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Yes age matters' if you are working employees elder then you and you have to work with them, but you can tackle the situation by showing the maturity and giving respect to such employees you can also take benifit of their experience also although congatulation to you.
J.S.Negi

Helo My Dear,
Age never matters. It is very important as to how you projected yourself in that organisation from Day One !
If you are professional, competent and confident guy, nothing can stop you from functioning effectively, whether you are 22 or 102.
Remember, those who come out IAS, IPS, IFS and in many other administrative exams are young lads like you. Imagine thier responsibility and the kind of workforce and public they need to face and with what pressure they function.
At the end of the day, either you are not fit that position or the company is not fit for you.
My advise to you is that, you take this job as a challenge and face the odds boldly and you will learn lot out of it. There is no scarce for jobs in job market.
Follow good human relation principles and interact with your superiors and colleagues tactfully. Never allow your morale to come down at any cost. Be very positive. Everything will be fine.
God Bless you,
Very Best Wishes,
Muralidhar Mysore

Hi Sharma,
very very congratulation to you for being a respectfully responsibility as a HR Manager, It's very energetic to seen your matuarity in this age, i think your main focus should be on your task rather than age, in fact age is a matter for a position which u dealing, that is very responsible position, u have to taking care very care fully, just encourage yourself to become more mature & concentrate your work,
I hope once "INSHALLAH" u will be able to create your atmosphere.
wish u all the best in your feature endeavors.
with lots of regds,
Shahjahan

Hi J sharma Can i know one thing to you that how much time u spend with ur superiors and subordinates and how? This is very important to know Ruchika
Hi friend Age not exactly matter. Generally its observed that it sud be between 24 to 56 or 58 depending on campany Regards Yogesh A
Hi
You are lucky that at the age of 22 u r HR Manager. Lowest age in todays situation is better prosperity.In MNC ,ABROAD JOB MAXIMUM CO. ARE PUTTING MAXIMUN AGE LIMIT OF 45 YEARS. You r lucky & will have better prospects.
ANAND

Hi
Now you r geting wonderful opprtunity . Use this opprtunity on level of best . Age is Does't Matter to working and also u will collect data regards HR Manager Duties and resp.
With regards
Sasi

You are absolutely right, age doesn't matter in corporate world.....!
The corporate world takes into consideration only the rules, regulation and who has the rights to order and who has to follow that order. It do not see your age. It counts your experience and your talent.
I think you should show your strict personality. "One should not create relation between in corporate world." Because the relation do not allow someone to be strict about something.
They all are behaving like this because they thinks that you are not that much knowledgeable as much they are! So in the first step try to learn all the things which they knows about and you dont.

hi sharma congrats buddy at this age u've achieved dat post.u asked that does age matter in HR?what do u think .i think that u have answer in ur question itself.at this age of 22 wen u became a HR MANAGER u urself proved that theres no age for HR thats it.If u ask me sharma i just wanna tell u that u always think positive and be optimistic. Take everythin positively. Then everythin goes on well with u n other ppl in the company.

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