintaining the human resource information (HRI) systems, HR managers job has now extended to that of a recruiter manager, compensation manager, employer relation manager, strategic manager and much more. They are placed by industries in HR departments, HR planning/ recruitment, HR auditing etc and are involved in all aspects of people management to improve the morale of the employees.

Graduates in Human Resource management may be recruited by companies through campus interview. They will be trained by HR Managers in the HR department and are redeployed in different locations. HR managers can seek employment in corporate houses, multinational companies, banking and financial institutions and public and private sector industries.

HR is a profession that can be learned on the field by interacting with people. One can excel in the field only with experience. So after graduation rather than looking for the perfect opportunity, try get into an organisation and learn the ropes on the job. Initially salary shouldn't be your main criteria. One can climb the ladder of HR after gaining experience and exposure.

Some of the major duties performed by the human resource managers are recruitment, training and development, job appraisal, promotion, keeping an eye on the idleness of employees, maintaining good employer and employee relations, maintaining all personal records and implement career development programmes.

   Recruitment: Recruitment is the major function of an HR of the company, as he has to find the apt person matching for their organization’s profile. HR has to screen and shortlist the qualified candidates from various sources such as recruitment agencies, advertisements published etc.
   Training and Induction: It is the job of an HR to introduce the new employee to the organization and vise versa, giving him the education and training about the company’s policies.
   Personal management and development: The HR should understand an employee and his skills for the job and help him to develop those skills. For that he should be capable of evaluate the employees individually.
   Job appraisal: It is the duty of the HR to evaluate the performance of the employee as part of their career development. Usually the salary increment, promotion etc are decided on the basis of this appraisal. It will also help to understand the training that the employee further needs for improvement in his field.
   Payroll: The HR should maintain the financial records of salaries and its related such as basic wages, deductions etc. They also take care of employee benefits and its records.











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