Human Resource Management - Career Queries

Human Resource Management is the study and practice of management of human resources and effective utilization of them by implementing right policies, and also taking care of the employees. Human Resource (HR) Managers are involved with recruitment, training, career development, compensation and benefits, employee relations, industrial relations, employment law, compliance, disciplinary and grievance issues, redundancies etc.

There are certain myths about HR managers that they have to keep sitting in front of computer all the day, they are good for nothing fellows, the degree in HR does not matter much,................But it is not so because HR managers have a very prominent role to play in an organization, like that of recruitment, sorting out issues related to underpay or overpay, leaves etc., Manpower - how much required and how many are overpaid etc. They need to work for the all-round development of fellow colleagues as well as the organization itself, thuis without any hassle you may go for taking admission

3 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Human Resource Management category

Hello friend, The B.Com and BBA has its own merits. Let me tell you about BBA and b.Com, then you will have an idea, which field to pursue. Most of the [students get into commerce stream][1] with no understanding of what it involves. However, if management is ultimate goal, though both BBA and B.Com will lead to MBA, but one needs to give it a serious thought as to what subjects to graduate in even if the ultimate goal is MBA. It is true that both BBA and B.Com lead to MBA, however, while the B.Com can lead to a wide array of post graduate specializations, a BBA degree on the other hand, can

3 answers Adiba Shahab in Human Resource Management category

Hello Thanks for visiting us at Careeer Guide.com!!! Computer science is a well established field and I am so glad you choose this branch of engineering. You can definitely study either ME/ MTech or MBA after studing BE. Computer science engineering. Doing an MBA or ME depends on your interest in business or a technical subject like computer science. Lots of students choose MBA as the default option and I request you to carefully think and consider why you want to study an MBA. Never study a degree because everybody on the Earth is flocking to the MBA degree.   All you need now to do is s

2 answers Adiba Shahab in Human Resource Management category

first you have a post graduate in hrm and after that u join any big companies after few years you can be a profeesior in the college

3 answers Adiba Shahab in Human Resource Management category

Human Resource Manager is responsible  for looking after the entire spectrum of HR activities including manpower planning, recruitment , training & development, & payroll administration . He has to collect manpower requisition for all departments of an organization, advertising about jobs in various job portals keeping in mind the eligibility criteria & job responsibilities , selecting recruitment consultants for best hiring practices , identifying the training needs within organization & hiring trainers for taking care of technical & behavioral training needs. He is a

3 answers Preeti Taneja in Human Resource Management category

Hi, I am so glad to advice you on your question. Know what? I am a researcher and one of my research areas is about ON-RAMPING WOMEN CAREERS SUCCESSFULLY - meaning taking a smooth transition into career after a career break. First of all, salute to your thoughts on deciding to make a come back to your career. I always appreciate women willing to work and not intending to step back, glad you are one of them. Actually there are many ways to give that spark on your dull CV. There is one strategy that will keep you on foot even when you are out of work and it is the NGO/ charity work. Not man

2 answers Sumit Basu in Human Resource Management category

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1 answer Preeti Taneja in Human Resource Management category

Hello Aksshat,   Interesting question, Every organisation you see has the opportunity for an HR. But please note getting an HR generalist profile would need a minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in the field itself.   Initially a fresher joins the HR team as a recruiter, whereby his role would be to search for the right candidate for the position. So he would formulate the job description and post it on various job portals like naukri, monster etc. He would then shortlist the candidates, and may be conduct the first round of interview which is telephonic. The next level, is a part

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Human Resource Management category
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1 answer Halima Sadiya in Human Resource Management category

Hi Sneha You can pursue PhD further if you wish to get into fellowship or lecturership in the top B schools, to pursue management research or to publish your paper in the journals of top b schools in the world.However if you want to join corporate phD isnt necessary . To pursue phD you should primarily take up one out of HR and finance that you think you are good at. The eligibility will be at least a 55% in MBA. You can take up  Fellowship in any of the top Bschools Like the IIMs, TISS , IITs which will be equivalent to PhD through NET.

1 answer Soumita Sen in Human Resource Management category
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2 answers Aditya Sisodia in Human Resource Management category
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Hello Debipriya,  What else do you wish to pursue?.  It is the ultimate course. What apart from an MBA would you like to pursue now?. Anyways only suggestion I can give at the moment is work and gain experience. Once you gain an experience and feel that you wish an advancement then according to the need of the position opt for a course. Right now I can think of:  Psychology / Counseling Training and development Personality development Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Human Resource Management category
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Hai.. If you are not interested in engineering, you can look for courses like BSc physics/ chemistry/maths or any other related streams like biotechnology, biochemistry,Cosmology etc. You can get the details regarding courses in basic science fields by visiting websites of the good institutes like Christ university, Lovely Professional University, Delhi university etc.  

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