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Human Resource Management is a relatively new approach to managing people in any organization, and also it is the process in an organization that focuses on the workforce of an organization. Human Resource management is concerned with attraction, selection, training, assessment, rewarding of employees, problems related to people such as training, employing, workers benefits, compensation, organization development, safety, administration, workers motivation and performance management.

Human Resource Management is a process, which consists of four main activities namely, acquisition, development, motivation, as well as maintenance of human resources. Human Resource Management professionals deals with recruitment of new employees, conducting tests and interviews, managing employees benefits and listen to minor grievances of employees.

Specialty areas of HR Management

1. Retention

2. Motivation

3. Recruitment and Selection

4. Compensation and Benefits

5. Industrial Relations

6. Training and Development

7. Labour Welfare and Social Security, Relations, Legislation



Human Resources Management graduates are employed in all It companies, public and private sector industries, banking and financial institutions and multinational companies.HR management graduates have lot of opportunities in IT companies because all companies require HR administrators in the hiring workers, their training, salary administration. The main role of Human resource managers is to do efficient use and development of available skills and talent of the employees within the organization. Graduates work as HR Generalist, Staffing Director, Technical Recruiter, Compensation Manager, Employee Relations Manager, Placement Manager, Director of HR Training and Development, Organizational development and change consultant.

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