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Good Evening Sir,
I have done my mba through correspondance. Just 1 month back i joined in factory level executive for 200 employees. Now I want to learn complete core HR. So how can i go? which books has helpfull to me? please give full details to get grip in full subject of core hr.
Please send u advise
Thanking you
yours
sreehari

Hi Sreehari,

There is nothing like core HR.

Please be informed that HR has different functions and its not possible to learn everything at once. Exactly why all the good positions in HR requests atleast 2 years of experience.

Also be informed that HR is a daily learning process, you will come across issues that are unique each and every day.

Anyways if what you are looking at is a Generalist profile its a gradual process:

The role includes

Recruitment Management
Workforce Planning
Induction Management
Training Management
Performance Management
Compensation & Benefits
Attendance Management
Leave Management
Benefits Management
Overtime Management
Pay slip Distribution
Time sheet Management
Employee Information/ Skill Management
Grievance Redressal
Employee Survey
Exit Interviews & Process
Health & Safety

Though nowadays in major companies the roles have been revised in the following manner:

a) General
b) Recruitment
c) Training

Also please have a look at the attached document for more details.

Regards,

AJ


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Dear Sir The Material given by you is very useful for many people those who are using this site , please keep on going with sharing the knowledge Regards D.Arokiadoss
There is nothing like core hr,.,, so dont think that ur in some pond and want to go deep into HR u will drown,,, little little u will learn ..
There is nothing like core hr,.,, so don’t think that your in some pond and want to go deep into HR u will drown,,, little you will learn ..
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