Hii... I would like to know that what is the difference between HR and Admin.

I have an 3 yeras of Exp. 2 yrs in HR Liasoining (not core HR)

and 1 yrs of exp. in Admin

my concern is that in my current company HR works is to -:




Organization Development



Policy Recommendation

Salary and Benefits

Employee Relations

Admin -:

word processing;

audio and copy typing;

letter writing;

dealing with telephone and email inquiries;

creating and maintaining filing systems;

scheduling and attending meetings, creating agendas and taking minutes - shorthand may be required;

keeping diaries and arranging appointments;

making itinerary & travel plan

Hotel Bookings

Making presentations & Daily mail correspondence.

As far as im concerned that HR and Admin are inter linked but in my current company there is nothing like that.

I want to learn some HR practices like Recruitment & Selection, Payroll, Salary, Induction, Training & Development, compliance.

but whever i go for an interview i couldn't able to make it due to not having exp. in HR.

Please suggest me what should i do.

Do i go for some HR short term courses ...

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HR functions include apart from the list of functions, performance management, compensation and benefits management, employee engagement statutory complaisance, industrial relations, disciplinary management and retiral benefits. etc.In small organisations, the HR functions are limited to few essentials and so they often combine HR & administrative functions .But in organisations, they will be looked after by separate departments.
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