V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
Tselvarathinam
Asst Manager - Learning & Development

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Hi I am currently working as Training Manager. I would like to move to Human Resource later and make my career in HR. Can anyone suggest me good books to learn on General HR operations !
From India, undefined
Hi T Selvaratnam,
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V.Raghunathan

From India
Human Resource, HR itself is a very vast subject. Hundreds and hundreds books, articles are available in internet in e-form. Go from basics such as the evolution, , growth of Human Resource from the Industrial Revolution of Britain from the World War I onwards. Once you know the fundamentals, basics etc. then you can understand the changes that are taking place in the past two decades, after the IT revolution. Search in CiteHR and generally in internet. Look for with Indian authors so that you will know more about the development and growth of HR with specific focus on India.
Best wishes

From India
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