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HR 100%  PRACTICAL TRAINING

HR 100% PRACTICAL TRAINING

Are you contemplating a career in HR but not sure what it's all about? Are you currently working in HR but curious about other areas of expertise?
Are you a manager or business owner wanting some tips on people management by leveraging the key concepts in HR? Then this course is for you!

Human Resources (HR) is vital to the success of every business and every employee. HR is responsible for ensuring compliance with regulations – but they are also responsible for keeping employees engaged and motivated to do good work. The ability to balance both equally is a skill that requires knowledge and practice.

Yet many start-ups, small businesses and 'accidental' HR managers (administrative assistants or office managers who find themselves doing HR as part of their duties) focus on compliance. While corporate policies and labor practices are important, they don’t drive the success of your business.

If you are a small business owner who wants a deeper understanding of HR, someone looking for a job in HR, or an administrative professional whose duties include HR, this course is for you. It provides a general introduction to the role and duties of HR, with a little insight into taking your HR responsibilities to the next level.

Some of the major reasons why people choose a career in HR is the opportunity to influence innumerable aspects of the organization, to assist in the development of its employees, and to play a part in influencing strategic business decisions. A business is only as good as its employees, and an organization’s employees are only as good as their HR team.

At one end of the scale are HR Assistants and at the other sites the HR Director, with a number of varying roles in between. Here are a few examples of jobs from across the HR spectrum:

    HR Assistant or HR Administrator - an entry-level position acting as the first point of contact for all HR-related queries and handling all personnel-related paperwork and documentation, such as employment contracts
  • HR Officer -
  • responsibilities include recruitment, payroll, training, induction, sickness and absence tracking, disciplinary and grievance procedures, redundancy settlements, equal opportunities and establishing staff support systems.
  • Recruitment Coordinator - arranging the advertisement of new vacancies, analyzing applications and shortlisting candidates, arranging job interviews, and managing any testing procedures involved in the recruitment process.
  • Training Officer - identifies the training requirements among employees within the organization and designs and implements appropriate training programs for individuals or groups.
  • HR Manager - a strategic role involving a range of policies, processes, and practices relating to the overall business needs of the organization. Involved with overseeing others in the HR team and the delivery of their responsibilities in addition to employee welfare, salary reviews, and employment law.
  • HR Director - managing and controlling departmental expenditure within agreed budgets as well as maintaining awareness of contemporary HR development theory and methods and provide suitable implementation within the organization.

Normally the HR team will be office based, working a regular 40 hour week, although during the key graduate recruitment intake or during a time of internal redundancies, there may often be periods of extended hours.

So back to the original question of why you might want to work in HR, the motivation is generally one of the people. Many roles ask for candidates who are 'good with people' but there is no function where this is more important than in HR. You need to genuinely care about the well-being and development of your employers' employees, which often results in close working relationships with people from across the business.

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Employee training at the place of work while he or she is doing the actual job. Usually a professional trainer (or sometimes an experienced employee) serves as the course instructor using hands-on training often supported by formal classroom training.
Successful on the job training (OJT) for students. On the job training is an opportunity to take a glimpse into the world of business. If you've been in school for years, this first glimpse can show you how a business is run, what workers are like and how they are perceived by their peers. />
If you are skilled and a result oriented profession, then salary is no bar for you.
The average salary is 1.8 LPA to 3.6 LPA and it can go high as well
No need to worry, you can join us as this is not institutional training this is On job training means like a regular employee, you need to come office 10:00Am to 6:00 PM and would be learning everything like a professional, after your internship, you will have the chance to join either any company or Recruitment consultancy, so surely you will have a job in your hand. Note Graduation is not compulsory
No Need to worry, you can join the Communication skills course as well to enhance your skill.
You can be a successful HR professional without an MBA degree. But in the long run MBA degree will be helpful if you want to take up managerial role. Most of the companies prefer employees with a management degree for senior roles but during your job, you can go for the desired degree through distance learning.

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