Diksha Gupta

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

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

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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.

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