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Dear All,
I have a bout 3 years of experience in HR, In which I have came across Jr-Middle and now in HR policy making. Where as, today in the morning drive to office I felt it is the same as boring Recruitment, Induction, PMS, ER, T&D the same forms and templates...................:confused:
do you think like the same as is it boring?
Regards,
Shiv
12th June 2009 From India, Bangalore

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We do a lot of transactional job which is actually boring. While things become interesting when we see our idea is taken up or any practice is implemented. Regards Sarit :icon6:
12th June 2009 From India, Thana
100% agree i m having 6 yrs of experience and now im planning to change my field but which field to opt no idea??? sharmila yadav manager-hr
12th June 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear All,
I am in learning period. Practicing HR Theories I learned in colleges. For me It is interesting that I am a part of a start up firm. Dont have much of the HR practices. Myself and my Director are implementing new new practices and anayisng the results.
Interesting to me. I am very very junior to all of you. Just started my career in HR.
12th June 2009 From India, Kochi
Hi Shiva,
if you keep doing whatever you have mastered - it will be boring..
But try something innovative... it will be fun.
What I am doing now is - "performace metrics" - really different from the usual ones.
That is- I will take each job, break into 10 different tasks, set the standards for that, create checklists, deviations initimation checklist and dead line :-)
Hmmm they call this KRA/KPI - but mine is even more detailed and gets indepth to the task.
ALways HR is a topic in which you can create so many innovative concepts. Keep thinking.
And if you still feel bugged - just take occassional breaks and go on long drives, with loud music., and a great book to read - else just chose photography.
And get back to work with a whole lot of energy.
12th June 2009 From India, Madras
Dear Soju,
I do agree with you it was same alike when we started the career and it is like the same with every body who come across a 3+ years in the same path.
Where as my question is any new things are practices can we do here in HR?
REgards,
Shiv
12th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
HR is a daily learning process - no body will bore if he/she chooses the way to learn the good things everyday instead of repeated tasks. Regards Pankaj Chandan
12th June 2009 From India, New delhi
I too agree... Initial 3 years of job is interesting... then it becomes bit bore... same old things to do.... only if we have some new challenging activity to do... its a bit fun... or else... zzzzzzzzzzzz
12th June 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear Chandan,
While you particulate into a stream for some years it will be obvious to you. You can't avoid doing repeating tasks.
Where as this post is indented, to innovate or learn the new things than the general practices of HR.
Regards,
Shiv
12th June 2009 From India, Bangalore
dear sharmila,
your select retirement field as change field.
hahaha
dear shiva,
main cause of boring for you is "little learning is dangerous thing" bcoz you have little experience.
Dada:icon6::icon6::icon6::icon6:
12th June 2009 From India, New Delhi

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