Dear Sir, I am facing several problems regarding HR. Basically, I am a Business Graduate in Marketing but I am working in a Manufacturing Company as an HR. I really don't have any idea how to conduct HR tools and strategies. Moreover, I am interested in HR Strategy since this company does not belong to any strong Corporate Culture. But I believe I can contribute myself to do so.
Do you think I should go through any reference books or anything else to learn Strategy things. And, do you thing my knowledge in marketing will have impacts on it. Please get me some ideas in details if possible.
Md. Golam Habib
From Bangladesh, undefined
Ok, but on what basis were you hired for HR's role? and secondly what was the thought process behind you accepting this offer? with all due respect.
In my suggestion, you don't just need to refer a book but need to go through entire training process for being an effective HR. HR is a very professional role. Even if you read or refer a book, will you be able to do end-to-end recruitment? You need to do an HR audit to find loopholes if any, you need to refer relevant companies act to see to it if all the policies are framed under the legalities of the act.
Once you are successful in hiring candidates, you would have to then set proper SOP and format for rest of the employee lifecycle. You will have to take care of PMS, which method would best suit and how to carry it out. There is so so much you will have to fundamentally work on.
Let us know do you have a professional guidance in your organisation to help you strategize?
From India, Mumbai
What designation your are working now? so i can suggest u...................................................................................
From India, Mumbai
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