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Image building of HR department.... the topic is very sensible and here what we are sharing is the current scenario...

But loking further what we can do to make and sense an organisation,management and employees to feel real HR image is an vital action.

Not only in NCR or for that matter any part of India,Culture of an organisation is very important which directly affects the image of HR department.

There are companies where HR is being treated as a Strategic Partner rather than only a service provider. And this is happening because they are having employee freindly policies which are actully made for people,not against people and it is possible only when there is a Strategic HR than only HR.Ultimately image is made by employees as a result of delivery of services by HR (majorly guided by management :-) ).

When employees feel transperency in the processes and the importance of there being in the organisation, at the same moment they feels that here we do have the right management and a real HR. But now a days when management feels that Training employees is a cost and not an investment,there in a long run the same will be affecting image of the Culture of the same organisation,and not only an image of HR.

Its a top down approach when it comes to HR,which should be bottom up because as you all said we are dealing with human beings not machines.We will be able to change the image of HR when we will see an equal importance, treatment and freedom to work for alll the departments in an organisation .

Though there a long way to go to change this image but we as an HR professionals only have to think and stand up to lead the way towards the right and desired direction. Because unless HR wont speak,it will be treated the same its being treated so far.

Now its time of SHRM,not only HRM.

Thanks & Regards.

Just to share with you all in HR and for those who are wanting to get and be in HR, please see the attachment. Thanks.
From India, Hyderabad

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Dear Members,

HR is the core of any organization, because it deals with the people of different department. HR department has a lot of importance in making the organization competitive with the global world. it is the wrong conception of the person that HR is only concerned with recruitment & selection, or it is a job for idle people. the people having the capability to handle the issues related to people are only able to manage the HR department. in an organization also, different departments are having negative view for HR department,they are thinking that, it is just to do the work by sitting only, not any planning or coordination is required. they are habituated to blame the HR department for any misconduct by employees or management. For example: if an employee is not performing well after attending a training program, the Head of the department blames to the HRD that he has not planned or implemented the training program properly. but instead of blaming HR department, he has to find out the reason that "when others are having benefited by the training program, then why some are not, that must be due to their own behavior, attitude.". the organization should not emphasize only one department for the growth of the organization, because holistic development can be possible if & only if all the departments are developed according to the need of the company & that of the employees.. one department can easily understand owns problem in a better way than the other department, if the department will convey the problem to HR department & helps them to find solution, then only the solution will be more effective & fruitful. So the other departments have to cope up with the Hr department to get a solution for a problem, so that it will result in the great image of the company by the co ordination. Because unity is always a strength for a company.


Ayushmi Arya

From India, Mumbai

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