Sunday, 28 June 2015

skills and competencies need for a career in human resource

What skills and competencies do you need for a career in HR?
  The HR Profession Map clearly sets out the activity, behaviours and knowledge required at different  stages of seniority. It is based on research with employers from all over the world and is freely available  on the CIPD website.
What kind of person do you need to be to get ahead in HR?
·         Decisive thinker
·         Skilled influencer
·         Personally credible
·         Collaborative
·         Driven to deliver
·         Courage to challenge
·         Role model
·         Curious
What areas of work will you master in a graduate career in HR?
·         Service delivery and information
·         Organisation development
·         Resourcing and talent planning
·         Learning and development
·         Performance and reward
·         Employee engagement
·         Employee relations

Create your own personalized HR career record
                      You can create your own personalised HR Profession Map to keep track of your career progression. The ‘My HR Map’ career development tool allows HR professionals to record their skills and strengths, and offers a feedback report setting out advice on how to develop. The assessment matches the individual’s professional experience to four bands of competence within the different areas of work and approaches to working
How do I get a graduate job in HR and recruitment?
Everything you need to know about graduate jobs in human resources and recruitment (HR). Whether you want to know what salaries in this career are like or what areas you could work in, you can find answers to key questions here.
A career in human resources is all about ensuring that an organisation has the best possible people to work for it and that their rights are protected and their benefits are effectively administered. 

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