The HRD nurtures the work force to make sure that the best staff never leaves the organisation. Human Resource is increasingly making an appearance in the balance sheets of companies. In fact HR is now termed as human capital so much so that in finding the true value of a company, the value of human capital is crucial. In the past a personnel manager handled everything from recruiting, selecting, inducting, training, compensating, maintaining and helping people retire in a company. But today a need has been found to develop a fully functional HRD department that would cater to better employer –employee relationship, strategies to increase employee productivity and take care of various employee requirements. It require area of work should be
Not just recruiting anybody but actually headhunting for the best talent to work for the company
also motivating and guiding the right people to join the company
Industries in both the public and private sector-in the companies run by the government and private management
Hotels, travel and tourism firms, financial services organisations and other service sector organisations.
HRD consulting organisations and recruiting consultants
Management consultant organisations
Non-governmental organisations (NGO)
The career is through a MBA or an equivalent PGDM/PGDBM with a specialisation in HRD. M.A in Personnel Management/MBA with specialisation in Personnel Management or Personnel Management & Industrial Relations Post graduate diploma in HRD and M.A in HRD and Post graduate diploma in Personnel Management & Industrial Relations and Master of Human Resources Development or any other related course Upgrading your HR skills on a continuous basis with the happenings and trends in the industry is required to sustain in this filed. This is a must as the interest and aspirations of people change with the socio-economic situations. It also required
Ability to take on high pressures
Good communication skills and listening abilities
High leadership abilities
Willingness to take initiatives and an enterprising nature
Good organizing ability
A Human Resources (HR) Manager earns an average salary of Rs 609,585 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years' experience in this career. The highest paying skills associated with this job are Organizational Development, Training Management, Performance Management, Generalist Duties, and Benefits & Compensation. Pay for this job rises steadily for more experienced workers, but goes down noticeably for employees with more than 20 years' experience.