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Kick start your HR career with these courses

Do you aspire to get into the human resources field? Here’s hoping that you are a good conversationalist and are great at networking. These are two must-have traits for an HR person. DOn’t worry of you don’t have these skills. You can learn a lot by taking a focused course. 

Look for e-learning courses on the topics listed below to pick up all the basic skills that are expected from an HR professional. 

  1. Introduction to modern Human Resource management
  2. Introduction to time management
  3. Fundamentals of human resources
  4. Human resources: Recruitments and selection
  5. Preparing to manage human resources

Apart from your usual degree, these courses will help you understand the subject in depth. Doing these courses will help you gain knowledge and land a lucrative job easily. E-learning is preferred as it is affordable, informative, flexible, and students can study from the comfort of his (or her) place. You can also visit the GMAC website and look around to see what all resources there are of help to you. 

How to land your dream HR job?

In this age of cut-throat competition, good grades and exceptional academic history from a college or famous schools are not enough to land good jobs. Companies and employers are looking for candidates with skills and practical knowledge. Moreover, students are aspiring for international careers these days.

Be it seeking jobs in one’s nation or looking for international careers, skills, and experience are the main criteria. Make sure to utilize the internet, websites, and applications, and learn as much as you can in the free time to land in the dream job.

Thousands of young students aspire to make it big in the HR industry. Dreams can turn into reality only with hard work, patience, and effort. Proper career planning, learning more, and skill enhancement are necessary to survive in this competitive world. Use e-learning websites and applications to learn more and improve your skill sets.

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Want a career in HR, know these things (Kick start your HR career with these courses)

Human Resources is the community that listens to all kinds of grievances that arise in any workplace. There are seven primary functions of human resources, which are:

  • Strategic Management: It is a management technique that focuses on the future of the company. Keeping the organization’s long term plan in view, it is essential to plan out long-term strategies. These long term strategies are covered under Strategic Management. 
  • Planning of Workforce and Employment (Selection and Recruitment): Yet another prospect that adds to the future benefits of the company. Also responsible for the selection and recruitment of employees within the organization. 
  • Human Resource Development (training and development): The HR body is also responsible for keeping the employees lively at their workspace. It is their duty to ensure maximum work effort from their side, eventually beneficial for the organization. Employee training and skill development is the responsibility of HR. 
  • Rewards (Compensations and Benefits): The overall compensation covered and much more in terms of regular pay, bonuses, and other compensation-related policies for all employees falls under the purview of HR. 
  • Formation of Policy: It is under the HR guidance that policy is formulated. The HR Team is expected to develop policies that do not violate any laws, and make sure all sentiments are respected. 
  • Employee and Labour Relations: It is the HR’s responsibility to make sure that no issues arise between the employees, which might affect the overall work. 
  • Managing Risks: The responsibility of handling any threat to the organization’s capital or earnings is of the HR Team.

After taking a look at Human Resources, let’s move on to career counselling and understand what a career is. Career is the occupation you take up for a good period of your life with areas of improvement and development. It often comprises of the job done, the titles received, and work goals accomplished over time. Some dream of a career and call it successful only when they can be happy about their work. Success is relative but is a genuine concept. Career Counseling is a form of guidance that can help you understand all such aspects about a career. 

Career counselor are responsible for guiding students on their career path. Counselors introduce students to an array of suitable career options.  

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Top 10 skills in demand in 2017

Skills that will help you stay relevant in the job market

It’s a fact that no one is indispensable. Enterprises and individuals will always find a way to survive and thrive if your services are no longer available. Here’s a list of top 10 skills that can help you stay relevant in job market.

1. User Interface (UI) design

1. User Interface (UI) design

JOBS AVAILABLE: User experience designer, user interface designer, user interface designer (computer software applications), creative director
MEDIAN ANNUAL SALARY RANGE: Rs 5-10 Lakh

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8 job skills you should have!

While there will always be job-specific skills that an employer is looking for, most employers will also want you to have some general skills. These general job skills are sometimes called “employability skills”.

Having employability skills can help you get a job. They can also help you stay in a job and work your way to the top. If you score a job interview, chances are you’ll be asked questions about your job-specific skills and your employability skills.

Generally speaking, there are eight skills that employers want you to have, no matter what industry you’re working in.

1. Communication

Depending on the job, communication is about being a good talker or a good writer. It involves being confident about speaking to people (face-to-face or over the phone). It also involves writing well enough to be understood in emails and memos. Continue Reading “8 job skills you should have!”

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8 Skills For Learning And Development Professionals To Future Proof Your Career

8 Skills For Learning And Development Professionals To Future Proof Your Career

From the rise of AI, the gig economy, and continued digital disruption, today’s rapid transformation brings to mind the words of Jack Welch, who warned: “If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” Continue Reading “8 Skills For Learning And Development Professionals To Future Proof Your Career”

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6 Reasons Why You Should Combine Classroom Training With Online Training Programs

6 Reasons Why You Should Combine Classroom Training With Online Training Programs

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Classroom training continues to remain the most popular training technique in the learning space. However, is there anything that can be done to improve classroom training to suit the ever-changing training needs of an organization and rollout holistic training? Is there a way to deliver the key learnings from a classroom training program as just-in-time training to employees? Certainly! And the answer lies in technology-enabled learning, because of which many organizations are making a conscious decision to combine classroom training programs with online learning.Recently, one of our clients wanted a software training program rolled out to its employees. After the mandatory online training program that covered the basics of the software, learners had the choice to attend either Instructor-Led Training (ILT) programs or take the online route. That is proof enough of how much our clients value the importance of online training programs. Here’s why it’s a good idea to complement classroom training with online training programs. Continue Reading “6 Reasons Why You Should Combine Classroom Training With Online Training Programs”
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Zen and the Art of Acing the Job Interview

Job interviews are stressful. There is no getting around this. No matter how accomplished you are, how experienced, how qualified, interviews are high-stakes affairs, and a wicked case of nerves is to be expected.

Can meditation help? It can, provided you still perform the rest of your due diligence. You still need relevant skills and experience. Continue Reading “Zen and the Art of Acing the Job Interview”

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Effective Story Telling

Your story—and more importantly, how you tell it—is one of your most important assets when it comes to competitive differentiation in the hiring landscape. Your story is comprised of those things that make you unique, and if you can contextualize these items effectively, your story becomes your greatest strength.

Consider this scenario: You’re in an interview with a hiring manager, for a data role at mid-sized company in the healthcare space. The hiring manager asks you to share something special about yourself, something “not related to work.” Continue Reading “Effective Story Telling”

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Workplace training – 5 things to look for

Organizations and business professionals are becoming more and more aware that everyone has unconscious bias. But having an unconscious bias doesn’t make us bad—it just makes us human. Unconscious biases can have a significant negative impact on workplaces, leading to differences in who gets hired and recruited, who gets offered new opportunities, and whose voice is listened to in meetings and beyond.
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