Diksha Gupta

I have heard that most of the Human Resource Managers are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

Add all the details please

by Diksha Gupta
1 answer
| Share :

1 answer

RE: I have heard that most of the Human Resource Managers are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
Verified Career Expert
Author: Sky Beyond the Clouds
  • Kangra

The Human Resource Managers are not restricted to the cubicles and their desks. There are variety of things you can do as a Human Resource Manager:

  • You get a lot of time to spend with a number of people during your typical day. Although most of the work requires working on the spreadsheets and creating reports but then the job also involves a lot of human interaction.
  • As a Human Resource Manager you have frequent travel opportunities and therefore can explore the new places during the course of your work.
  • A lot of times, you will have to design the training and development strategies. This requires them to work with different set of people and therefore is often fun.
  • They have to organize a number of fun activities in the office and that obviously makes the job interesting.
  • They are supposed to manage a number of people in the office and therefore they have to run around the place all the time. It is not a job that requires you to keep sitting there at your desk.

In order to post replies to the question: "I have heard that most of the Human Resource Managers are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?"

Post Reply

Latest ANSWERS

What if I am interested in science but the Stream Selector Test shows I am best at commerce?How do I interpret and analyze stream selector report for myself?

Hello Priya  Excellent question asked.  Please note the stream selector test or the Aptitude test is a test that judges you on your innate p .. read more

Bonjour sir/madam.Myself riddhi ,i am in the first year doing graduation in french..bt i am pretty confused weather to take it as a career or not.I like intellectual talks,communicationskills,psychology,creative,bold,different outlook of life.help.Riddhi

Hello Riddhi,  Before I answer your querry, would like to know 2 things from you. 1. If you are not sure of a career with French as a subject why .. read more

sr.bsc(hons) ki entrance exam preparation ke liye konsi books acchi rahengi (in subjects ke sath english,maths,physics,chemistry.)

Hello Udit,  Good question and good to see your eagerness in preparing for the entrance exam. Please note, pay attention to your 11th and 12th sy .. read more

I am persuing in BE 6th sem nd next sem companies will come to my colleage but my communication or i can say my english so poor so please help me how to improve my communication skill as well as english?

Hello Anisha,  Good that you have planned to work on your communication skills. At this juncture asking you to join english speaking classes will .. read more
Most Popular

What are the books that every Mechanical Engineer must read?

Probably it would be difficult to prepare down a complete and comprehensive list of books to follow by every mechanical engineer,as the different spec .. read more

What to do after finishing Diploma in EEE.

Dear V Aravindan,  The EEE branches of engineering both at Diploma and Undergraduate (B.E./B.Tech.) level offers unlimited career opportunities i .. read more

I want to be a career guide. What should I study for become a career counselor

Hi Uttam, Thank you for writing and sharing your concerns. to become a career counselor first you need to identify your target audience who do you wan .. read more

Sir I have my options between SRM NCR campus and Lovely Professional University(LPU) ! so which one I should go for?

Dear Student, I would recommend Lovely Professional university for pursuing your further studied. If you check their accreditation, industrial tie ups .. read more